Search Results for ‘'reptile'

Such is Everything Everything’s career-long resolve to defy classification, Everything Nothing might well have been a better name for them. That is, in a nutshell, what their records usually sound…

Reptition has been Yak’s mantra since they started. On January’s debut single ‘Hungry Heart’, frontman Oli Burslem barked “again, again, again” over and over, while bassist Andy Jones and drummer…

Having stage-dived face-first off of Bill Hicks’ artistic roll-call with a bunch of insurance adverts featuring a rather different ‘little Iggy’ than we’re used to having slapped in our faces,…

With the sprightliest track here by some way, Citizens! seem to have stumbled across the key to writing perfect pop choruses (basically: kick in no later than the 60-second mark,…

In 2009, Manchester’s Egyptian Hip Hop were supposed to be the stars of a genre NME invented called ‘doss-wave’. Nick, Louis, Alex H and Alex P’s music was scuzzy. They…

Citizens! perform their new single ‘Reptile’ acoustically for Bands In Transit. For more information and to see loads more acoustic sessions from other artists, visit www.facebook.com/bandsintransit.

If you’ve got a copy of last week’s NME handy, Radar featured London five-piece Citizens! as the band of the week. The band’s new single ‘Reptile’ (which is out on…

Glitch pop from the Kitsune signed five piece. The London band show off their dancing moves in their new video for their single produced by Alex Kapranos. They play an…

The cruellest ones are always the most alluring. Gaze into the eyes of Tom Burke – chief recruiter to the suave cult of Citizens! – and risk being hypnotised, entranced…

Egyptian Hip Hop – ‘SYH’ For anyone who can’t remember 2009 (“if you can remember it, you weren’t doing it properly etc etc”) Egyptian Hip Hop were the faces…

It is said that every time Ray Winstone attempts an American accent a kitten dies. Who says this? We don’t know. Did we just make it up? ….yes. But Winstone,…

Sharply glamorous with a dash of Bowie and a glance of Franz, Citizens!’ disturbingly danceable electropop is rising, with help from Eddie Argos and David Lynch Three storeys below the…

[b]Blood Red Shoes – ‘Cold'[/b] In which Laura-Mary Carter and Steven Ansell summon the spirit of ‘Rated R’-era QOTSA to sumptuous effect, and end up with their most thrilling single…