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The Orwells – 'Other Voices'

Dave Sitek produces Chicago teenage punks

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Something great is happening in Chicago, spearheaded by teenage punks The Orwells and their fuzzbox buddies Twin Peaks. 'Other Voices', produced by Dave Sitek, is perhaps the best thing to emerge from the scene so far. A raucous three-minute take on Stones-y R&B, it's the canny Iggy-gone-crazy vocal that really makes it fly.

Matt Wilkinson, New Music Editor

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