Duologue are a 5-piece band from London. With a rich falsetto sitting neatly on top of a finely-crafted web of electronics and stringed instruments, they build memorable pop tunes that deserve repeated listens. Programmed loops and breakbeats blend perfectly with ambient, folk, and pop elements, making for an immersive sonic experience. The band stopped by to share some songs and to chat with Maia about making music without a drummer and going undercover while traveling.
Featured song: “Underworld”
Complete broadcast and audio playlist: http://b-t-r.co/1ekDOGE
Duologue’s latest release, Song & Dance, is now available.
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