Syndromes is a soundtrack to an eleven minute film of the same name (Or vice versa) on which New York based duo The Golden Filter worked with Norwegian director Kristoffer Borgli. Starring Emma Aars and (It says here) focussing on (A)"Young girl with mysterious talents that finds herself unwillingly entwined in an elite underworld that only the ailing wealthy are aware of ", the film itself is a stylish and mildly disturbing love note to David Lynch, with the various musical interludes only serving to underline it's arty sense of disconnection.
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In antediluvian times, there was MGMT or Natasha Khan. But as with any marketable, stylized area of music, it was inevitable that other folks would want a slice of the pie. But then of course, you have the people who plonk on a headdress and some affectations and think they'll sell a bucket load. I'm looking at you, Empire of the Sun.
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