Fanfic | Maneuvering Around Awkwardness

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Maneuvering Around Awkwardness

by Fanfic

The debut album by the San Antonio-based electropop group Fanfic is dance music for inebriated lovers groping each other in lieu of God.
Genre: Electronic: Synthpop
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1. Nights in Berlin
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2. Damaged
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3. Touchmachine
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4. Maneuvering Around Awkwardness
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5. Slaves in Heaven
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6. City of Crosses
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7. Amnesia
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8. Exit
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Album Notes
Listen to us while you watch your one true love hold hands with another, or ride the subway, or long for release in those empty sleepless hours in the dark.

"Fanfic is electro-pop with the soul of the synth era."
-Pop Revenge

"I like what I hear. You should, too. Especially if you're a synthpop/darkwave fan that misses the days of David Bowie's prominence or the pre-Violator version of Depeche Mode."
-Mental Pirate Blog

"Are they good? Oh heck yeah they're good. They're so good in fact, that you'll want to don a trenchcoat and speak with a thick Belgian accent after listening to them."
-The POP! Stereo Blog

"I love how they reference an influence as "Ministry's first album"... brilliant! Fanfic will certainly appeal to true synthpop fans."
-DJ Talbot, Like Sugar Blog

"Fanfic have some interesting new input to add to the world of electro-pop. The listener is transported to a dance-floor in the middle of Berlin, as the warming tones wrap around the room. The duo are skilled musicians who have been able to bridge the Atlantic with lyrics and music meeting in a sonic boom."
-Tim, The Indie Bands Blog


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