The basics: Dientes are a four-man rock band from Warrington, North West England, currently “unsigned” (although with the Internet, who needs a label, these days?) – they funded the mastering for their debut album, Numbers & Stations, through Kickstarter, and generally enjoy what you could call “local acclaim”. How did I hear Dientes? When I […]
It’s a pretty good distillation of the album, and his whole ouevre – lefty-yet-emotional-intricately-detailed-but-bumptiously-English-indie-pop. Win.
If you want to bore your partner, soundtrack an incredibly long and undeviating road, or fall asleep on the metro, then buy this album.
Selway has stepped out from behind the drumkit to show the world the full extent of his talent.
It was a hen night, multiplied by fifteen, and surrounded by expensively dressed, expensively drunk dickheads. Other than that, Proud was like any Camden venue. It’s a pity the main DJ couldn’t mix, and the sound man/PA was bollocks, as at the centre of all of this, there was a pretty fun new band trying […]
If you can, go see them – you’ll come away feeling a lot happier than you went in, and if that’s not worth the price of a ticket, I don’t know what is.
As an experiment, it’s worth a whirl, and as an indicator of where B.B.C. might go next, the future’s bright.