Posted in Music | By Richard Mellor
20/05 2010

The Laurel Collective

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Screw genres.  That seems to be the mindset of The Laurel Collective, a London sixpiece who veer from blues to soul to electronica to rock with all the consistency of a drunken high-heeled pre-teen waltzing around Leicester Square.   A bohemian spirit and experimental enthusiasm are probably to blame thank.  The only constant is a general good-time-ness - visible amid the down-tempo murkiness of Cruel Thing, the screechy hooks of Jelly Bird and definitely the chanty rock-funk of Vuitton Blues.  Somehow, you just know that they’d be a scream live – especially at their monthly residency at Dalston’s Stag’s Head.

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MP3: The Laurel Collective – Fax of Death

 

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