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Lumlight EP

Lumlight EP

[CD]

~ Autoparty

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'Haunting Downtempo Electro From New York City.' New York City's AUTOPARTY mixes oozing Gary Numan & Ultravox new wave synthesizers, contemporary City Rockers and Crosstown Rebels inspired beats with atmospheric and bewitching vocals.  For fans of eurodisco, downtempo electro, psychedelic music and early new wave. This is the first EP from AUTOPARTY featuring members of Baskervilles. Christoph and Rob formed Autoparty after being inspired by the slow drag disco spun by Chris Brick at the Center For The Dull in New York City. Influences / Roots / Similar Artists: !!!, Adult, Air, Clientele, Colder, Crossover, The Faint, Felix Da Housecat, Fischerspooner, Ladytron, Damian Lazarus, LCD Soundsystem, Metro Area, Miss Kitten, Pulp, The Relaxed Muscle, Roysköpp, Scissor Sisters, Sigur Ros, Tiga, Zongamin Styles: Electropsychedelia, Disco Noir, Downtempo Electro, Laptop Pop Descriptives/Tones: Sexy, Elegant, Nocturnal, Ethereal, Atmospheric, Cool, Bewitched Album Information: Produced by Mitch Easter (Let's Active, R.E.M.) and AUTOPARTY.

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    Artist: Autoparty
    Title: Lumlight EP
    Genre: Electronic
    Release Date: 7/13/2004
    Label: CD Baby
    Product Type: CD
    Catalog #: 5637213789
    UPC: 783707941127
    Item #: CDBY794112
    This product is a special order

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