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WILLIAM ARCANE
Concrete
Wednesday 29 May 2013

£12.50 ADVANCE

WHEN SAINTS GO MACHINE play Concrete in support of their new album, INFINITY POOL, out May on K7 records.

When Saints Go Machine are a hard band to pin down, four young men doing things with electro pop that no one has done before.

The Danish four-piece formed in 2007 — Nikolaj Manuel Vonsild (vocals), Jonas Kenton (keyboards), Simon Muschinsky (keyboards) and Silas Moldenhawer (drums) — are a complicated mix of influences. There’s dance music in there, for sure, but also post punk, some experimental electronica in the Aphex Twin mould, and, crucially, a healthy dose of pop. You could describe the end result as a heady mix of Caribou, The Knife/Fever Ray and Arthur Russell. But, really, it doesn’t sound like anything else out there.



When Saints Go Machine

When Saints Go Machine

WILLIAM ARCANE
Concrete
Wednesday 29 May 2013

£12.50 ADVANCE

WHEN SAINTS GO MACHINE play Concrete in support of their new album, INFINITY POOL, out May on K7 records.

When Saints Go Machine are a hard band to pin down, four young men doing things with electro pop that no one has done before.

The Danish four-piece formed in 2007 — Nikolaj Manuel Vonsild (vocals), Jonas Kenton (keyboards), Simon Muschinsky (keyboards) and Silas Moldenhawer (drums) — are a complicated mix of influences. There’s dance music in there, for sure, but also post punk, some experimental electronica in the Aphex Twin mould, and, crucially, a healthy dose of pop. You could describe the end result as a heady mix of Caribou, The Knife/Fever Ray and Arthur Russell. But, really, it doesn’t sound like anything else out there.



When Saints Go Machine

When Saints Go Machine

WILLIAM ARCANE
Concrete
Wednesday 29 May 2013

£12.50 ADVANCE

WHEN SAINTS GO MACHINE play Concrete in support of their new album, INFINITY POOL, out May on K7 records.

When Saints Go Machine are a hard band to pin down, four young men doing things with electro pop that no one has done before.

The Danish four-piece formed in 2007 — Nikolaj Manuel Vonsild (vocals), Jonas Kenton (keyboards), Simon Muschinsky (keyboards) and Silas Moldenhawer (drums) — are a complicated mix of influences. There’s dance music in there, for sure, but also post punk, some experimental electronica in the Aphex Twin mould, and, crucially, a healthy dose of pop. You could describe the end result as a heady mix of Caribou, The Knife/Fever Ray and Arthur Russell. But, really, it doesn’t sound like anything else out there.



When Saints Go Machine

When Saints Go Machine

WILLIAM ARCANE
Concrete
Wednesday 29 May 2013

£12.50 ADVANCE

WHEN SAINTS GO MACHINE play Concrete in support of their new album, INFINITY POOL, out May on K7 records.

When Saints Go Machine are a hard band to pin down, four young men doing things with electro pop that no one has done before.

The Danish four-piece formed in 2007 — Nikolaj Manuel Vonsild (vocals), Jonas Kenton (keyboards), Simon Muschinsky (keyboards) and Silas Moldenhawer (drums) — are a complicated mix of influences. There’s dance music in there, for sure, but also post punk, some experimental electronica in the Aphex Twin mould, and, crucially, a healthy dose of pop. You could describe the end result as a heady mix of Caribou, The Knife/Fever Ray and Arthur Russell. But, really, it doesn’t sound like anything else out there.



When Saints Go Machine

When Saints Go Machine

WILLIAM ARCANE
Concrete
Wednesday 29 May 2013

£12.50 ADVANCE

WHEN SAINTS GO MACHINE play Concrete in support of their new album, INFINITY POOL, out May on K7 records.

When Saints Go Machine are a hard band to pin down, four young men doing things with electro pop that no one has done before.

