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Splintered In Her Head - Cry Like You Mean It
Conceived during a DJ residency in Central Tokyo, where Pacheco was living and going to school, Splintered In Her Head centers around swirling synthesizers, pulsating rhythms, big guitars, and catchy melodies, all evident on their debut, five song EP. Taking their name from the b-side of the classic Cure song "Charlotte Sometimes," Splintered In Her Head debut, self-released EP, 女の子 (pronounced "Onnanoko" and meaning "girls" in Japanese), showcases the band's love of Asian culture (Pacheco is fluent in Japanese and Bano was born in Manilla and raised in Hong Kong), and by way of big guitars and buzzy keyboards, it is an homage to their many musical influences including IAMX, The Cure, Depeche Mode, The Church, David Bowie, Trippple Nippples, Radiohead, and Nine Inch Nails.
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Splintered In Her Head - Cry Like You Mean It
Conceived during a DJ residency in Central Tokyo, where Pacheco was living and going to school, Splintered In Her Head centers around swirling synthesizers, pulsating rhythms, big guitars, and catchy melodies, all evident on their debut, five song EP. Taking their name from the b-side of the classic Cure song "Charlotte Sometimes," Splintered In Her Head debut, self-released EP, 女の子 (pronounced "Onnanoko" and meaning "girls" in Japanese), showcases the band's love of Asian culture (Pacheco is fluent in Japanese and Bano was born in Manilla and raised in Hong Kong), and by way of big guitars and buzzy keyboards, it is an homage to their many musical influences including IAMX, The Cure, Depeche Mode, The Church, David Bowie, Trippple Nippples, Radiohead, and Nine Inch Nails.
Date: 5/17/13
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Video by:  Bing Lounge
 
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