News The Neu Bulletin (19th November 2013)

Painted Palms and Austin Tally feature in Neu’s daily new music guide.

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THE GIG
Rose Elinor Dougall - London, Sebright Arms


Building up to a second LP that looks set to break ground, former Pipette Rose Elinor Dougall’s playing Sebright Arms tonight with anticipation at an inordinate level. Her recent, psych-leaning shift towards a Melody’s Echo Chamber-style frenzy looks to be the beginning of something special.

THE BIG NEU THING
Painted Palms - Forever


People say they can’t believe that so-and-so band is a two-piece because of how HUGE they sound all the time, but Painted Palms really are the prime example. ‘Forever’ – taken from the cousins’ forthcoming debut LP of the same name – gives psych pop an Adderall overdose before taking it for a ride on the waltzer. Infectious doesn’t cover it; it’s downright mesmerising. Expect dreams of fairgrounds for days. [Tom Walters]

OTHER NEU BUSINESS
Austin Tally
In G by Austin Tally

Baltimore songwriter Austin Tally reaches the lowest of depths on his new ‘mini-album’ ‘In G’. Titles like ‘Ready To Be Cold’ leave no clues. This guy’s a winter-dweller or he’s wishing for death. It’s one or the other, and it’s hardly summertime bliss in song. Still, there’s hope lining the seams of the lo-fi, gorgeously drifting EP, a resonance that lights up any dreamily-expressed woes.

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