The Highland pop explosion continues unabated with this gem of a demo. London record executives can be heard packing their gaelic dictionaries, passports and snow boots
After riding the punk-funk wave Liars chose to dive into the slipstream with two albums worth of tuneless noise. Clearly, the New York ensemble has now decided to produce an album of songs their neighbours would like to hear them rehearse.
Now that new-folk is en vogue I guess it’ll be OK if I grab my John Fahey records from the dusty attic.
Debut from this bunch of Brighton lads is accomplished indie-pop in the vein of the Kaisers, the Monkeys etc. Is anyone else tired of that sound?
Glorious pop-pysch from a group of French-Swedes concerned with how “life on the beach is easy”.
Putting music into categories is easy: tunes to play when dumped, melodies to use before a night on the tiles and so forth.
Go North. Seems to be the message of the moment, as the Indie-axis of power switches from Glasgow to Dundee, and bands from the Highlands (hello Cinematics) appear on Letterman.