News The Neu Bulletin (5th November 2013)

MØ’s sold out London XOYO show heads up Neu’s daily 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.

MØ - London, XOYO

A headline show to see the year in, MØ’s razorsharp future-pop is something to contend with. The sound of 2014 or the sound of the distant future? Even if she’s way ahead of the pack, tonight’s XOYO show will be an essential glimpse into the next twelve months.

Toilet - Two Fathers
Two Fathers by Toilet

Malmö trio Toilet is actually the side-project from three fifths of Neu favorites YAST, and with their debut single ‘Two Fathers’ they’re establishing themselves as one of the most exciting rock acts in Sweden at the moment. With opening slots for fellow Swedes Holograms and RA already under the belt ‘Two Fathers’ is an intriguing first taste from the band, with a minimal sound and repetitive guitar melody that harkens back to the grunge of the early nineties and the indie rock of the eighties. [Johan Alm]

Yoofs - Toy Organ

Bournemouth via London duo Yoofs have turned their attention to a completely new sound. Heading up a 2014 release, ‘Toy Organ’ centres its focus around toy organs and a blissed-out, 60s-rooted dancehall waltz. This new track also comes with the news that Yoofs are hosting some Christmas parties. On 12th December they play London’s Cafe 1000 with Playlounge, before heading back to Bournemouth on 13th December at Sixty Million Postcards, playing alongside Temple Songs.

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