Originally guest posted by Grandpeople
The duo of Andy Oppenheimer and Martin Lloyd may have produced one of my top five favourite songs (though I really don’t list my life in such manner) with their ’The Devil’s Dancers’ from 1982. Catchy, minimal, and quite androgynous.
The duo’s interest in synthesizers, Sci-Fi, post-WW2 propaganda and the atomic bomb’s impact on everyday life, turned out to produce this song; a fine dark one of its kind.
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