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Sounds promising. Something for Jez?


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West coast music with touch of everything …


If you like 3rd Matinee, Toy Matinee etc. you have to “dig into” this artist.

Langhoff is based in Aarhus, a nice cozy town in Denmark. Over the years Langhoff has been working with several music projects and as a sideman for many big acts.

Now he has dedicated his time for a solo career. Langhoff is in the final stages of recording and mixing his upcoming albumm that will be released by the end of 2013.







We Made Our Mistakes

Jesus Throught The Light


New Mexico


All Day Funny

Hollow Soul

Safe Distance


We Made Our Mistakes (Radio Edit)





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Sounds good Stef. Download only it seems, which is a shame


What? Really? Bastard!!

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Anybody pick this up, yet? I'd like to know what you think - primarily Jezzer - before I take the plunge.

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It's on my list, along with quite a few other things. ;)

I'mma just take the plunge. This weekend. But I really need to stop spending money.

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