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Chinah – “Minds”

Danish trio Chinah employ a gamut of customary synth-pop sounds like pitch-tweaked vocals, clicky beats, sparse guitar lines, and cascading synth melodies, but they channel all of it into mellow heartbreak. The rhythm behind Fine Glindvad’s singing resembles that of modern R&B, which adds a dash of spice to their gushy sound. Their latest song, […]
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