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Dutch duo De Witte Kunst arrive on Magnetron Music with a debut EP that somehow manages to sound as glossy as it does lo-fi. Their musical influences - FM-radio friendly, mid-80s synth-pop, the warmer end of New Wave, Roxy Music, piano ballads and glassy-eyed, soft-focus synth-soul - are evident throughout, yet they've still managed to conjure up a set of songs - mostly sung in Dutch - that still sound decidedly different to the tracks and albums that inspired them. Many of the six tracks only feature a relatively sparse selection of instruments - bass guitar, drum machine, synth - alongside the pair's DIY vocals, yet despite this they still manage to sound seductive and undeniably fully-formed.
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