martes, 2 de marzo de 2010

Two door cinema club

A veces tienes que ver una banda en 50 blogs... Que aunque te suene el nombre...dices..para otro rato...Y cuando por fin el Spotify te la pone delante en la página de Inicio, dices: Venga ..ahora si que si, voy a ver cómo suenan! . Y empiezas a escuchar su Tourist History y te va gustando. Asi que, cómo no, tenían que estar en el blog.

Indie / Electrónica / Alternativa

Northern Irelanda


Este es uno de sus temas: "I can talk"

"Something good can work"

Pegadiza, alegre..perfecta para poner un rayo de sol a estos días lluviosos...

A falta de una muestra..tres!!
"Undercover Martyn"


TWO DOOR CINEMA CLUB | Vídeos musicales MySpace

Otra versión de esta última canción en YouTube.

TWO DOOR CINEMA CLUB are a music-mad trio whose rhythmic alt-pop draws on electronica, rock, Afro-beats and fizzes with invention and sparkling tunes

"I Can Talk" out now on Kitsuné.
The band is wearing second-hand creations by ANDREA CREWS and clothes by KITSUNE

Taken from their debut album 'Tourist History' out on 1st March 2010 (on Kitsuné / Cooperative Music)

Bio recogida en su Myspace:

Two Door Cinema Club are 3 people with the help of technology and a thirst for anything quirky. If you were to pose the question, “Where do Two Door Cinema Club live?” and someone was to answer, “Why, Bangor!” That someone would only be 66.67% correct because Two Door Cinema Club are a Bangor/Donaghadee based electro pop band. An obvious absence in the rhythm department is humbly filled by an unadulterated Macintosh and the electronic thump from the fourth imperceptible member goes hand in hand with the electro/pop direction. Their music has been loosely compared to the likes of Death Cab for Cutie and Broken Social Scene but without a definitive capacity to be pigeon-holed. Melodic vocals, which hail from all three members of the outfit, infuse with guitar riffs that have been described as “oceanic” and rhythm described as “pulsing”. To get the symbolism out of the way, take your seats; it’s going to be a blockbuster!

**Tourist history en el Spotify**

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