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Django Django have a gift for juggling wildly disparate and exciting ideas. On their sophomore full-length—Born Under Saturn—the Scottish outfit improve upon the bedroom folktronica of their Mercury Prize–nominated debut with songwriting that’s as confident as it is inventive. Throbbing house rhythms and a cheeky clarinet solo coexist beautifully amidst radiant synth patterns on “Reflections”, while crispy surf guitar and a psychedelic swarm of electronics make way for a mesmerising steel drum groove on “Break the Glass”.

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Barbour shop group

Glorified Barbour shop choir?

Fun, fun, fun

I wasn't sure if these guys would pull off a second good album, but they've done it! This one is great fun and very catchy. Close stylistically to their first album, so not ground breaking, but a really well compiled collection of slightly psychedelic, slightly edgy songs. Am loving it.

Django Django

This album is fantastic - so much to get your teeth in to! A breath of fresh air. Born Under Saturn is the best album of 2015 so far; can’t wait to see these guys at reading!


Formed: 2008 in Dalston, London, England

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Although this psychedelic art pop quartet formed in Dalston, London at the end of 2008, the bandmembers had met earlier in the decade at the Edinburgh College of Art. Vocalist and guitarist Vinny Neff and drummer Dave Maclean played their first impromptu East London live dates with Duncan Marquiss of Glasgow's the Phantom Band on bass. Jimmy Dixon soon stepped in to replace him, however, and graphic designer Tommy Grace joined on keyboards to complete their core lineup. By the time of the release...
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