News The Neu Bulletin (5th February 2014)

Featuring Adult Jazz, MiSTOA POLTSA and a premiere of Only Girl’s new track.

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.

Adult Jazz - London, Servant Jazz Quarters

The jagged, Dirty Projectors style lunacy of Adult Jazz firmly remains in its early days, but given there’s a debut album on the way this year, there’s reason to believe the Leeds group have been hiding away perfecting their perfectly formed chaos. Ahead of a gig back home in Leeds, this London show picks one of the city’s snuggest little venues for what’s set to be the most hotly anticipated date of the week.

Only Girl - Bittersweet [DIY Premiere]

SE London’s Only Girl has shifted to a resplendent, sparse approach. What came before - the ghostly, expressive pop of ‘Mountain’ - has since fledged out into something more assured, with clicking fingers and barely-there atmospherics backing declarations that “life has taken its toll on me.” If such a statement rings true, Only Girl’s still emerging sounding more fresh-faced than ever. The new song’s taken from an EP released this spring. Only Girl also plays London’s Notting Hill Arts Club on 20th February.


When Pins aren’t fledging out ravaged, assured punk of their own making, they’re bringing out lesser known faces’ music through their own Haus of Pins label. Latest on the list is MiSTOA POLTSA, a frenzied bunch of fuzz-bringers rioting their way through 90 seconds of endless extremes on ‘TLD’. The band play Manchester’s Night and Day Cafe tonight (Wednesday 6th February). Pre-order the ‘You Could Tell It Was Alive When It Died’ EP via Haus of Pins.

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