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BOY HARSHER Live at London Heaven

Since their debut long player ‘Yr Body Is Nothing’ in 2016, Massachusetts duo BOY HARSHER have become an acclaimed cult proposition. Their initial aloofness has mutated into the zest and ambition of the recently released ‘Careful’, a fine musical document confronting personal demons and traumas. Beginning their London Heaven gig with foggy blocks of light, Jae Matthews on vocals and Augustus Muller on electronics built up the drama with the schizophrenic overtones of ‘A Realness’. Continue Reading ›

Introducing PLASMIC

From Orange County in California, PLASMIC describes herself as an “Orange County one-woman dervish” and in a vivid haze that’s pretty in pink, “your abused Barbie doll from childhood”. Combining J-Pop with CRYSTAL CASTLES and DEVO, like a deviant West Coast cousin to the wonderful Canadian songstress MECHA MAIKO, Lauren Lusardi is the precocious talent behind PLASMIC. Her next live sojourn in London will be at The Islington for TEC005 in March 2019. Continue Reading ›

THE SOFT MOON Live at The Dome

With fourth album ‘Criminal’ now doing the rounds, The Dome in Tufnell Park was filled to the brim as Oakland’s THE SOFT MOON performed the only UK date on their current tour. Essentially the one-man project of Luis Vasquez, their live line-up is expanded with the addition of Luigi Pianezzola on bass / synths and Matteo Vallicelli on live / electronic drums including a nifty four pad retro Simmons combo. Continue Reading ›

LES PANTIES Cold Science

TWI1227CD_12pp_booklet‘Cold Science’ is a new singles anthology by Brussels cold wave indietronica combo LES PANTIES. While their sound echoes other Belgian acts like THE NAMES, the modern electronic sheen of SOULWAX also makes its presence felt. Like SAVAGES’ Jehnny Beth, Sophie Frison exudes a stylish gothique which at times, powerfully recalls Siouxsie Sioux. Compiling material released between 2011 to 2015, inevitably the spectre of JOY DIVISION and THE CURE looms over ‘Cold Science’. Continue Reading ›

TRENTEMØLLER River In Me

TRENTEMØLLER River In MeCombining electronics and frenzied digital drums with live bass, 'River In Me' is the first single from TRENTMØLLER’s upcoming fourth album 'Fixion', out in September. Vocals are provided by Jehnny Beth of the acclaimed indie band SAVAGES. Best known for his superb club remix of DEPECHE MODE’s ‘Wrong’, the dynamic edge of ‘River In Me’ has more than highlighted the short sightedness of the Basildon combo in not employing him to work on their new, as-yet untitled album. Continue Reading ›

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