Nouveautés de la semaine/New releases of the week

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L’automne s’annonce chaud sur les ondes de London Cafe. Cette semaine voici quelques nouveautés à surveiller

Big fall season on the way. This week here’s some releases that worths a listen

Edwyn Collins-Losing Sleep

Le maître du post-punk écossais, l’ex-chanteur d’Orange Juice est revenu d’entre les morts (du moins il a survécu à une attaque au cerveau) pour un 7e album. En effet, quelques années plus tard, il revient en très grande forme avec Losing Sleep.  Ballades, hymnes indie-rock sont au menu. La force de cet album provient aussi des nombreuses collaboration notamment de Ryan Jarman (The Cribs), Roddy Frame (Idlewild), Nick et Alex de Franz Ferdinand. Étonnant retour!

Scot post-punk master, Edwyn Collins is back on track! Indeed, ex-Orange Juice singer is coming back in shape since the attack he suffered in 2005. Years later, he offers us Losing Sleep, an album full of indie-rock hymns and retro-scottish pop. Edwyn also been helped by notable acts such as Ryan Jarman (The Cribs) Roddy Frame (Idlewild), Nick and Alex from Franz Ferdinand. Astonishing return!

Manic Street Preachers-Postcards from a young man

Les gallois des Manics Street nous reviennent avec un tout nouvel album. Tout frais sorti des bacs, Postcards from a young man nous propose du Manics a l’état pur grâce aux riffs de Nicky Wire et à la voix mélodramatique de James Dean Bradfield. De plus, ils se sont alliés à Ian McCulloch (Echo And The Bunnymen) sur la pièce Some Kind of Nothingness (une collaboration qui en vaut la chandelle)

Welsh rock-band is returning just one year after  Journal for plague lovers.  Just been out this week, Postcards from a young man is Manics at its best with Nicky Wire riffs and melodramatic James Dean Bradfield at vocals. On another interesting point, there is a collaboration with Ian McCulloch (Echo and the Bunnymen) on Some Kind Of Nothingness track (a great duet indeed between the two singers)

Underworld-Barking

Qui ne se souvient pas de Born Slippy, le hit de la bande originale de Trainspotting? Karl Hyde et sa bande reviennent avec un album plus dance pop, probablement du aux collaborations avec les éminents Paul Van Dyke, High Contrast, Mark Knight et bien d’autres. Album parfait pour danser.

Remembered Trainspotting soundtrack dance anthem Born Slippy? Well Underworld’s back with brand new stuff on Barking. More pop, more euro-club house, Karl Hyde and his gang are collaborating with the best djs in the world as Paul Van Dyke, High Contrast, Mark Knight and many others. Perfect cd get on the dancefloor.

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