News The Neu Bulletin (13th December 2012)

Neu’s daily new music & live music recommendations, including MONEY, Pale Seas and London Grammar.

Every day of the week, Neu gives you a choice show and a selection of new music tips, all in the name of exposing you to something new and exciting.

Money, Pale Seas, GREATWAVES - Union Chapel, London

Two of Manchester’s finest exports combine with relative veterans Pale Seas for one beautifully intimate gig in the ideal setting of Union Chapel, London. Money (pictured, above) are being mentioned in some parts as next year’s Alt-J - unlikely heroes that defy all the 2013 tipsters - so look out for a stunning, harrowing set to match all the speculation.

London Grammar - Hey Now

One solitary link leads to a unshowy webpage, in the centre of which exists a Soundcloud player. It’s a muted introduction, one fitting London Grammar’s gentle warmth, so beautifully evidenced in new track ‘Hey Now’. Muted guitar lines flicker across a chillout pulse, surrounding the centrepiece of Hannah Reid’s soulful vocals. No doubt you’ll be hearing plenty more from the trio beyond the lonesome webpage and the odd muttering of an EP recording

Rhye - The Fall (Hazy Mountains Remix)

If there was anything that could add further life to a song already brimming with the stuff, it had to be some kind of semi-balearic, escapist remix. Hazy Mountains duly delivers when asked to provide one, the German producer turning a stark and gentle love song into a work of aqueous glow.

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