Hot Hot Heat

Hot Hot Heat

In 2002, Hot Hot Hot Heat’s ‘Make Up The Breakdown’ bounded into the world’s lap like a giddy terrier, but 2005’s ‘Elevator’ stalled. On their fifth album, partly produced by Green Day and MCR Midas-toucher Rob Cavallo, the message...

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Hot Hot Heat/Moving Units : Glasgow Barfly

Hot Hot Heat/Moving Units : Glasgow Barfly

As their grimly functional moniker hints, Moving Units are the removal men of the punk-funk "revolution" - earnestly lugging around boxes of po-faced angularity and antique "jazz" bass as if music were a chore rather than, y'know, a reason to...

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Hot Hot Heat : Make Up The Breakdown

Hot Hot Heat : Make Up The Breakdown

If the glorious underground sounds of The Rapture and Radio 4 make you frug for joy then Hot Hot Heat are here to share those angular ways with the overground. They take the groove blueprint and reshape it with defiantly proper, shimmering songs...

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Hot Hot Heat : Bandages

Hot Hot Heat : Bandages

OH yes! If the numbskull antics of Electric Six and The Datsuns are beginning to grate, help is at hand! And guess what, it's from Canada! A bizarre, beautiful single, 'Bandages' does what all great pop music should: it puts the rest in the shade....

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