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Songs We Love: AMOR, 'Amnesia'

The Glaswegian quartet is one of the greater, and darkly pleasant, recent surprises in dance music, led by experimental musician Richard Youngs.
AMOR. Source: photographeverything.net

Glaswegian quartet AMOR is one of the greater, and darkly pleasant, recent surprises in dance music. Leader (vocals, keyboards) needs little introduction to followers of experimental sound art, with a body of work spanning decades and) to mournfully piercing displays of noise and tape loops () and points in-between both introspective and maximal.

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