The Australian experimental three-piece will release their second album in March
Australian electronic outfit Seekae will release their second full-length, +Dome, via Rice Is Nice in March.
The release caps off a successful 2010 for the Sydney-based trio. After releasing their maiden effort The Sound of Trees Falling on People back in 2008, the group's profile steadily rose with the aid of a heavy gig schedule that included a series of national tours supporting fellow Australian acts PVT and Decoder Ring. In terms of sound, the group's new album sees them largely return to the style of their debut, calling upon extensive sampling and live, experimental instrumentation, vaguely recalling post-dubstep acts like Mount Kimbie and James Blake.
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Rice Is Nice will release +Dome on March 25th, 2011.