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alan is great
for fans of: les savy fav, wives.
for fans of: hella, comets on fire.
i guess the second one isn't especially new, but new to me.
Fuck Buttons of course www.myspace.com/fuckbuttons although I got shot down by the indie overlords of the Plan B board for daring to suggest Fuck Buttons are new.
i can't get enough of that first fuck buttons track.
Crikey... I got through that without JAG-ing once... I must be ill...
hardy har har
the red fishes
not new at all really, but new to promoting their stuff in Britain I think:
well worth going to see at the bush hall in a few weeks
come with me?
i keep thinking i'm meant to be doing something else that night though.
Has anyone seen this??
All done off the top of my head, so some may not work.
I'll put up a corrected list shortly.
ARE AMAZING. as are basically all the other bands on DNT.
but new to me.
Just because the singer sings funny.
have all the required ingredients to "float many a boat" still in organic developement the quality is there for all to hear, a band that is very special and real.
All of these will have mp3s stolen in the mui near future
MWAH HA HA HA
TEXTURES. In no way new, but I recently dug out their first album after about a year. Didn't move me much the first time, but for some reason in the intervening year it got GOOD. Over the weekend I got their new album. It's amazing.
What do they sound like? Ridiculously mathy metal with satisfyingly languorious atmospherics thrown in, the occasional jazz chord, unusually nice singing, and an essential part of any good band - a computer-like drummer.
Are they seriously still around? I'm not going to click that link, because even having them in my web history would be a step in the wrong direction.
but its on the same level.
Florence and the Machine
Burmese Days - for orange juice fans
Why no love for this band here?
Not even a profile for what is quite possibly one of the best bands in England.