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The Radiator Experts


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Having long been resigned to and content with the fact that Nottingham would only ever play host (through a bunch of great venues) to burgeoning talent it was an unexpected delight to stumble across the ‘Experts via recomendations. Instantly enjoyable theirs is a type of music undeniably condemned to but not confined by the particularly overused tag of “summer pop” recalling The Beach Boys and The Byrds as well as St. Etienne’s dreamy splendour. And, like everything that gets unceremoniously thrust under this category their music is truly, gloriously simple. One guitar set to the ABC of riffs and the chirpiest of solos, the bass set to, erm, be a bass and a keyboardist (Becky) who not only sets up the rhythm for Ben’s somewhat expansive solos but also chimes that can only be described as, well…plinky-plonky. Tunes such as ‘alzheimers’ from their ace 24 minutes 11 track Times Are Bad For Dreamers album (which is officially impossible to tire of no matter how many times it is played back to back) buzz with such a lo-fi genius that it’s impossible not to feel good to be alive however cynical a mood you have been in. Afterall who could resist *there were girls riding motorcycles to the poetry recitals…do do der do* something so charming with such wondrously beautiful inflections cannot be denied however cold your heart or however far in to this article you read before you inevitably say “ok sweet indie-pop charming local band wishy-washy no hopers, let’s move on…” WELL STOP FOR ONE HALF OF A SECOND MISTER(/Mrs/Miss/Ms/Other delete as applicable) because the Radiator Experts would like to borrow 24 minutes of your time to make your eyebrows dance and your heart sing.

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