News The Neu Bulletin (30th April 2013)

Your daily new music guide, featuring Hebronix, LAW and Twin Peaks.

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.

THE GIG
Hebronix supports Low - London, Barbican


Only a week old in some respects, the new project of Yuck’s Daniel Blumberg hits heady heights with a support slot alongside Low, as they play the songs from their predictably splendid ‘The Invisible Way’ album. Stream Hebronix’s only ‘unveiled’ song to date above: ‘Unreal’.

THE SONG
LAW - HUSTLE


The lyrical content of ‘HUSTLE’, by Scottish newcomer LAW, ain’t pretty. It’s definitely not one for weak hearts to dig into. But then you’ve plenty else to concern yourself with, like the distant, muffled sample that circuits the scene, and the explosive introduction Law Holt makes 50 seconds in, when everything disconcerting settles into one heady space of sharp click-tracks and semi-hazy euphoria.

Via Song, By Toad

OTHER NEU BUSINESS
Twin Peaks - Stand in the Sand


In the final chapter of David Lynch’s soul being absorbed by popular culture eating itself, there is finally a band called Twin Peaks. But you know what? If anyone was going to brave the trap that nobody felt stupid enough to fall into, it was these guys. They sound good enough to get away with it, and any young soul who hasn’t ever heard of Laura Palmer can simply console themselves with the bold thump of ‘Stand in the Sand’. What an introduction, from a group of guys who don’t lack a speck of confidence.

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