News The Neu Bulletin (11th November 2013)

Woman’s Hour, Grigori and the terrifying BRUT feature in Neu’s Monday new music guide.

The Neu Bulletin provides a daily dose of new music tips, all in the name of exposing you to something fresh and exciting.

Every day we offer up a choice show, a song of the day and a little something extra that’s caught our attention. Check back here every day for your latest Neu Bulletin delivery.

Woman’s Hour support Volcano Choir - London, Barbican

Fresh from launching their new single last week at a Twin Peaks-styled working mens club, Woman’s Hour enter the grander surroundings of the Barbican tonight, supporting none other than Volcano Choir. The Jagjaguwar signings head up a bill, with Justin Vernon’s electronic croons coming up against some formidable softly-softly pop courtesy of our current DIY Weekly coverstars.

BRUT - Parasite
Parasite by BRUT

Doesn’t matter where it seeps into, punk is a glorious, universal language. Its spitting, gnarly uniform is adapted in so many crazed guises it’s difficult to pick up on the most impressive strange. This, though. This is something else. There’s howling laughter and a spitting tune picking up the punk mantra in BRUT’s debut ‘Parasite’. After an opening bout of silence, the walls come crashing down, unveiling a violent, exciting prospect.

Grigori - Immune

Going by the name of Dev, Grigori (first featured this time last year), announced as an artist totally unconcerned with surroundings. Outside there could be a high-speed car crash and a couple of bank robberies; he’d be oblivious, too immersed in his choppy, breathy electronica. The sounds coming out of ‘Immune’ don’t relate to any single era - instead they root around in murky depths, mustering the strength to let out a sweet whispering tune, wrapped up in beat upon beat. If this is Grigori’s world, a perfect bubble, it’s a pretty inviting one at that. [via D&D]

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