New Musick Monday

Right, is this some kind of pathological disorder we’re dealing with here? Do you want to make us track down each and every one of you (yes, all twenty!) and talk sternly at you for ten minutes? For fucks sake, what’s going on? How can a song as instantly catchy and indescribably amazing as ‘Better Than Love’ by Hurts enter the charts at number 50? How? It defies belief. Sure, Villagers missed out too and the chances of Sleigh Bells denting the charts was up there with Susan Boyle’s next covers album featuring a cover of Aphex Twin‘s ‘Windowlicker’, but Hurts! Seriously, come on. We should put an end to all this, but we love you and we forgive you.

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Gemini by Wild Nothing



Chillwave or Dream Pop or Summer-sounding Songs With Fey Boys Singing Them is big business right now. Well, when we say ‘big business’ we mean it sells very little but it generates a lot of press. Wild Nothing, aka Jack Tatum, has been lumped in with the rest of them and for the most part it’s a fair comparison, but there’s something a bit more ’80s indie about him then, say, Toro Y Moi. Gemini is his debut album and it features the stone-cold amazing, ‘Summer Holiday’, a cover of the Cliff Richard single…KIDDING. It’s not as good as that. The rest of the album doesn’t quite live up to it, but it’s a slow week and we’re running out of energy, so just buy it, yeah.

IT’S A REALLY QUIET WEEK, SO MAYBE JUST LISTEN TO AN OLD ALBUM

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‘Five Trees (The Horrors Remix)’ by Chapel Club



The original version is fine too, but a bit too Editors-esque for our liking. The Horrors remix adds some nice keyboard effects, puts some distortion on the vocals and generally makes it all sound less Editors-esque. We’re not sure if this version is available to buy but if not you could either listen here or buy the original and play it simultaneously with something off Primary Colours and you’d get the idea.

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