News The Neu Bulletin (28th February 2013)

Your daily dose of new music recommendations and selected gigs, curated by Neu.

From Monday to Friday Neu gives you a gluttonous supply of new music tips, ranging from which shows to head to across the UK, right up to which latest Canadian export is due to take the world by storm, or which local band is breaking big.

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.

Troumaca, Superfood - London, The Old Blue Last

B-town, by parts tropical and Britpop-inspired, combines its parts tonight, with the ever-inventive Troumaca finding refuge in ridiculously new-to-the-scene Superfood’s flashy, hook-filled pomp. Free entry all night.

Hoopla Blue - Holy Ghost

Two shows and two songs to the good, Birmingham’s Hoopla Blue are more than a touch intriguing. Their tracks fidget, rooting themselves in Western-style guitar licks and progressive instrumentation in tandem. Whoever heads the four-piece on vocals does a fine job, sending semi-psychotic bursts out from the frontline.

HOWLINGS - Out Of My Head

The Clams Casino aesthetic of production - let’s face it the instigator of this sound basically has it sewn up - emerged when Michael Volpe started trying to recreate his own version of a track by The Prodigy in his spare time. A few years later it’s forming backing tracks for multi-million dollar rap prodigies and influencing every other emerging kid with a copy of Ableton Live. HOWLINGS isn’t one in a million. Isaiah Williams roots himself in Clams-esque haziness, or what he likes to call ‘Emotronica’. But this intentionally miserable, cloud-rap platform isn’t getting dull anytime soon, not least when you’ve got guys like Williams coming up with tracks like these every other week.

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