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Keiki

Hailing from Brussels, self-described Satanic pop duo Keiki feature half-English vocalist and theremin player Dominique Van Cappellen-Waldock and half-Italian guitarist/programmer Raphael Rastelli. After developing in 2006, Keiki — in the beginning a trio — started honing their unique mix of weighty riffs, mechanised rhythms, and quirky lyrics, and released their 2007 debut recording, 10 Pieces, around the U.K.-centered label Glock Music. In ’09 2009, Cheap Satanism Information released Keiki’s second recording, Waltham Holy Mix, which presented a song influenced by Andy Warhol’s mom, “Andy’s Chocolate.” A divide 10″ with labelmates Bee and Bloom implemented in 2011, as the duo’s third full-length, 2012’s Snacks through the Grave, discovered them relocating a harder-edged path. The following season, Inexpensive Satanism digitally reissued 10 Parts.

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