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A Week in Music - September 24, 2012


This week, we have a new video from The Spinto Band. The five-piece from Delaware return with 'Muesli,' the latest release from their 2012 album Shy Pursuit. The song has a retro-tropical feel and the video follows singer Thomas Hughes as he paces through a montage of blackboard doodles and sketchy animations. 'Muesli' is released ahead of the band's European tour, which begins on November 19, 2012.

A Week in Music - September 24, 2012

Totally Extinct Enormous Dinosaurs (aka the producer & DJ, Orlando Higginbottom) released his debut album Trouble this summer and his flair for creating dancefloor-fillers has seen him remix tracks by the likes of Lady Gaga and Katy Perry. The video for 'Your Love' forms a neat juxtaposition between the modern day and the past (anyone remember the Walkman.?). Shots of bustling cities are cut with shots of Orlando, shut-eyed in an armchair, singing along, before his peaceful scene is gatecrashed by revellers.

 

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Spinto Band - Muesli


The Spinto Band have unleashed a music video for their new single 'Muesli' created by their long-time collaborators Nicholas Gurewitch and Albert Birney and taken from their upcoming first album in four years (the first album in 11 years with Spintonic Records) 'Shy Pursuit'.

Spinto Band, Moonwink Album Review


Read our review for the album Moonwink by The Spinto Band released on Fierce Panda.

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The Spinto Band, Oh Mandy, Single Review


Spinto Band
Oh Mandy
Single Review

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The Spinto Band, Nice And Nicely Done, Album Review


The Spinto Band
Nice And Nicely Done
Album Review
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The Spinto Band, Did I Tell You, Single Review


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Did I Tell You
Single Review

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The Spinto Band, Direct To Helmet, Single Review


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Direct To Helmet
Single Review

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The Spinto Band, Brown Boxes, Single Review


 

The Spinto Band
Brown Boxes
Single Review


Yet another addition to the overcrowded stable of indie-rock bands where Kaiser Chiefs and (We are Scientists) reign supreme. Brown Boxes has a slightly ironic fifties feel to it, but other than that, it seems a strange choice for a single. There's no obvious hook, and its moderate pace means it's unlikely to be filling dance floors in the students' union.

Sharon Edge

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