Monday, 25 August 2014

RADIO RADIO - EP REVIEW

Radio Radio - Special Brew Special (Sidetracked Sound) 
Radio Radio - Special Brew Special

London boys Radio Radio are back with a new EP that's been burning a hole in their pockets since they recorded it way back in January. The EP starts with the punkish and slightly teenagerish 'Leave Me Alone' which is full of riffs inspired by the Clash and the spirit of the Libertines emerging from behind some punchy drums and swaggering guitar work. 'Through The Fog' has a more laid back feel with the bass taking a leading role on a track that you might expect to hear on an Elvis Costello album from back in the day such is the juxtaposition between mellow music and jittery, nervous vocal performance. The short sharp EP finishes with 'Know Where I Stand' which is a ramshackle, jangly indie tune that is bound to get crowds bobbing and flailing their arms with gay abandon. Radio Radio are one piece of luck away from at least gaining something like a cult following but with the right timing they could just become the next bright young things.....and boy are they young.  


More information: https://www.facebook.com/RadioRadioLondon?fref=ts

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