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Clean Bandit - 'Dust Clears'

‘Dust Clears’ bleeps in all the right places and is carried along by the band’s trademark classy strings

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Cambridge four-piece Clean Bandit make polite bobbling beats that gently request you shuffle onto the dancefloor for 10 seconds or so, rather than demand you hit up an all-night rave. Still, ‘Dust Clears’ bleeps in all the right places and is carried along by the band’s trademark classy strings. At least it sounds like it was made in 2013. Which is more than can be said for…

David Renshaw

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