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Lesbians On Ecstasy
The Lezzies On X are a plunder music project, taking inspiration from the lesbian back catalogue by referencing folk artists and punk bands alike, re-writing lesbian history for the dance floor. They use the source material in a musical collage that re-creates a wide spectrum of musical styles — all within the dance genre. One of their obsessions has been to develop their own way of playing live dance music, using an electronic drum kit, bass guitar and an array of synths. The insistence on such a strong technological presence in their music serves to highlight the absence of technology in the majority of lesbian music, which privileges acoustic sound as authentic lesbian expression.
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Lesbians on Ecstasy
Lesbians on Ecstasy is a Canadian electronic band formed in in Montreal , Quebec. The band toured across Canada and the U. The first album, the self-titled Lesbians on Ecstasy was released on October 26, Additional remixes were available for download on the web site by French producer Electrosexual , and Branx. The band's third full-length release, entitled We Know You Know came out in the spring of
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