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Quite Vice


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    Kill the Deja-Vu
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    Around Dwarf Terrace-9
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    Give It Up
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    Take My Hand
Elegant, dreamy and shimmering slice of disco-infused, loungey electronic pop. Moving along a deep but downtempo disco groove, this is sunny, summery and funky slice of laid-back and loungey electronic-pop.
That is one of the ways to describe the sound of Quite Vice, a music project formed in Aarhus, Denmark - Heavily inspired by sci-fi, nu-disco and the 90s-00s French house scene.
Quite Vice was formed in the summer of 2018 with the first release of 6+4+3=2; an instrumental EP with sounds of arpeggiated synths and heavy downbeat drums. Within this EP you can find the early hint of love for disco. But since the first EP the sound has changed more and more towards downright disco and funk, with clear inspiration from Daft Punk, Breakbot, CHIC and Earth, Wind & Fire.
The Debut Album; Bedrock, displays a mix between the electronic elements of electronica and the human elements of disco & funk. The album contains songs more fully composed than the earlier releases - that used forms closer to how you would normally arrange a house song. This also means both real life human lyrics, robotic voices, vocoders and sometimes an indistinguishable mix.
The latest release of the singles Take My Hand & All Over the World, shows a continued direction towards the sound of the more authentic live sound and a somewhat soulfull sound - but still funky - like all Quite Vice releases.


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