Grammatics are nothing if not uber-versatile, with their pop-driven organically shifting songs that twist and mutate from start to finish. 'The Vague Archive', released on 24th November through Dance to the Radio, is laden with choppy cellos, octave-busting vocals and a knife-like guitar cutting through the frequencies. Joined by Emilia Ergin - an ex-member of the Stockholm Youth symphony orchestra, who plays the bands murderous cello lines - the band share a collective love of classic British art bands like Blur, Echo & The Bunnymen, Suede, Bowie and My Bloody Valentine, as well as more contemporary efforts like Queens of the Stone Age and Muse. Ones to watch...
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Avocado Picker: 28, author, journalist... specialist subjects include: the Wire, the post X-Files career of Agent Scully, Bollywood music 1950-1970, Spider-man, Dare Devil, The Sopranos, British comedy 1990-present, the complete works of Chuck Palahniuk and Aniruddha Bahal, Arnie films pre- True Lies, and different uses for cheese in culinary situations.
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