favourite genres
  • Dance
  • Electronic

 

Born of a Victorian country town, population 14, EDO has navigated the planet in quest of the sound of music. Twice trialed for fashion atrocities due to a bowler and top hat obsession Edo now resides in Dubai where dish dash with bling and baseball cap are the norm.
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Review

Reviewed by GoEdo!!! GoEdo!!!

16 Jun 2009

40

An amazing ambiance similarly created by ‘The Beta Band’ but a particular obscure replication of Canadians ‘The Moore Brothers’. Recording levels are a little messy when the dance vibe of the chorus kicks in and just as your about to jump out of your chair you get sat back down again by the quirky electro tools at work. A very interesting piece. I can imagine an eclectic range of tunes ...

An amazing ambiance similarly created by ‘The Beta Band’ but a particular obscure replication of Canadians ‘The Moore Brothers’. Recording levels are a little messy when the dance vibe of the chorus kicks in and just as your about to jump out of your chair you get sat back down again by the quirky electro tools at work. A very interesting piece. I can imagine an eclectic range of tunes from these guys. I’m gonna bury myself in their profile and listen some more... Edo Out!

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Reviewed by GoEdo!!! GoEdo!!!

22 May 2009

30

An intro of dark monks opens this unusually pleasing track. In contrast to its monastery like beginnings this family band convert a sermon from the bible belt into an acoustic folk song. Not much to it though enough to warrant a listen of their other tracks. I think these guys had fun recording it. It’s just not that fun listening to it. Edo out!

An intro of dark monks opens this unusually pleasing track. In contrast to its monastery like beginnings this family band convert a sermon from the bible belt into an acoustic folk song. Not much to it though enough to warrant a listen of their other tracks. I think these guys had fun recording it. It’s just not that fun listening to it. Edo out!