blisteringly hot - you're gonna love this lot! one of the most talked about underground bands around right now (& deservedly so), the enigmatic new London 4-piece have received the Dan Carey (Speedy Wunderground) treatment.
Having formed only a year ago – & making their name (as a lot of the great new up and coming bands are) at Speedy Wunderground-favourite-haunt The Windmill in Brixton – they feature Geordie Greep (vocals/guitar) , Cameron Picton (bass/vocals), Matt Kelvin (lead guitar) and the incredible drumming of Morgan Simpson. Taut, frenetic, inventive & with an off-kilter sound that is so completely their own – at a recent (and the only real official thing online about them so far) Queen Kong NTS Radio live session at Flesh & Bone Studios recorded by Speedy-alumni Oli Bayston (Boxed In/Scotti Brains), all the songs they played were so new – none had any titles. In whole existing mainly as a live act up to now, this, their first single proper and first physical release ‘bmbmbm’ gives you that initial step into their world. A difficult act to pin down references too, whether contemporary or influential – when the music is this good – it’s best just let it speak for itself. The B-Side ‘Dbdbdb’ is the enigmatic Savage Gary’s Slow Acid Dub Remix of the title track.
- Savage Gary’s dbdbdb