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Utter brilliance on this beguiling listen from Karin Park, with a voice that’ll get under your skin like a half-remembered dream.
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An absolute smorgasbord of aural delights: impeccably produced and meticulously assembled, with a sheer audacity and verve that borders on – but crucially never become – the ridiculous.
Rough Trade Shops collect together a fresh, eclectic mix of electronica that is sure to expand your horizons to strange new worlds – but they might not be tourist friendly.
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