Syntaks - "Twentytwohundred" (video)

by Katharine Wray

12 November 2009

 

Danish duo Syntaks (composed of Jakob Skott and Anna Cecilia) created nothing short of a musical landscape with Ylajali, which came out earlier this month. “Twentytwohundred” will leave the listener wondering where the melody was in all that sound, but intrigued nonetheless. The video below helps explain what Syntaks is going for with its visualizer effect setting the electro/melancholy mood.

“Twentytwohundred”

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