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Interview and MP3: Wallpaper. plasters electronica with pop

Interview and MP3: Wallpaper. plasters electronica with pop myspace.com/wallpaper
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Wallpaper. brought its poppy electronica from Oakland, Calif. to St. Louis for a show at the Gramophone on September 18, and Eric Frederic took the time to chat with me while driving through Missouri. The duo's 2010 release, Doodoo Face (on Eenie Meenie records) encapsulates a party: funky bass lines, weird noises, distorted vocals and playful lyrics. While he boasts a bit of an alter-ego on stage, Frederic and I had a down-to-earth conversation about the group's experiences in Springfield, Mo., White Castle and of course, poo (and music).

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