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<strong>Art Imperial:</strong> <em>Cult of Love</em><br /> <br /> Equal parts ‘60s surf rock, ‘50s doo-wop, R&B, and indie rock, <em>Cult of Love</em> is a tough record to classify and an even harder one to stop listening to. It's an eight-song EP of heart wrenching break-up music, all set to fuzzy, lo-fi instrumentals and held together by Imperial's clear tenor voice. Between his incredible singing, the classic subject matter, and his ability to work both uptempo numbers and ballads, Imperial has all the tools for stardom. If there’s any justice in the world, 2013 will be a big year for him.<br />
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Art Imperial: Cult of Love

Equal parts ‘60s surf rock, ‘50s doo-wop, R&B, and indie rock, Cult of Love is a tough record to classify and an even harder one to stop listening to. It’s an eight-song EP of heart wrenching break-up music, all set to fuzzy, lo-fi instrumentals and held together by Imperial’s clear tenor voice. Between his incredible singing, the classic subject matter, and his ability to work both uptempo numbers and ballads, Imperial has all the tools for stardom. If there’s any justice in the world, 2013 will be a big year for him.

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