Fresher Sounds - 08/11/16
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Right, why is it that literally the day after Bonfire Night you have to make double socks an essential part of your day-to-day outfit? Luckily this week we had the Trainspotting 2 trailer to lift our spirits, and the soundtrack certainly hasn’t disappointed so far. Wolf Alice? Always, please. This lovely lot might not make the bill, but they’re sound-tracking our coming week and believe us, they’ll warm up the lugholes. Noga Erez – Dance While You Shoot Razor sharp, from its politically-charged lyricism to its electronic edged production, ‘Dance While You Shoot’ is a dystopian vision of rebel behaviour. The Tel Aviv-based artist pulls from her environment, refusing to turn to escapism. Jumping from sultry to angry, intensity bites at the heels of feet moving to a hip hop rhythm. Hinds – Holograma New music from Hinds is always a delight. Their latest track is sang in their native tongue and is a cover of fellow Madrid-ers Los Nastys - the very song that bought them together after two years apart. Taken from the newly-released deluxe version of their perfectly imperfect, devilishly brattish debut album ‘Leave Me Alone’, they showcase their softer side. ¡Viva Hinds! Coldcut – Donald’s Wig feat. Roses Gabor Hailed the grandmasters of UK cut n paste, they’re back with a new EP, ‘Only Heaven’ (25 Nov). The latest slice is straight out of the coolest spy movie to never hit screens. Deconstructed drum and bass is splattered with a healthy dosage of slick and sharp vocals, frenzied in its post-punk delivery. Fickle Friends – Brooklyn Shimmering with the taste of LA recording sessions, this is the soundtrack to your next big night out. Eccentricity pulses through the veins with a disco tune and a millennial neon vibrancy in electronic flourish. Sweet as sugar, Fickle Friends’ forthcoming tour is a guaranteed party. Leo Stannard – Oceans
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