Towers Of Asia | Something Something

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Something Something

by Towers Of Asia

Fusion electronic, invoking memories of sunny winter mornings with an appetite for speedy love/hate electro pop, 1970s supergroups and indian folk.
Genre: Electronic: Electroclash
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1. Slow Kids Towers of Asia
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2. Jelly Finger Towers of Asia
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3. Breakfast TV Towers of Asia
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4. Leif Ericson and the Moon Beast Towers of Asia
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5. The Channel Towers of Asia
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6. How Many Times Before Towers of Asia
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7. McEnroe Towers of Asia
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8. After Hours Towers of Asia
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9. A Long Way to Go For a Weekend Towers of Asia
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Towers of Asia, formerly known as Advokat, dishes up an electronic fusion album with melodies that could fit as easily in a science fiction Western. Invoking memories of sunny winter mornings, the artist experiments with the monster electric sounds of a 1970s supergroup, indian folk and speedy love/hate electro pop.


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