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our monster

by smdge.

Flittering, infectiously melodic hushtronica, hued with aching strings, occasional flourishes of jazz brass & plenty of love-lourn piano. Features guest vocals from 'The Go Find', 'I Might Be Wrong', & Noel of 'Jersey'.
Genre: Electronic: Pop Crossover
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1. Hello, Hello
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2. Our Monster
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3. Awake For Nothing
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4. Stephanie Says
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Having been in development for a full year & a half, smdge. returns with this surprising foray into the world of soft-spoken electronica. Somewhere between ‘The Notwist’, ‘Ms. John Soda’, ‘B.Fleischmann’, & ‘boy in static’ lie the foundations for what is a refreshing alternative for anyone not taken with his debut albums indie sensibilities.

Present on this e.p. is the pulsating A-Side that is ‘our monster’, stuffed with shy melancholy, & tender pop hooks it’s an irrevocably enchanting number. This is accompanied by 3 b-sides of unusual quality including the aching refrains of 'awake for nothing', the gorgeous pop of 'hello, hello', & the shy tribute that is ‘Stephanie says’.

Features gorgeous guest vocals by Sayako Robinson.



Includes gorgeous artwork by Jan Kruse of Human Empire & Morr Music.


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