Taken from the EP of the same name, “Sun and Moon” marks a return to releasing music following an eight-year hiatus. Panjoma, an avant-garde, darkwave electro femme-pop outfit, say that they draw much of their influence from “love, philosophy, and psychedelics,” a heady mix indeed and sonically it is easy to see them as traveling companions of the likes of Daft Punk, Goldfrapp, and perhaps even Bjork…

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