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Fusedmarc


In the beginning of their swiftly evolving career, Fusedmarc were understood by many as a successful adaptation of Western alternative electronica stars like Broadcast, Portishead or Björk. Fortunately, it wasn’t long before the band became increasingly confident in their own voice and started crafting a unique brand of hard-to-pigeonhole indie music. Their sound incorporates synthesized sounds, live guitar riffs, live drums and processed vocals, creating a mesmerizing sonic stream further enhanced by hypnotic visual manipulations. Fusedmarc are essentially a live act, known for their breathtaking performances, the geography of which already extends far beyond Lithuania. Taking sound quality very seriously, Fusedmarc do not rush to record a full-length album their numerous fans crave for; so far, only an excellent online EP is available for those who wish to listen to Fusedmarc at home or in their car (http://www.sutemos.net/).

Jurij Dobriakov


Website:
www.myspace.com/fusedmarc
www.vimeo.com/fusedmarcschannel
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Funny (1.27 mb)
music: Fusedmarc (Nurasho, Cilia, Norberth); lyrics: Nurasho/ www.sutemos.net

Tear and Tie feat. Ruxpin (4.39 mb)
music: Viktorija Ivanovskaja and Ruxpin; lyrics: Denis Zujev

Contraction EP - Contraction (1.08 mb)
Contraction EP - Easier (WTLGD) (1.07 mb)
Contraction EP - Twin (1.29 mb)
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