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Four Bands on the Saviour Playlist Right Now

1) Giant Steps

Bluesy Berkshire trio Giant Steps are pretty new to our playlist and well worth checking out. The lads claim inspiration from Weller and like a lot of pub rock, punk and mod revival-era bands of the late 70s, they invoke great r’n’b artists as though by doing so they’ll absorb some of that renowned soul.

Top Track: Cut Me To Pieces

Myspace: https://www.myspace.com/giantstepsmusic/

2) Cold War Kids

Prepare to hear about robbers, rapists and religion from Californian four-piece Cold War Kids – all through primitive beats, thumping drums and the distinctive, jagged yowls of lead singer Nathan Willett. Check out new album Mine Is Yours Mine for some palatable indie-rock filed alongside The White Stripes and Jeff Buckley.

Top Track: Bulldozer

Myspace: https://www.myspace.com/coldwarkids

3) stone island dark grey tracksuit The Vaccines

This London quartet have probably been hyped a bit too much for our, and their, liking but it’s clear to say these chaps are living up to it. Many tracks seem to be little explosions of pleasure (no sniggers please), some even coming in at under the two-minute mark, and they deliver a sound that circulates a mix of poppy west coast and dour’n’dirty New York drone-rock which just…works.

Top Track: Wreckin’ Bar

Myspace: https://www.myspace.com/thevaccines/music

4) The Answering Machine

This Manchester trio have been simmering on our radar for a few years and still don’t seem to be getting the credit they deserve. They’re one of those bands that makes you want northern soul, too. Evident hints of The Undertones and some semblances of early Blur come across to us, and we’re endeared by their love of anoraks with toggles, frisbees and knitwear. It’s like 1985 all over again.

Top Track: It’s Over! It’s Over! It’s Over.

Myspace: https://www.myspace.com/theansweringmachine