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Album Review

Morr Music has made itself quite an individual reputation for a label that has thus far failed to come up with much of a coherent sound. Or maybe it's the fact that the "Morr sound" is inherently subdued, bordering on nondescript, which is not at all a bad thing. A simple combination of electronic textures and pop sensibilities has found more than its fair share of space in the daily routine of music listeners. But in the case of Morr's newest signing, Dieter Sermeus, the apple has fallen too close to the tree. The explanation is an easy one. This Belgian artist has close ties to Morr producer Styrofoam, who worked extensively with the younger Sermeus on his first album, shaping him into a striking image of himself — albeit with a vocal sensibility that the tutor himself does not possess. To put it simply, fans of Morr Music's first 46 catalog numbers will easily welcome MM 047. And if you haven't treated yourself to the full-mouth grin that Morr's style can evoke, now is a good time to start.

Biography

Formed: 1976 in Antwerp, Belgium

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '00s, '10s

The Go Find began life as an electronic-oriented side project for Dieter Sermeus, lead singer and songwriter for the Belgian indie pop group Orange, Black. Formed in Sermeus' native Antwerp, Orange, Black had released three albums between 1997 and 2002, and served as the opening act for Belgian club gigs by the likes of Pavement and Stereolab. Sermeus began dabbling in homemade electronica, and eventually enlisted production help from his Morr Music labelmate Arne Van Petegem, who performed as the...
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