The Slow Club (Austrian group)

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The Slow Club in 2008. The Slow Club Kunstzone-Karlsplatz2008a.jpg
The Slow Club in 2008.

The Slow Club is the name of a music project founded in 2004 by the Austrian musicians Hansi Lang, Thomas Rabitsch and Wolfgang Schlögl.


The genre of the produced music is related to jazz, which has - in the case of The Slow Club - a very strong influence of electronic dance music.




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