This piece, which starts out sounding like "Electric Counterpoint" with fewer tracks but does not end that way, is the most striking music I've heard in a long time:

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@glossydinosaur The Icelandic-Korean axis is a good one! What are those pickups, do you think?

@pauline They look like Filter'Trons to me (classic Gretsch pickup), maybe a variant?

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