Newspaper Issue 59

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INDIE / ROCK Issue 59 / 2014 ALBUM OF THE MONTH ARCADE FIRE -REFLEKTOR' 31 7 ARTIST OF THE MONTH BOMBAY BICYCLE CLUB The 75 minute album has been given a 4 star rating from the Telegraph, with a range of different genres from punk to reggae rock. The Reflektor music video is extremely well put together, with the use of the cartoon like masks to create a surreal image, coinciding well with the style of music. If you haven't already, go check it out. TRACK OF THE MONTH BROKEN BELLS The Bombay boys are back with their fourth studio album this month, under the title 'So Long, See You Tomorrow'. Three years have gone by since 'A Different Kind of Fix' was released, and the band have discussed their efforts at recruiting a new producer, trying out two big names (Bat for Lashes and Animal Collective) before settling on their own front man, Jack Steadman. The recent changes have led to a big growth and development in their music, one which the band seem pretty positive about. It would appear that having the freedom to experiment without too much talking has made them a happy bunch, and ready to take on the music world with full force. More @ OUR PLAYLIST Here's the Indie on our playlist this month: AFTER THE DISCO Broken Bells leaked a little clip of their long awaited album, After the Disco, in October this year. The album is set for release on Columbia Records on 14th January, just in time to lift our spirits after the excitement of Christmas and New Year has finished. The previewed 'Holding on For Life' makes for a great first single with its catchy Bee Gees style chorus, showing that not only are the band keeping up with their own standards, but blowing them out of the ballpark in terms of individuality. The track takes the best of what made James Mercer and Danger Mouse famous, and blends it together in one entrancing celestial piece. Cheatahs The Swan Bob Dylan It's All Over Now (Baby Blue) The Icarus Line Feed A Cat To Your Cobra Kurt Vile - Wakin On A Pretty Day Wakin On A Pretty Day

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