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  •     Harsh isolation, dystopian dreamscapes, semi-connected catharsis caught up in electronic precision.   That’s the evolving sound of Blancmange 2.0; collections of stripped down half hooks intertwined, building in […] 0

    Review: Blancmange – The Rescue Rooms Nottingham

        Harsh isolation, dystopian dreamscapes, semi-connected catharsis caught up in electronic precision.   That’s the evolving sound of Blancmange 2.0; collections of stripped down half hooks intertwined, building in […]

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  • An Interview with Blancmange: Neil Arthur on New Album, Family Ties and Fernweh (& just what it means to want to be ‘somewhere else’).     A show reviewed last […] 0

    Music – Interview with Blancmange: Neil Arthur on New Album, Family Ties and Fernweh (& just what it means to want to be ‘somewhere else’).

    An Interview with Blancmange: Neil Arthur on New Album, Family Ties and Fernweh (& just what it means to want to be ‘somewhere else’).     A show reviewed last […]

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  • I’d been consuming this desolate Dadaist ‘tronica since first offered the review.  Blancmange’s newest album is a wide room to walk through, you can pick up and put down pieces […] 0

    Review: Blancmange – Rescue Rooms Nottingham 4 November

    I’d been consuming this desolate Dadaist ‘tronica since first offered the review.  Blancmange’s newest album is a wide room to walk through, you can pick up and put down pieces […]

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  •   Blancmange has been part of the soundtrack to my life ever since Happy Families was released.’ – JOHN GRANT On September 29th, synth pop royalty and according to Moby “probably […] 0

    Music: Blancmange announce date at Rescue Rooms Nottingham 4 November 2017

      Blancmange has been part of the soundtrack to my life ever since Happy Families was released.’ – JOHN GRANT On September 29th, synth pop royalty and according to Moby “probably […]

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