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'Broadcast One' - Dandelion Radio's 1st compilation album

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Damien Dubrovnik

Damien Dubrovnik
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Powered by Audioscrobbler™Formed in 2009, Damien Dubrovnik is a Danish electronic duo of Christian Stadsgaard (a.k.a. Vanity Productions) and Loke Rahbek (a.k.a. LR, Croatian Amor), founders of the Copenhagen based record label Posh Isolation. In their day job as label managers, Stadsgaard and Rahbek have been instrumental in establishing the city’s unique and prolific noise and punk community. As a label, Posh Isolation has outgrown its humble beginning, achieving the cult status of cultural entity that serves as an outlet for noise, industrial and experimental music and art through more than 200 releases that have reached remarkably wide international fan following.

While individually active with various solo projects and other collaborations, Damien Dubrovnik is the duo’s longest running project that has published work across 5 LPs, a handful of sought after cassette releases and compilations on their own Posh Isolation imprint and Luke Younger’s Alter. Notching up numerous performances throughout the world, Damien Dubrovnik’s live is infamous for its raw intensity and expressiveness, incorporating elements of performance art and body acoustics into their powerful physical sound where harsh industrial meets poetic ambience to leave long lasting impression.
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