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That New Band Smell: No Spill Blood

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ATL | 20:48 UK time, Tuesday, 12 June 2012

 

Hello y'all. Phily Taggart here back with three brand new inductees to the Across The Line playlist. There is a fierce musk of these three too. They may well be our most pungent triplet to date. Check it!

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No Disco - Going Away
This band are Ronseal, there most definitely is no disco contained in this little diamond of angst. They channel local influences A Plastic Rose and The Good Fight in this track. A very encouraging introduction to these North Coast rapscallions.

Darrell Coyle - Everybody Breaks
At only 18 years old Darrell Coyle is the green horn of this weeks New Band Smell. Hailing from Derry City and studying music in Liverpool, his is the traditional brand of heart on sleeve acoustic melancholy. His voice is strong, his melodies are bang on and we are certain that this will be the beginning of a blossoming relationship with Coyle and Across The Line.

No Spill Blood - Good Company
We have a real treat to finish of this weeks That New Band Smell. They are No Spill Blood, a bit of a Southern supergroup containing members from Adebsi Shank, Hooray For Humans and Crayonsmith. They formed in the Winter of 2011 shrouded in mystery, playing inaugural secret shows around Dublin, sometimes even going under a different moniker. This track will rattle the fillings at the back of your teeth (presuming you have poor dental hygiene), it's ferocious in rhythm and nature. We are loving it. With a mooted album coming out on Sargent House Records (Home of Russian Circles), we are frothing with anticipation.

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