Camera Obscura, Shamir and Merchandise are added to the line-up.
More acts have been announced for the ever growing line-up of London's Visions Festival, set to take place in August. With acts like Camera Obscura and The Antlers, this year is sure shaping up to be one of the best for Visions yet.
Now in its third year, Visions Festival brings a host of stellar new additions to their 2015 line-up, joining the likes of already announced The Antlers, Toy, Son Lux and Andy Stott. Plus, the day will be bigger than before with yet more venues added across London to celebrate what will hopefully be another sell-out success.
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Husband-and-wife duo, Aaron Coyes and Indra Dunis, have been looking to do to music what Marie and Pierre Curie did to chemistry and physics since their initial band Rahdunes folded in the early 2000s. With Lucifer, the duo has created their most enjoyable and also first really professional recorded album thus far.
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Peaking Lights make sun-kissed music, but they also make sun-cursed music. The duo's sound features dub-inspired bass and hazy, casually unfocused vocals; so far, so summery. Right now, you're imagining a relaxed and groove-driven record, all easy holiday-season charm, something to keep you cheerful through the cold winter months. That isn't quite the case. A subtle feeling of tension emanates from 936.
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