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The Hundred in the Hands

Named following the term the Lakota Country gave towards the Fetterman Fight/Massacre of 1866 in Wyoming — where Crazy Equine led his warriors to a victory that led to the death of 100 white troops — the 100 in the Hands fuses synth pop with post-punk and wish pop elements, producing for the sound that’s equally danceable and dreamy. The Brooklyn-based duo of Jason Friedman and Eleanore Everdell stability their responsibilities with Friedman managing guitars and beats and Everdell offering vocals and keyboards. The set performed some gigs in London that captured the interest of Warp Information, who agreed upon the 100 in the Hands and released their debut one Undressed in Dresden in Apr 2010. An EP, This Desert, implemented in-may. Their full-length, self-titled debut record arrived that fall. The duo proceeded to go to get a softer, more digital approach on the second recording, 2012’s Red Night time.

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