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Boomkat Product Review:
It’s hard to believe that ‘The End of Music’ is only the second album from Swedish dream poppers De La Mancha. I guess it makes sense, given that part of the band’s core duo is none other than Dag Rosenqvist, who’s been quite busy under his Jasper TX guise for the last few years. Along with childhood friend Jerker Lund, however, he is responsible for some of the most gorgeous ambient pop music this side of Iceland, and ‘The End of Music’ is the band’s finest document to date. Emerging from the esteemed Karaoke Kalk imprint, this showcases the band’s ability to compose mini-symphonies in each carefully pieced-together track. ‘The End of Music’ isn’t an outwardly electronic album by any means, but repeat listens reveal glimpses of what’s going on under the hood, and the more you listen the more you begin to hear.