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    Posted: March 20 2013 at 04:21
Angelicas Elegy and the Gold Celeste is a Norwegian band who plays a style similar to Mercury Rev and with a slight touch of psych and space, and influenced by bands like
 Beach Boys
Todd Rundgren
Mercury Rev

Radiohead
The Flaming Lips
Sparklehorse
Grizzly Bear
Dungen
Tame Impala

I will say they are progressive in similar wain as Motorpsycho by mending an eclectic array of styles from psychadelic rock, indie rock, space rock, art rock, psychadelic pop and post rock

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Angelica’s Elegy plays sparkling pop songs sent through experimental and melodic lo-fi filters - elegantly filled with angelic vocals, playful bass lines, dusty analog synths, soft piano chords and insistent drums. Delicious Norwegian indie churned through tape recorders, tube amps and modified old electric organs.

Put in some Disneyesque backing vocals, noisy guitars and otherwordly voices and you get a wonderful blend of melancholic lo-fi indie rock. Well hidden inbetween organic and dreamy instrumental textures we find Angelica’s Elegy’s musical stories of the sea, the good old days and the moon.
 
 
 
 
 


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Sorry but No. Doubtful they can be accepted by Crossover Team. 
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Originally posted by DamoXt7942 DamoXt7942 wrote:

Sorry but No. Doubtful they can be accepted by Crossover Team. 
 
From the samples provided, I'm afraid I have to agree with this. Sorry Agi... Embarrassed
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