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Tuesday, December 29, 2009

Alcoholic Faith Mission

New Music from Denmark
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Alcoholic Faith Mission

Sune Sølund
[Bass, samples, percussion, guitar, piano]
Thorben Seierø Jensen
[Vocals, guitars, piano, samples, percussion]
Kristine Permild
[Vocals, keyboards, percussion]
Laurids Smedegaard
[Drums, vocals, guitars]
Gustav Rasmussen
[Trombone, guitars, vocals]

421 Wythe Avenue - That's the name of the new album from Copenhagen’s Alcoholic Faith Mission - a band that got its cosmic rebirth in Brooklyn. The title of the band's second record is actually the Williamsburg street address where Thorben Seierø Jensen and Sune Sølund lived for a time. It's also the address where AFM would end up reinventing its sound and be reborn. I think you will find the results to be both hypnotic and immense. This one has staying power. Sound Experiment: Alcoholic Faith Mission is what I'm listening to.


Alcoholic Faith Mission
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