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VIDEO: “Currybox” – Under The Radar
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STREAM: “Fat Kaoss” 
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Don’t Take It Personally is the second full-length album from Turin-based experimental pop duo Niagara.Niagara is the collaborative project of artists/producers David Tomat (TOMAT / N.A.M.B./ GEMINI EXCERPT) and Gabriele Ottino (N.A.M.B. / Milena Lovesick / GEMINI EXCERPT), whose off-kilter take on pop incorporates elements of electronic, psychedelic, Eastern and dance music.

There is always a concept behind Niagara’s music. This time it’s about the ongoing struggle to balance our desire to develop and exploit technology against the need to make technology more sympathetic to nature. The album will be issued on CD and digital formats as well as a limited edition 250 copy pressing on 180 gm pink vinyl with a free album CD included.

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Niagara have released a full-length album, Otto, in 2013 and a self-titled 4-track digital EP in February 2012.

Don’t Take It Personally
Street Date: Sept 8, 2014

Track List:

1. John Barrett
2. Fat Kaoss
3. Vanillacola
4. Speak&Spell
5. Laes
6. Currybox
7. Popeye
8. China Eclipse
9. Else
10. Bloom