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Artist Info

Das Wanderlust

Das Wanderlust
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Powered by Audioscrobbler™Das Wanderlust are, in order of length of service, Laura Susan Simmons (vocals & keyboards), Andrew Richard Elliott (guitar & miscellaneous), and Wesley John Stephenson (drums & percussion).

They have been tirelessly contradicting themselves for five long years now, and all hate each other's guts.

"Annoying on an almost nuclear level... 8/10" NME

"Songs made to be pop, doomed by their makers' inability to master populism, probably rooting from a history of unpopularity." Plan B Magazine (RIP)

"An amateurish racket performed by "musicians" who don't give a Curly Wurly about musicianship that occasionally, accidentally, chances upon a memorable snatch of melody." The Guardian

"Horseshit, tipped into your ears and forced deep into their canals with cotton buds, bumping against your brain and stinking your whole face up." Drowned In Sound

"The sheer wave of jangling creativity leaves us, ultimately, confused and a little nauseous." The Fly

"An insane sonic mash of clashing styles." Sounds XP

"Most of the Ritz audience looked confused and slightly irritated." This Is Not TV

"While they can laugh about how much it's cost to get in to witness this shambles, it's less of a joke for those of us watching." Vanity Project
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