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The Mayfair Set

The Mayfair Place certainly are a collaboration between your enigmatic Brooklyn-based noise pop project Empty Dogs as well as the Dum Dum Young ladies’ mastermind Dee Dee. The duo’s sound demonstrated itself to be always a mash-up of both tasks. The Mayfair Set’s debut one, Currently Warm (released over the Brooklyn-based label Captured Monitors), uncovered a enlarged, monstrous, distortion-riddled sound that mixed the drowsy sweetness from the Dum Dum Young ladies with the Empty Canines’ distortion-slicked spookiness — quite simply, their sound provided much nod towards the Youthful Marble Giants, Dolly Mix, and Dark Tambourine. The Mayfair Set’s debut EP, Youthful One, was slated for discharge on Troubleman Information in ’09 2009.

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