Sune Rose Wagner shares the secrets behind this supercool Danish band’s 21st-century Wall of Sound.
Posted June 9, 2011
My current favorite all-format album is the Raveonettes’ Raven in the Grave (Vice), which sounds smoky-fab whether I’m listening to it via CD, MP3, or LP. I asked Raveonettes co-founder Sune Rose Wagner, 38, how the band (Wagner and co-conspirator Sharin Foo) corrals the backbeat for its 21st-century-cool Wall of Sound.
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