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July 2, 2011 12:49 am
Gazelle Twin’s debut album comes armed with forbidding cultural references. The Entire City takes its title from a series of Max Ernst paintings; songs pay tribute to HG Wells and 16th-century composer William Byrd. Elizabeth Walling, the Brighton-based musician behind the project, channels all this into an impressive art-rock soundtrack with brooding synths reminiscent of The Knife, dramatic percussion and eerie singing like PH Harvey at her most enigmatic and gothic.
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