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Quadron by Quadron

Album

Quadron

Quadron

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Album

Quadron

Quadron

Play on Napster
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Label: Epic/Vested In Culture
"Something that your heart beats for," lilts Coco in a warm maternal croon. She's the most empathetic of singers as she tells the plain-looking "Average Fruit" loners to find their passion, and celebrates women that fill out "Jeans" in different shapes. But she has a strong voice, too, that she displays to great effect on "Buster Keaton." Producer Robin Hannibal makes placid nu-soul beats, and adds a little spice with the swinging '60s doo-wop of "Pressure" and "Slippin." The Copenhagen duo's music sounds wonderfully abstract, leaving nothing between the listener and their emotive hearts.

About This Album

"Something that your heart beats for," lilts Coco in a warm maternal croon. She's the most empathetic of singers as she tells the plain-looking "Average Fruit" loners to find their passion, and celebrates women that fill out "Jeans" in different shapes. But she has a strong voice, too, that she displays to great effect on "Buster Keaton." Producer Robin Hannibal makes placid nu-soul beats, and adds a little spice with the swinging '60s doo-wop of "Pressure" and "Slippin." The Copenhagen duo's music sounds wonderfully abstract, leaving nothing between the listener and their emotive hearts.

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About This Album

"Something that your heart beats for," lilts Coco in a warm maternal croon. She's the most empathetic of singers as she tells the plain-looking "Average Fruit" loners to find their passion, and celebrates women that fill out "Jeans" in different shapes. But she has a strong voice, too, that she displays to great effect on "Buster Keaton." Producer Robin Hannibal makes placid nu-soul beats, and adds a little spice with the swinging '60s doo-wop of "Pressure" and "Slippin." The Copenhagen duo's music sounds wonderfully abstract, leaving nothing between the listener and their emotive hearts.