News The Neu Bulletin (26th February 2014)

Neu’s new music fix features Casual Sex, Antimatter People and Matthew Klint.

The Neu Bulletin is a daily update of the most exciting new things DIY’s listening to. Some of the music you’ll like, some of it you won’t. We can’t please everyone, sorry.

Every day we offer up a choice show, a song of the day (branched under the understated heading “big Neu thing”) and a little something extra that’s caught our attention. Check back here every day for your latest Neu Bulletin delivery.

Casual Sex, Febueder, Bed - Sheffield, The Harley Hotel & Bar

As Glasgow’s sharpest studio heads strut across the country, this Sheffield date is a particular must-see for its supporting cast. There’s Bed and Febueder, a band of baby-faced genius’ in waiting; flicking a switch between Battles-style fretting and woozy arena-ready pop songs.

Antimatter People - Mossy Grounds

If Temples’ revivalist streak wasn’t enough, Antimatter People absorb the energy of the 60s and paint the streets with the stuff. Their ‘Mossy Grounds’ debut - taken from Kitsune’s New Faces compilation - is a glossy nostalgia trip, synth bleeps fledging out classical guitars and drifting melodies, undoubtedly made by blokes with big hair. Fair enough.

Matthew Klint - Catastrophe

A new recruit to Teeth Records (Mafia Lights, MANS), Matthew Klint is a Guernsey-raised deliverer of heartfelt albeit unorthodox pop. Any streamlined melodies are weighed up a fuzz drenched guitars and tinny drum machine beats. ‘Catastrophe’ plays on its name, then. Judging by this effort, Klint’s probably capable of making even the cleanest Gary Barlow ballad sound like a lo-fi triumph.

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