News The Neu Bulletin (14th October 2013)

Yuno, Palehound and The Amazing Snakeheads 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.

The Amazing Snakeheads - Leeds, Cockpit

Domino signed rough-edged rioters with enough word-of-mouth attention to last them a lifetime, The Amazing Snakeheads are midway through a UK tour - catch them at Leeds Cockpit while they’re still a fresh face.

Palehound - I Get Clean

Even though ‘I Get Clean”s angsty take on things sounds like it’s fully-loaded with misery and regret (and it probably is, given a close listen), Palehound’s latest appears to be a song about showering. 20 year old New Yorker Ellen Kempner brings a direct, raw and unplugged feel to this song - a preview of her debut EP on Exploding in Sound - emerging like a more embittered Waxahatchee, with the kind of heady guitar-heavy direction that tends to be associated with TRAAMS.

YUNO - Grapefruit

Jacksonville’s Yuno launched a Kickstarter project with his last song ‘Sunlight’, asking for $2000 to help get things going for debut record ‘V’. He’s since stayed out the spotlight, kicking back into gear with the dreamy dose of sugar ‘Grapefruit’. Had this track been wedged into Toro Y Moi’s latest record, you wouldn’t be batting an eyelid. Sweet synthetics never let up, backed by distant vocals and trusty tribal drums. It’s LA with the sunroof down, a post-‘I reached my Kickstarter goal!’ party.

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