News The Neu Bulletin (3rd June 2013)

Deafkid and Noble Savage feature in Neu’s new music tips.

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.

THE GIG
Deafkid support Vessels - London, Cargo


There’s something quite daunting about Deafkid. They’re studio veterans, in the grand scheme of things, with experience as Ghostpoet’s backing band. But this still doesn’t account for how refined, ultra-explorative their latest material is. Something remarkable has landed, so you’d be in good company by checking them out tonight.

THE SONG
Noble Savage - Bloom
Bloom by Noble Savage

Not sure how an act of savagery can be noble, but this new Victoria export has its head firmly screwed on. ‘Bloom’ is half rooted in the sunshine dazzle of Panda Bear’s ‘Person Pitch - all dictaphone samples and heady acoustic work - half opting for songwriting clarity, only a couple of intelligent songs away from declaring itself ready competition for Vampire Weekend. One of the finest introductions we’ve heard in weeks. Welcome Noble Savage.

OTHER NEU BUSINESS
Rejjie Snow x Sun Patzer - ‘294’


Goodness knows this track doesn’t last nearly long enough, but anything citing FIFA and itchy microphones has to be doing something right. Rejjie Snow is a Dublin-based rapper recently signed to XL imprint Kaya Kaya. He’s more gap-toothed than Mac DeMarco, and more exciting than 98% of the rest of the competition. Yep, this is the real deal.

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