After remixing Fhin, Private Agenda drop some freshly baked material

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Private Agenda is a British duo based out of London that have been around for a few moments already, mainly remixing stellar tracks from other prominent artists out there. They’re back with a brand new original EP titled “Affection”. And as they describe it so well:

“A record to soundtrack those crash-and-burn romances. It’s the backing track to your next hookup, the hold music to your next fuck-up.”

With influences ranging from old-school disco jams, some Berlin drag underworld and finally a hint of pop’s mainstream flavor thrown in for good measure. Private Agenda manage to bring together a coherent, blended dish together here with lingering melancholy and attractive synth-pop.

Assured Lo-fi queer pop from London-based synth-pop duo, Private Agenda

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Last modified: November 19, 2018

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