01 February 2012

Mini Reviews In 20 Words: 25

A*M*E FT BARTOVEN - "CITY LIGHTS"













The Southeast London newcomer delivers bouncy pop beats mashed with nineties house grooves in a vocally urban and fresh package.




HYPERCRUSH - "WERK ME"






Menacing electro stabs, Benassi-style vocals and vibrating bass waves driven into a psychedelic Deutsch-techno amalgamation make this track red hot.




LADYHAWKE - "BLACK, WHITE AND BLUE"











This anticipated offering serves up giddy indie-pop with swaying choruses of drums, synths and cymbals trickled over Ladyhawke's classic vocals.




FEAR OF TIGERS - "HIDUP"












Dreamy electro-pop with soaring synth summits and eerie vocals add a breezy cosmological dimension to the London producer's latest cut.




THE SPRING STANDARDS - "QUEEN OF THE LOT"










Waddling brass instrumentals and folky stop-start indie beats create an altogether refreshing and charming track from the New York band.

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