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Blondes

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Lover
6:42
 
02
Hater
7:45
 
03
Business
8:56
 
04
Pleasure
8:56
 
05
Wine
6:58
 
06
Water
6:56
 
07
Gold
9:51
 
08
Amber
7:47
 
09
Lover (A JD Twitch Optimo mix)
7:59
 
10
Lover (Dungeon Acid Remix)
11:33
 
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Hater (SFV Acid's Encino Oaks Remix)
6:20
 
12
Business (John Roberts Remix)
5:38
 
13
Pleasure (Andy Stott Remix)
7:04
 
14
Pleasure (Robert Miles Remix)
9:00
 
15
Wine (Teengirl Fantasy Remix)
3:35
 
16
Water (Bicep Remix)
8:00
 
17
Gold (One Blonde Strange Idea by Traxx)
9:57
 
18
Gold (Laurel Halo Chains Remix)
5:44
 
19
Amber (Variation in Cm by Rene Hell)
6:44
 
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Total Tracks: 19   Total Length: 145:25

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Marc Hogan is Wondering Sound's Lead News Writer. He has written for SPIN, Pitchfork and others. His work has been noted by the The New York Times and Da Capo B...more »

02.03.12
Exploring the boundaries between psychedelia and house, and other dualities
2012 | Label: RVNG INTL. / SC Distribution

The concept of duality is as obvious as the two sides of a vinyl record, but it suits Blondes on multiple levels. The improvisatory electronic duo of Sam Haar and Zach Steinman initially approached dance music from indie rock’s basement-show terrain, which led to gigs last year opening for scene-straddling elders like Matthew Dear, Simian Mobile Disco and the Juan MacLean. On Blondes’ self-titled follow-up to 2010 EP Touched, however, they… read more »

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The euphoric electronic music that Sam Haar and Zach Steinman make as Blondes does suggest the duo knows how to, well, have more fun. The Brooklyn group (via Berlin, via Oberlin) debuted with 2010's Touched EP, which positioned them as heirs to cosmic-disco wizards Lindstrom, Prins Thomas and John Talabot. Their new self-titled double album not only cements them as peers, but also shows them capable of pushing forward the euphoric house of the Field… more »