The music offers a relaxed canvas over which the two women assure us of their place in the world.
The pounding riffs, Eagles of Death Metal-esque vocal delivery and the astoundingly thumping catchiness of the band all feel like great influences from the desert-rock scene.
Cast aside the obvious ironies of a digital producer’s luddite cry being disseminated via YouTube on hundreds of blogs, and just relish this smart tribute to non-tech, to the joys of interaction and more humanising pursuits.
How could I not post this video after watching? Totally refreshing and the perfect start to my morning...
Dispensing with the sort of ostentatious nom-de-plume that has improved the prospects of countless pop stars from Reg Dwight to Elizabeth Grant, Kate Miller is gambling that her music alone will be enough to linger in the memory banks, aggrandising her rather bland title by proxy. Fortunately, her first release, ‘Collar Up’, is packed with promise.
Dublin-based DJ Kormac shares with Lost in the Manor the fourth track from his upcoming album 'Doorsteps', featuring Mercury Music Prize-winner Speech Debelle on vocals. Kormac is getting championed by the likes of Annie Mac, DJ Food, DJ Yoda and Mr Scruff, and we wholeheartedly endorse that. Give it a listen.
Londoner's The Kemistry are back in again in fine form with 2 videos for their latest track called 'Losing it'