News The Neu Bulletin (28th March 2014)

Neu’s weekend new music guide features Woman’s Hour, Colours and Lafawndah.

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.

Woman’s Hour, Teleman support Metronomy - Brixton Academy

Joseph Mount is a romantic and a gentlemen, if new Metronomy album ‘Love Letters’ is anything to go by. He’s also had his way with picking fantastic supports for tonight’s giant London headline gig. Woman’s Hour and Teleman share Metronomy’s knack for writing brilliant pop songs full of subtle twists and turns.

Colours - You Can’t See Me

London-based musician Tom Crandles tries to stay in the shadows with his Colours project, but true to the name his music is too illuminated to provide any secrecy. Prog-influenced - like an in-between for Temples’ glittered psych and The Horrors’ krautrock flirtations - ‘You Can’t See Me’ is a maddened, industrial noise experiment. You’d imagine Tom’s studio to be more like a science lab than anything resembling the conventional type. This is the sound of a hundred bunsen burners wantonly leaking gas like there’s no tomorrow. This track features on a release via Father/Daughter.

LAFAWNDAH - BUTTER (prod. lafawndah&garagembanda)

All attention on the physical, Lafawndah doesn’t shy away from making her heated, sex-obsessed message clear: “Let me hear my bones crunking”, “Give me skin” she sings on top of shuffling, sparsely arranged sonics from Garagembanda. The Paris-based artist enjoys her own metamorphosis on ‘Butter’, covering every inch of an intimate moment, “teeth bang”’s and all.

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