News The Neu Bulletin (1st May 2013)

oOoOO and Melbourne band Flying Colours feature in today’s new music guide.

From Monday to Friday, Neu has you covered. In these Bulletins right here, with recommended gigs and a healthy selection of songs, you’ll have a seemingly endless supply of new music tips.

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.

oOoOO, Patten, Plaitum - Brighton, Green Door Store

The furtherest corners of experimental electronic music coalesce tonight. Patten’s two years on from his first release - the mind-blowing ‘GLAQJO XAACSSO’ - and oOoOO’s approaching the end of a recent UK stint.

Domi Chansorn - The Fool
The Fool by Domi Chansorn

It looks like Domi Chansorn is a big deal in his home country of Switzerland. One quick Google will reveal festival footage and big-band sessions. He’s a talented songwriter who clearly benefits from a wild, flurried backing, very much in the line of someone like Patrick Watson, whose similar starry-eyed tracks sound better the bigger they’re projected. ‘The Fool’ is a wild, jazz-inflected introduction.

Flying Colours - Wavygravy

In my mind, there’s shoegaze that floats over your consciousness, occasionally upsetting routine, and there’s shoegaze that you can feel running through your veins. This is the latter. Flying Colours up there with No Joy’s recent LP in doing more than just project a given sound, instead offering an experience. Said experience is, in one succinct word-cluster, a ‘Wavygravy’. Expect to hear a great deal more from this Melbourne group.

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