You know what they say about modern hits – ‘they don’t write them like they used to’… Err, actually, Slow Club have just about managed a full records worth of modern golden oldies so this time they would be wrong. 426 more words
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Slowclub are a duo that is already enjoying a certain amount of success and attention. As well as getting a healthy dose of media coverage from established music publications like the NME as well as the music arms of papers such The Independent and The Guardian, they also have celebrity interest resulting in a guest appearance from Daniel Radcliffe for the video of… 227 more words
It seems you have to be moderately antagonistic to be in a duo. It’s more like playing off your partner, rather than with them. I am of course thinking of Jack and Meg, but equally it applies to The Black Keys or No Age or even Royal Blood. 719 more words
The Sheffield duo’s third album finds them edging closer towards mainstream success after five years of relative anonymity.
A couple of songs apart, it finds the pair eschewing the indie folk of their earlier years, with a shift into the jazzy pop swing favoured by Caro Emerald, Paloma Faith, Imelda May et al. 79 more words