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DEATHDANCE One-Sheet

Bio

What began as an experimental EP & a reason for two solo artists to tour together has grown into a richly dark & brooding "mixture of EDM & industrial power". DEATHDANCE's 2014 self-titled EP was released to international critical acclaim & quickly reached #27 on the iTunes electronic charts the week it was released. The duo's 2016 EP "Dormir" expanded on their sound & aesthetic & earned the band notoriety in their hometown of Mpls, MN & abroad. Combined, DEATHDANCE has performed with the likes of Blanck Mass (Fuck Buttons), Communist Daughter, Justice, Kirin J Callinan, Lizzo, The Orb & many more.


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Photography: Heather Domeier 2016

Photography: Heather Domeier 2016

Photography: Heather Domeier 2016

Photography: Heather Domeier 2016

RECENT RELEASE ART

DEATHDANCE-Dormir cover Artwork by Ramses Alarcon

DEATHDANCE-Dormir cover

Artwork by Ramses Alarcon


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Featuring four richly cinematic electronica tracks with grinding basslines & futuristic vocals, the EP further proves that the Minneapolis-based producers are among the most innovative acts in EDM.
— NoisePorn on "DEATHDANCE"
"There’s something beguiling about the way Gus Watkins’ breathy, ominous voice fights to be heard underneath a tide of electronic schisms, rhythms & whirs in this new collaboration between KPT & himself." -Andrea Swensson, The Current on "Salt"
"A mixture of EDM & industrial power. Trappy snares ride over squelching synths before a booming bass chorus that builds to a brilliant shriek. It’s the restrained vocals that, in some ways, make this seem like the spiritual offspring of NIN." -Chris Cobcroft, 4ZZZ FM on "Salt"