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The League’s SPOT Festival Debut: Wrap-Up

Our transatlantic duo, The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, recently had the opportunity to perform at Denmark’s SPOT Festival 2014 and showcase their incredible blend of electronic and hip-hop music. While in Denmark they got some great coverage from international blogs that is definitely worth checking out (utilize that browser translate function…):

Funk You Dear – SPOT Festival 2014 Debrief

Red Bull Studios: Copenhagen – Five Minutes With League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen

Poule d’Or – SPOT Festival 2014: The Debrief
Though one of the most unique acts on the festival lineup, by all accounts their set was both enjoyed and embraced, and to quote Poule d’Or, “…few things are as entertaining as a room full of cool and tall pale-skinned hipsters trying to be a rap hip hop audience in broad daylight.” This fantastic gif proves it.

And in case you missed their epic trailer for SPOT Festival featuring the always hilarious NOTE and Simon, check it out below.

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The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen Debut EP Out Now!


New signing,The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, have released their debut EP Superconductor on Proximal Records. Consisting of west coast transplant lyricist NOTE and Danish producer Simon Muschinsky, the technical genius of the successful Danish pop ensemble When Saints Go Machine (!K7, EMI Scandinavia) The League’s mind-bending mix of hip-hop and electronic music can only be described using their own words; “Gangsta Electro Clash”. The debut release of Superconductor will surely push the boundaries of both genres and prove that an amalgamation of kindrid spirits cannot be hindered, no matter how varied the backgrounds or great the physical distance.

Superconductor is available for digital download only NOW via the digital retailers below.
iTunes (US)
Amazon
Boomkat
Bleep
Spotify
Bandcamp (Recommended)

Tracklisting
1. Automatic
2. My Way
3. On The Hunt
4. Danger
5. Merry-Go-Round

Stream Superconductor below

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