Interview: Electric Guest – Splendour In The Grass 2012

L.A. based duo Electric Guest are one part 80s electro pop and one part Motown, blended until smooth. Firmly putting their stamp on Splendour with their electro retro vibes, front man Asa Taccone’s soulful tones and limber dance moves were contagious, inspiring the bustling crowd to cut a serious mud rug. Music Feeds caught up with these cool cats after their highly enjoyable set, giving us some insight about their past as producers, their experience of living in a creative share-house and why their single “This Head I Hold” sounds so lo-fi.

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