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There's something going on. An emerging scene reacting to the overwhelming EDM rain that floods every single garage here without mercy - wiping out the kids trashy hang-outs where they desperately try to ruin their lives. Garages are turned into silent aquariums. It is such a perfect clean-up. But hey, the aquarium is cracking up.n
!It's explosive, dark, potent, and psyched out. And the main little monster fish here is the band MANKIND.
Currently whipping up the underground and warehouse parties in Stockholm with their runaway, throbbing
and decadent show, Swedish MANKIND is getting attention.
MANKIND, four guys that could have been seeds planted at Pere Lachaise cemetery in Paris, drawing strength from the graves of Jim Morrison, Chopin and Gertrud Stein. Instead the plants grew in Ingmar Bergman's land of held back silence - bonded by a mutual musical love and existential brooding.
The bands first track "Blood, Sugar" - not least apparent by the video (directed by Johan Stolpe) - is unmistakably Scandinavian with Fever Ray-ish esthetics. It's produced by Gordon Raphael (The Strokes, Regina Spektor). Although early recognized and loved by The Needle Drop and mentioned in NME's Radar Section, ”Blood, Sugar" was never sent out in the world. So lo and behold, this is now corrected.
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