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a fantastic soundtrack & film!!

the accompanying "syndromes" 10 minute short film which accompanies this great mini album and features soundtrack from Golden Filter is a tremendous piece of modern art house film, and easily beats any lazy pop video that most bands would make - its a must see. i demand you!!

Syndromes

Just when you think this is another work of pretentious intensity it drifts into an airy, melodic, energizing and haunting vibe. Check out 'mother' Good for a sleazy/arty/intimate kind of feel. The more I listen the more i get it. Is it me or is there some portishead in there?

Biography

Formed: 2008 in New York, NY

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '00s, '10s

The Golden Filter are an enigmatic New York electro duo that started gaining a buzz from their remixes of Cut Copy and Peter Bjorn and John. Even with their identities hidden from the Web, word of their music spread after they sent their first song, a breathy, arpeggiated disco jam titled "Solid Gold," to a few music blogs in the summer of 2008. Dummy magazine signed Stephen Hindman (production/synths) and Penelope Trappes (vocals) to their fledgling label soon after and the two made plans to play...
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Syndromes (Deluxe Version), The Golden Filter
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  • £3.99
  • Genres: Electronic, Music
  • Released: 09 October 2011

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