News The Neu Bulletin (25th September 2012)

Neu’s daily guide to nights out and new music. Featuring The Neighbourhood and Drop Out Venus.

We’re guessing the below bands won’t be prone to having “ONE MINUTE LEFT?!” hissy fits on stage. They’ll even appreciate those who turned out to see them play live. So check out some of the most exciting new acts before it all goes to their silly heads:

London’s Madame Jojos plays host to one of the most hotly anticipated shows in weeks. Drop Out Venus have just come back from a short trip in Bulgaria, having also unveiled their outstanding new video for ‘Elastic Teen Rent’. Hopefully that video gave you a small glimpse of the heated intensity levels a DOV show is capable of reaching. Best not wait around to see a new band in the midst of their heady rise.

Drop Out Venus are supported by Snapped Ankles and Benjamin Dobson at White Heat @ Madame Jojos, London (All the details).

It’s also a little known fact that The Neighbourhood (pictured, above) are playing Birthdays in Dalston. This show was only announced last week, so you might be able to squeeze into the tiny venue before the rest of London gets a chance. It’s all about keeping your eyes peeled, you see. Or you can just let the Neu Bulletin tell you about these things..

The Neighbourhood play an intimate show at London’s Birthdays night, Dalston. Sign up for the guestlist here.

Hello Dots and Dashes blog and thank you for existing, for you pointed us towards something relatively unknown and improved our week as a result. The Revival Hour: Well, there’s something ghostly and unnerving about their ‘Pyre’ song, but hints of a St. Vincent-esque spookiness and desire for invention make it a constantly evolving song and a constant source of intrigue.


I don’t know: We’ve already performed a lifetime’s worth of humble brags on Neu, where we politely inform you of that time we told you about this massive band some several months back. We’re finished with that though. It’s not an attractive characteristic. Although let’s not forget about that time sixteen months back when we alerted you towards Lapalux. It’s just, Lapalux is a fully fledged electronic tour de force now; someone to be reckoned with. And his latest song ‘Forgetting And Learning Again ft. Kerry Leatham’, is the producer’s most refined attempt at an electronic R&B fusion to date.

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