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BBC Music's Biggest Weekend - Fringe on Wednesday 23rd May 2018
The Von-Trio from Florida U.S.A playing highly accomplished and dynamic electro infused indie rock with an undertow of Prog, there’s moments of Muse-like intensity but it’s tempered by a pop nouse that puts ’em somewhere between Queen and the aforementioned Devonian demigods. Reno & Rome– Futuristic synth pop of a very commercial kind and catchy too, with elements of A.O.R rock a la Fleetwood Mac, but with a clipped 1980’s pop production, full of promise. The Fragments- Righteous bottle neck guitar and a lived in troubadour vocal. RNR scally vibes here like The Real People or even The La’s if they’d been rejigged as a Credence Clearwater Revival type experience. Or Cast more like. Italian rockers with a Springsteen goes Paisly Underground vibe. They can play and they can rock- great lead guitar. Temple Of Time– Breton shirts, skinny jeans, jaunty synth lines, summery sunshine powerpop, harmonies aplenty…. XTC at their fluffiest meets something uber pop and American such as whoever it was did the ‘Friends’ theme tune. No prizes. No doubting the songwriting nous and skillful arrangements, playing and especially harmonizing..they might be They Might Be Giants….
Music Genres: Indie, Rock
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