News The Neu Bulletin (26th March 2013)

IYES and Hunting Club feature in Neu’s Tuesday rundown of new music tips.

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.

Wave Machines, Yunioshi, IYES - London, The Village Underground

As part of a show for Attitude Is Everything, a charity assiting with making live music a regularity for those with hearing and sight impairment, Neu favourites IYES follow up shows in home city Brighton with their first London outing. And it’s a big one. PAs get free tickets and there’s step free access for gig-goers - more details here. Tickets are £7 in advance.

Hunting Club - Double Vision

We’ve been having a taste of something we’d love in a bigger portion, of late. New York’s Caveman have a way with production, where given a cursory listen you’ll be hit with such a force, like an audible wall of noise heading right for your very doorstep. Minneapolis’ Hunting Club have a similar knack for making small work of big sounds. ‘Double Vision’ is choral, jolting and right in our neck of the woods.

Taken from the ‘Mosaic’ LP, out soon.

Wales - Still Gone

Every sorry soul in this snow-ridden country we call the UK will be yearning for that deserted coastline, the quick-route escape. They might even take a Kings of Convenience record with them, if they’re feeling totally nuts. These debut tracks from Samuel Aaron Bennett aka. Wales will also do the trick. Classically-trained but rooted to the bedroom-style of production, ‘Still Gone’ revisits KOC’s dreamy, dinner-party sleep but adds further, more exciting elements, like breezing piano lines and chopped, overlapping vocals. It’s a clever beast, one capable of sending us to the airport and on the next flight to Rio de Janeiro.

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