Spanish Post-Punk Band Paranormales Releases A New Album With Remixes

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Following the release of their incredibly well-received full-length album, Contra, Barcelona-based post-punk collective Paranormales are unveiling a brand-new remix project. Versus unites an international line-up of electronic, darkwave and gothic artists – from French duo Velvet Condom to Austin TX-based This Cold Night, Italian darkwavers Hapax to synth maestro Luna Blanc of S Y Z G Y X – who have taken each of the songs from Contra and completely reimagined them with their own artistic sensibility and style. The result is a thrilling and refreshing trip through a dark and moody album with added depth and weight from the contributions of the supremely talented remixers. You can order physical release via Cleopatra Records.

Paranormales - Versus

Speaking about the project, Paranormales adds: “We have found a dark family in different parts of the world who understand music as we do. In this rare year, it has been a wonderful experience to share this project and see how our music can have many different lives and perspectives that connect perfectly.”

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  1. […] Following the release of their incredibly well-received full-length album, Contra, Barcelona-based post-punk collective Paranormales are unveiling a brand-new remix project. Versus unites an international line-up of electronic, darkwave and gothic artists – from French duo Velvet Condom to Austin TX-based This Cold Night, Italian darkwavers Hapax to synth maestro Luna Blanc of S Y Z G Y X… Read More Spanish Post-Punk Band Paranormales Releases A New Album With Remixes […]

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