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The fifth Odd Box Weekender. 27 bands, countless DJs, C86 legends, wonky DIY Pop, Indiepop, Russian Shoegaze, fuzzed up feedback and a whole lot more.
A three piece Shoegazey post-punk band from East London. Dark, fuzzy, menacing music that blurs the line from noisy New Wave to angular Post-Punk.
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The Spook School
Indie rock four piece from Edinburgh. They're in the great tradition of Scottish indie bands - think Bobby Gillespie, Belle and Sebastian, The Vaselines, Teenage Fanclub et al.
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The Just Joans
The Just Joans are a six piece band from Motherwell, Scotland. Their music is dominated by vocals in a strong Scottish brogue. The accompaniment is beautifully lo-fi and the product is a warm and achingly delicate perfect slice of folky indiepop.
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Dreamy Shoegaze from Russia.
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Slum Of Legs
Brighton Riot Grrrl 6-piece.
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Lofi indiepop band from Stoke who make pop music in their bedrooms. They like drinking nice cups of tea, eats lots of Haribo and listening to twee pop music. They have released a full-length LP, 5 singles and numerous compilation tracks, memorably coining the slogan ‘Popkids of the World Unite!’ on the b-side of their first single for Cloudberry Records, 2007’s ‘Tracyanne.’ Practically bleeding DIY ethics, the band have taken their Pavement-meets-Subway Organization brand of noise pop to Germany, Sweden and the U.S, playing some of the finest indiepop clubs and festivals including Cosy Den in Stockholm and the 2010 NYC Popfest.
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