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2011 Album of the Year

Incredible and unique from start to finish. "Add Ends" is a masterpiece, and the accompanying video manages to capture the precise essense of the song in all of its beauty.

Right back to the Eighties

In a good way. They have a sound that reminds me of the New Wave days of the mid 1980's, but they don't ironic or retro—just within the genre. Stands up today.

Brilliant, by far the most overlooked album of 2011

Get "Konkylie" "Church and law" "Parix" "Kelly" and "Add Ends" at the very least, all of those have become some of my favorite songs. Can't wait for the next album!


Formed: 2007 in Copenhagen, Denmark

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Copenhagen's art-pop quartet When Saints Go Machine are comprised of vocalist Nikolaj Manuel Vonsild, keyboardists Jonas Kenton and Simon Muschinsky, and drummer Silas Moldenhawer. Upon forming in 2007, the group began crafting an eclectic sound that made the most of Vonsild's distinctive voice, which drew comparisons to Arthur Russell and Antony of Antony and the Johnsons in its quirky warmth. Likewise, elements of Brian Eno, David Byrne, Depeche Mode, and indie R&B acts like Active Child and How...
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