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Little Dragon, The Boiler Room at Corsica Studios

Little Dragon, The Boiler Room at Corsica Studios

Gothenberg quartet melt away clichés of Scandi cool

Little Dragon: Poised, but fiery
“It's like an advert for American Apparel,” said my companion a song into the set – and she had a point. The elegantly poised electropop of Little Dragon is so sharp, so cool, so impeccably internationalist in its outlook and presentation that, taken in small doses, it would be perfect for any brand targeted at affluent hipsters. But while their antics on stage, and especially those of singer Yukimi Nagano were admittedly a brand manager's dream at any given moment, over time they proved to be something much more interesting.

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