Raw, techno-induced underground electronics that fall on synth pop's dark side...
'Deep Wave'

This duo of Norwegian origin follow the traditions of raw, techno-induced underground electronics, with their compositions occasionally resembling the more pop-oriented The Knife - if The Knife was used for butchering purposes, that is.

The blend of peculiar, almost baby-like voice of Oda Starheim with noisy analogue synths creates an intimidating effect similar to early industrial experiments. ‘Deep Wave’ is a 45-minute long sonic assault aimed at the fans of a darker, gloomier side of modern synth-pop. Not perfect, but an intriguing album, showing potential for the band’s further growth.

7/10

Words: Dmitry Teckel

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