News The Neu Bulletin (30th October 2013)

Wolf Alice head up Neu’s Wednesday new music guide.

The Neu Bulletin provides a daily dose of new music tips, all in the name of exposing you to something fresh and exciting.

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.

Wolf Alice - London, Dingwalls

It’s got all the makings of being Wolf Alice’s most special show to date, this one. Announced several months back, this 14+ get-together is a peer into just how big the band are capable of becoming. All attention turning to 2014, if Dingwalls ends up as loud and sweaty as the potential hints towards, this’ll be the first of many sold out occasions for DIY’s favourite new band.

Crystales - Crystal Cathedral
Crystal Cathedral 7” by Crystales

LA band Crystales digest the best of the Beach Boys (ed - that sounds like an Alan Partridge quote), photo albums from previous holidays and a dose of green tea - or something naughtier - for their debut 7’. ‘Crystal Cathedral”s lead track expresses all the good times drifting by on their stay in Highland Park and adds some deft grunge-focused touches to boot. It’s like a summer vacation where all you come back with are foggy memories and a bunch of scars.

Cull - World Inside Your Head
Bà nội by Cull

Sydney’s Cull call themselves a ‘rock team’. Whether this togetherness contributes to their heavily-glazed psych freakouts is anyone’s guess, but they’ve had a lot of love back home for what could neatly be described as Deerhunter-channelling sonic assaults. It’s grand, decorative and fit to burst with sky-reaching guitars - if Tame Impala taught us anything, it was that the Aussies knew how to go loud with their LSD-dosed triumphs.

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