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XIU XIU / LA FORET - Repressed on vinyl for the first time in 15 years. As conceptual as Xiu Xiu's fusion of post-punk, gamelan, synth pop, folk, and noise might seem, the group's music never feels overly cerebral or detached. On the contrary, it's usually brimming over with often contradictory emotions: love, hate, sex, violence, fear, and humor cling together so tightly in Jamie Stewart's songs that they can't be separated. Harsh and beautiful words and sounds remain intertwined on La For?t, which ranks among Xiu Xiu's subtlest, and scariest, albums.
XIU XIU / LA FORET - Repressed on vinyl for the first time in 15 years. As conceptual as Xiu Xiu's fusion of post-punk, gamelan, synth pop, folk, and noise might seem, the group's music never feels overly cerebral or detached. On the contrary, it's usually brimming over with often contradictory emotions: love, hate, sex, violence, fear, and humor cling together so tightly in Jamie Stewart's songs that they can't be separated. Harsh and beautiful words and sounds remain intertwined on La For?t, which ranks among Xiu Xiu's subtlest, and scariest, albums.
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Xiu Xiu - La Foret [Colored Vinyl] (Uk)

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Format: Vinyl
Label: IMPORTS
Rel. Date: 03/15/2024
UPC: 759656108119

La Foret [Colored Vinyl] (Uk)
Artist: Xiu Xiu
Format: Vinyl
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XIU XIU / LA FORET - Repressed on vinyl for the first time in 15 years. As conceptual as Xiu Xiu's fusion of post-punk, gamelan, synth pop, folk, and noise might seem, the group's music never feels overly cerebral or detached. On the contrary, it's usually brimming over with often contradictory emotions: love, hate, sex, violence, fear, and humor cling together so tightly in Jamie Stewart's songs that they can't be separated. Harsh and beautiful words and sounds remain intertwined on La For?t, which ranks among Xiu Xiu's subtlest, and scariest, albums.
        
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