The Barometer: Glasser; The Loud; The Darlingtons; Fatima & Funkineven; Dam Mantle; Lady Gaga; Veto; Rachel Zeffira; Deptford Goth

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John Hall
Friday 26 August 2011 00:00 BST


Treasury of We (Delorean Remix)

The Basque remix outfit have created a euphoric club track by adding 1990s piano loops and tinny synth drums to this warm and fuzzy track from Glasser's debut album.

The Loud

Amy's Gonna Get You

The Liverpudlian band's beefy, hook-laden riffs and stomping beats recall glam rock at its heaviest.

The Darlingtons

It Hangs

The Darlingtons' huge post-rock riffs and catchy choruses will appeal to Biffy Clyro fans. Interesting, if a little dated.

Fatima & Funkineven

Yellow Sound

Fuzzy bass and funk melodies are a perfect accompaniment to Fatima's auto-tuned, Erykah Badu-esque vocals.

Dam Mantle


Soft focus melodies and distorted vocals sit atop a frantic drum'n'bass drumbeat.

Lady Gaga

You and I (Wild Beasts Remix)

Stripping pretty much everything but the vocals from Gaga's song, Wild Beasts have created a haunting, trip-hop inspired trance track.


This Is Not

Their influences include Depeche Mode and Joy Division, but this Danish electro-pop outfit are no retro act.

Rachel Zeffira

To Here Knows When

The Cat's Eyes vocalist lends her unique voice to this orchestral version of the My Bloody Valentine track.

Deptford Goth

Real Love Fantasy

Hypnotic, R&B-flavoured dubstep. Bauhaus it isn't.

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