London is changing, and changing fast. Last summer, the bulldozers rolled in on an abandoned NatWest bank in London’s Elephant And Castle, razing the area for a new block of…

Synths that buzz-buzz-buzz like a car engine kicking into life; a sneering vocal so arch it can’t un-raise its eyebrow; a weird, disconcertingly loopy time-signature that’s been lifted straight outta…

 You’ll know the other side of this double-A ‘(‘Jostle’) from Breton’s debut album ‘Other People’s Problems’, so we’ll proceed straight to ‘Foam’, on which they cut the guitars entirely and…

[a]Breton[/a] are a peculiarly modern proposition. They didn’t start out as a band but swerved into it when they began producing live soundtracks to their films. That this ‘art collective,’…