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LeftLion Stereo: October

16 October 15 words: Paul Klotschkow
The top of the Notts pops, brought to you by our Music Editor Paul Klotschkow



Joseph Knight - Keep Your Head Up
Sixteen-year-old fresh on the Notts music block telling us to keep our heads held high. Wise words, otherwise we might walk into a lamp post or in front of a bus.

Amusement Parks on Fire - After The Airstrike
We miss this band, and this previously unreleased (or is it a brand new choon?) is a reminder of how great they are. All shimmering guitars and wide open spaces. Get your bliss on.

Josh Wheatley - Livewire
Sparse and dreamy take on the Oh Wonder original with lush keyboards and minimal guitars.

Philip George - Afraid To Love
According to Wiki “Philiphobia is the abnormal, persistent and and unwarranted fear of falling in love.” Which is funny because it sounds like being scared of someone called Philip. Perhaps this is some meta disco dance track then?



Mannequin - 1708
Taken from a forthcoming split 7” with fellow Notts noise makes The Hip Priests, the band’s melodic heavy rock keeps on getting better and better much to our delight.

Eyre Llew - Caulis
Widescreen orchestral rock that makes us tingle in all the right places. Cheers lads.

Jah Digga and Danny Dorito - Wahgwan
With tropical beats supplied by the legendary Nick Stez, the two rappers hit up some city centre locations to meet some of Nottingham’s more colourful residents.

Garton - Pleez Don’t (Blow My High Remix)
The Notts wordsmith slows down the vibe with his take on the Kendrick Lamar cut.

 

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