Severin may have only been together just over a year, yet the London-based duo seemingly have a catalogue of sonic expeditions and ideas in spades. Borne out of shared love of experimental electronica, swirling noise rock and cascading beats, the twosome - Elizabeth Martin and Danny Sanchez, have conjured up an exhilarating concoction of sounds that recall past exponents of genre cross pollination such as Curve and Bang Bang Machine, while casting one eye firmly on the future that lies ahead.
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