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Editors’ Notes

Cornershop long ago established its unusual mix of East meets West and is now exploring different vocal styles. Satisfied with Bubbley Kaur's voice on 2011's Cornershop and the Double Groove Of, the group has added a string of guest singers for 2012's Urban Turban: The Singhles Club, a collection that features many tracks issued through the band's Singhles Club. The students of Castle Hill Primary School add shouts and giggles to the silly and spacy "What Did the Hippie Have in His Bag?" Old-school hip-hop gets employed to critique the modern scene on "Milkin' It." "Non-Stop Radio" throws out a '80s-designed dance groove, with Celeste singing in French and doing her best to sound as detached as the weird and wacky Flying Lizards in their prime. Fat analog synths bounce throughout the deliberately repetitive "Dedicated." "Something Makes You Feel Like" barely rewrites "Wild Thing." From the avant-garde to the dance floor, Cornershop continues to mine the space between art and commerce with a sense of fun and irreverence.

Customer Reviews

endo

How do these guys get no love in the states? Unreal. Bravo. 5 stars. so eclectic.

frequent fliers

c shop has traveled the universe and brought back a bagful of gems

Biography

Formed: 1992 in London, England

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

It may have taken Cornershop a few years to perfect their innovative hybrid of Indian music, British indie rock, and contemporary dance, but with the release of a third full-length album, When I Was Born for the 7th Time, the group's multicultural fusions made it an instant critics' darling. Taking their name from a common stereotype of Indians in England — that they all own small, corner grocery shops — Cornershop were formed by singer/songwriter, guitarist, and dholki player Tjinder...
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