News The Neu Bulletin (8th April 2013)

Your daily new music dose, tips courtesy of Neu.

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
JAWS - Birmingham, Hare and Hounds


It’s due time JAWS had their homecoming. Gigs and gigs and more gigs have been on the agenda for the B-town group, with more shows (including a timely jaunt in Italy) in the pipeline. This sold out dig at the Hare and Hounds is guaranteed to be busied, likely to be sweaty.

THE SONG
Fossil - Night Drive


You’ll be hearing plenty more from Fossil, we’re sure, not least on these pages. Following a Neu profile and a This Week in New Music mention, we thought we’d shove the Texan’s music further forward by prompting you towards this ‘Night Drive’ track. It’s a song about fatherhood, or lack of. And its self-professed ‘gothic miserablism’ is actually more like a lease of life. If it connects personally, it’ll likely have you sobbing. But even if the emotional impact’s low, you’ll still be marvelling at the production, the crossing over of musical paths you never deemed previously possible.

OTHER NEU BUSINESS
Marriage
Basements & Broken Shoulders by Marriage

Although styled with a distinct bedroom-rooted production, it’s not the lo-fi nature of Brett Zadravetz’s music that defines it. The Toronto resident, joined by Asher Gould-Murtagh and Blair Swann, thrives in an area others spectacularly stumble in. The songs on Marriage’s self-titled debut EP are gently lifting works of subtle craft. The production is, in many ways, the music’s greatest asset. In a song like ‘Basements & Broken Shoulders’ what begins as a simple, tame number soon gains a sense of its belongings and rushes towards a triumphant, meticulously-put-together climax. It’s often breathtaking.

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