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Imaginary Cities - "Where'd All the Living Go"
Artist: http://www.imaginarycities.ca
Location: http://www.factorygirl-berlin.com

Marti Sarbit has one of the most particular voices we've ever heard. Therefore we figured that a session with her band Imaginary Cities wouldn't need a fancy location to turn into something exceptional. The buzzing streets of Berlin-Friedrichshain were the perfect fit for Imaginary Cities' unpretentious yet sweeping folk-pop. And Factory Girl, the charming coffeehouse where we sat down with Marti and multi-instrumentalist Rusty Matyas just added to the warmth of their songs.

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