“Oh hi there London-based Danish photographer Mads Perch, creator of Klaxons’ album cover of the year-awarded Surfing The Void and other magnificent pieces of music-themed photography. It’s been ages since we’ve heard from you. Not since 2011 in fact. Presumably you’ve been up to your usual tricks producing perfectly-lit, expertly-composed images that make us want to put on our glad rags and dance. In fact we wouldn’t be surprised if you’d been working on a couple of shoots for famous dance venues like Fabric and Cornish festival, Pleasure Principle. Are we right?”
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