The Danish four-piece formed in 2007 — Nikolaj Manuel Vonsild (vocals), Jonas Kenton (keyboards), Simon Muschinsky (keyboards) and Silas Moldenhawer (drums) — are a complicated mix of influences. There’s dance music in there, for sure, but also post punk, some experimental electronica in the Aphex Twin mould, and, crucially, a healthy dose of pop. You could describe the end result as a heady mix of Caribou, The Knife/Fever Ray and Arthur Russell. But, really, it doesn’t sound like anything else out there.



When Saints Go Machine

When Saints Go Machine

WILLIAM ARCANE
Concrete
Wednesday 29 May 2013

£12.50 ADVANCE

WHEN SAINTS GO MACHINE play Concrete in support of their new album, INFINITY POOL, out May on K7 records.

When Saints Go Machine are a hard band to pin down, four young men doing things with electro pop that no one has done before.

The Danish four-piece formed in 2007 — Nikolaj Manuel Vonsild (vocals), Jonas Kenton (keyboards), Simon Muschinsky (keyboards) and Silas Moldenhawer (drums) — are a complicated mix of influences. There’s dance music in there, for sure, but also post punk, some experimental electronica in the Aphex Twin mould, and, crucially, a healthy dose of pop. You could describe the end result as a heady mix of Caribou, The Knife/Fever Ray and Arthur Russell. But, really, it doesn’t sound like anything else out there.



When Saints Go Machine

When Saints Go Machine

WILLIAM ARCANE
Concrete
Wednesday 29 May 2013

£12.50 ADVANCE

WHEN SAINTS GO MACHINE play Concrete in support of their new album, INFINITY POOL, out May on K7 records.

When Saints Go Machine are a hard band to pin down, four young men doing things with electro pop that no one has done before.

The Danish four-piece formed in 2007 — Nikolaj Manuel Vonsild (vocals), Jonas Kenton (keyboards), Simon Muschinsky (keyboards) and Silas Moldenhawer (drums) — are a complicated mix of influences. There’s dance music in there, for sure, but also post punk, some experimental electronica in the Aphex Twin mould, and, crucially, a healthy dose of pop. You could describe the end result as a heady mix of Caribou, The Knife/Fever Ray and Arthur Russell. But, really, it doesn’t sound like anything else out there.



When Saints Go Machine

When Saints Go Machine

WILLIAM ARCANE
Concrete
Wednesday 29 May 2013

£12.50 ADVANCE

WHEN SAINTS GO MACHINE play Concrete in support of their new album, INFINITY POOL, out May on K7 records.

When Saints Go Machine are a hard band to pin down, four young men doing things with electro pop that no one has done before.

The Danish four-piece formed in 2007 — Nikolaj Manuel Vonsild (vocals), Jonas Kenton (keyboards), Simon Muschinsky (keyboards) and Silas Moldenhawer (drums) — are a complicated mix of influences. There’s dance music in there, for sure, but also post punk, some experimental electronica in the Aphex Twin mould, and, crucially, a healthy dose of pop. You could describe the end result as a heady mix of Caribou, The Knife/Fever Ray and Arthur Russell. But, really, it doesn’t sound like anything else out there.



When Saints Go Machine

When Saints Go Machine

WILLIAM ARCANE
Concrete
Wednesday 29 May 2013

£12.50 ADVANCE

WHEN SAINTS GO MACHINE play Concrete in support of their new album, INFINITY POOL, out May on K7 records.

When Saints Go Machine are a hard band to pin down, four young men doing things with electro pop that no one has done before.

The Danish four-piece formed in 2007 — Nikolaj Manuel Vonsild (vocals), Jonas Kenton (keyboards), Simon Muschinsky (keyboards) and Silas Moldenhawer (drums) — are a complicated mix of influences. There’s dance music in there, for sure, but also post punk, some experimental electronica in the Aphex Twin mould, and, crucially, a healthy dose of pop. You could describe the end result as a heady mix of Caribou, The Knife/Fever Ray and Arthur Russell. But, really, it doesn’t sound like anything else out there.







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