Tag: Pulp

LIEBE Revolution Of Love

Liebe cover frontHailing from Thessaloniki, LIEBE released their 2010 debut album ‘Club Royal’ on Planetworks; their second long player ‘Somewhere in Time’ came out on Undo Records in 2012. Sitting on that difficult bridge between pastiche and post-modern, their romantic disco friendly sound mines Italo and synthpop. Their fourth album ‘Revolution of Love’ develops on the sunny, synth assisted holiday vibe of third album ‘Airport’. Continue Reading ›

Lost Albums: YOUNGER YOUNGER 28s Soap

yy28_01In an era full of dour landfill indie in the fallout from Britpop, YOUNGER YOUNGER 28s were the shining light in synthpop. They were a marvellous cross between two of Sheffield greatest bands, combining the catchy avant pop of THE HUMAN LEAGUE with the observational lyrical wit of PULP. Their only album ‘Soap’ was a cutting tongue-in-cheek satire on class aspirations and dreams. 'Soap' does what it says on the tin... it's effectively a satirical musical version of Coronation Street! Continue Reading ›