LINDSTRØM: 8,4 PITCHFORK REVIEW

Pitchfork has a great 8,4 review of Lindstrøm`s "It`s A Feedelity Affair" album. Here is some of what it says "This collection of the Norwegian producer's best-loved 12" tracks succintly demonstrates why both he and his epic space-disco sound has been among the most ubiquitous forces in modern dance music. The compilation largely foregoes the multi-hued fragrancy and soft-rock glide of Lindstrøm's recent work with frequent partner Prins Thomas in favour of ostentatiously astral motifs (particularly roaming, noodly synth solos) and more pronounced dancefloor grooves". To read the whole review go http://www.pitchforkmedia.com/article/record_review/39324/Lindstr%C3%B8m_Its_a_Feedelity_Affair here.

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