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Toronto three peice Alex Edkins, Hayden Menzies and Chris Slorach, aka METZ, are the perfect Sub Pop band. This post-hardcore outfit blend heavy guitars and fuzz bass to deliver a sound which takes in influences from the likes of Shellac, Pixies, Nation Of Ulysses, The Jesus Lizard and Public Image Ltd. "You get a glimpse of what Nirvana would've sounded like had they recorded their follow-up to 'Bleach' for Touch & Go instead of Geffen" - Pitchfork.
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London blissed out indie-rock four-piece signed to Wichita Recordings. Their sound harks back to Creation bands. Think Swervedriver, My Bloody Valentine’s two classic albums, the pop-tinged psychedelia of The Boo Radleys and Teenage Fanclub, with hints of Sugar and Dinosaur Jr thrown into the mix. An electrifying blend of raucous guitars and breathy vocals, honey-dripped with ennui and emotion.
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Bristol's Spectres have discovered a rich seam of textures and noises with which to carve their sonic shapes, and they have mined it to its fullest. The danger always present here is that the noise begins to mould the song, and not vice-versa – but Spectres' songs are arcing, lucid: essentially pop songs buried under sonic rubble. "Spectres make music for ears to bleed to.
They’re influenced by Sonic Youth and My Bloody Valentine, but their music is as 90s as a Blackberry with Tetris installed to its Games section. This is distorted shoe gaze that smashes around the head and plants tornadoes in graveyards. Spectres pay tribute to their idols, but they don’t let the past overwhelm them" - Drunken Werewolf
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