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conquering animal sound - Kammerspiel
With Bjork off astral travelling in the outer realms of out-sound, there's been a gap left in the musical landscape. Where do we go now for perfectly crafted female-fronted electronic pop? Sure there's a few options, but few with the glacial, near-ambient bliss of the Icelandic snow-queen, that is until Kammerspiel came along. Despite having a name that would suggest otherwise the band hail from Glasgow (via Edinburgh) and their music seems primed to fit into a warm spot right next to 'Homogenic' and 'Vespertine' on your shelf. Sure the production might these days owe just as much to omnipresent overlords The xx, but there is an overwhelming sense of opera and scope, something the nonchalant chill-wave set would struggle with at best. 'Conquering Animal Sound' is a pop record, but one with just enough smarts to get even the most po-faced experimental music obsessive to take notice, you'll certainly be missing out if you don't.