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LA-based electronic duo OOFJ shares their latest musical offering “Cliffdive,” taken from their upcoming album Acute Feast (out April 21, Ring The Alarm / Fake Diamond). Stream the track and read an exclusive interview with the band over at New York Times’ T Magazine.

The brainchild of real-life couple Jenno Bjørnkjær and Katherine Mills-Rymer, the duo met in New York City while Bjørnkjær was working on music for Lars Von Trier’s ‘Melancholia’. This chance encounter developed into both a romantic and sonic chemistry that would eventually lead to the couple collaborating on music that formed the foundations of OOFJ. The duo’s latest undertaking is scoring Ai Wei Wei’s forthcoming film, “Berlin, I Love You.”
“It’s a darkly romantic paean from a cinematic band who has provided yet another perfect soundtrack – this time, to the end of the world.” – Noisey on “You’re Always Good”
“Listening to this LA-based duo’s music is like being winded by beauty. But it’s a terrible kind of beauty…” – The Guardian
“In short, listening to OOFJ is like having a really sexy nightmare that you won’t want to wake up from.” – i-D
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Acute Feast
(Ring The Alarm)
Street Date: April 21, 2015

1. You’re Always Good
3. Snakehips
4. Don’t Look
6. Cherry
7. Totally
8. Wolves
9. Sailor
10. Stephen Says