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Friday, October 13th, 2017
Lavender Hills-Driving indie rock that nods to Artic Monkeys and Biffy Clyro on the faster paced numbers and Radiohead on the more reflective cerebral tunes, bit of a funk rock undertow at times, Fab The Hallows-Female fronted pop-rock with a big cinemascopic sound, intricately melodic passages juxstaposed with heavier moments that nod to Muse. Standout vocals too, lovely and pure with an etherial Kate Bush feel at times, decent hooks and snappy production too Brass Phantoms-Cascading indie pop from Dublin, with huge hooks and a spot on production, reminds of Two Door Cinema clubs at times but also echoes old school shoegaze types like House Of Love. Assist- Mod pop outfit from Italy, a wonderfully honed sound replete with brass, as if Welller had injected some of the lounge pop cool of Style Council into The Jam while they were still a going concern, tunes have a pumping Northern Soul vibe. Band look sharp too. Ace