The Playlist: Los Campesinos! / Blood Diamonds / Grimes / Friends / Big Boi / Theophilus London / Tre Luce / Ty Segall
Tiptoe Through the True Bits
Recorded during the Hello Sadness album sessions, this track finally has a formal release.
Blood Diamonds featuring Grimes
Yet another strong release from 4AD. BD's recruitment of the 'artist of the moment' is inspired.
The latest single from Friends' debut LP is a thin and funky pop number with a Smiths-style vocal hook.
Big Boi and Theophilus London featuring Tre Luce
She Said OK
A far-from-subtle slow jam from the trio. The sexually explicit lyrics are more than matched by a sleazy 1970s bass line.
Loud and snotty garage rock'n'roll that recalls early Supergrass.
There’s revolution in the air, but one lady’s not for turningTV
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