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I stumbled upon Dibidim a couple of years ago when their 2006 debut album popped up on my Soundcloud feed. I thought it was a really strong collection of quirky electronic pop songs and I listened to it loads. My favourite track would be Don't Play With The Gun (for the joyous melody that plays through the second half) but there's not a bad track on there really. Listening again recently, I was yearning for more. There's been no further releases as Dibidim, so I looked up those involved and found that one half of the group had written, produced and performed an album in 2016 under the name Lovespeake. I tracked it down and found another great pop album, this time slightly less electronic and more 'classic' sounding - think smooth 70s/80s pop with a hint of disco. Here's the singles, which are both great.
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