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Speaker Bite Me

Danish experimental pop outfit Speaker Bite Me were energetic within their country’s substitute/indie rock scene through the past due ’90s and early 2000s, launching some well-received albums in both Danish and British on a number of different labels and earning the tag “the Danish Sonic Youth.” They got a thorough hiatus after their 4th full-length, 2001’s 4 Times in September, where time many users busied themselves with single tasks: Signe Høirup Wille-Jørgenson, an designer, curator, and politics columnist and a musician, but most widely known to British audiences like a vocalist with Luke Sutherland’s Bows, released many albums as Jomi Therapeutic massage, while vocalist, guitarist, and pianist Martin Ryum released Uden Garanti under his personal name in 2004. Loudspeaker Bite Me came back to national interest with 2007’s acclaimed Actions Painting, an amalgam of off-kilter pop, dance, and avant-garde rock and roll incorporating lyrical hooks snatched from Red Floyd, Kate Bush, and Prince (a disparate however telling assortment of touchstones) — and a extremely unorthodox rendition of Pete Seeger’s “Where Possess All the Plants Gone.” A bunch of performers including Junior Older and Oh Zero Ono contributed for an MP3-just mini-album of Actions Painting remixes later on that year.

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