News The Neu Bulletin (13th August 2013)

Neu’s guide to the most exciting new music today features Dan Croll, Khushi and bare/bear.

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.

THE GIG
Dan Croll, Khushi, Racing Glaciers - London, The Lexington


Expect The Lexington to be heaving tonight; not only for headliner Dan Croll (pictured, whose debut album lands before 2013’s done) but also for Khushi, whose initial tracks play out like a cross between Washed Out and Baths, only 100 times more radio friendly than both combined.

THE SONG
bare/bear - who who who


Lowercase letters for a low-esteemed kid. Steven, a songwriter from Beaumont, pens sad little songs under his bare/bear name. He dresses them up in sounds prettier than he gives credit, lacing them all with a brilliantly indicative, teen perspective. Honest, but not dauntingly so, on ‘who who who’ his grimly told tales find their perfect home. Like Bon Iver’s snow cabin with a little warmth let in.


OTHER NEU BUSINESS
Teeth - Rattle
歯牙 by Teeth

Yesterday we brought you the deathly, potentially humongous, sounds of BLACK VANILLA. This time round it’s the turn of Teeth, a London producer with similarly sinister intentions. ‘Rattle’ opens the ‘歯牙’ EP. It pieces click-clacking percussion with spaced-out, haunting vocal touches and a black mass of creeping ambience. Keep pressing play, too, as the EP continues down its clever route of emblazoned beats and devious futuristic ideas.

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