Beat The Radar – 18,19,20,21,22

Beat The Radar

Few record labels consistently impress me as much as Manchester’s Akoustik Anarkhy. Latest signings Beat The Radar just keep getting better, and better, and better with each passing day it seems. If you thought first single Telephone Conversation was good (and I really, really did) then you’re in for a real treat with this one. Beat The Radar have produced an absolutely perfect indie pop record. The sort of balls-out anthem that made bands like The Cribs famous. The sort of track that just makes you want to crank up the volume, jump about with your mates and have a beer. The sort of track that has “classic” written all over it. I’ve had this on repeat all evening and I just can’t see myself ever getting bored of it. I really hope it happens for them. The last band on aA that made me scream their name from the rooftops was the outstanding Autokat, that sadly never broke out much beyond the Manchester circuit. I really hope it happens for Beat The Radar, they’ve an album out next month and I’m very, very excited about it.

They’re playing The Deaf Institute on November 13th. Grab your mates, have a beer and go fucking mental.

8/10

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2 responses to “Beat The Radar – 18,19,20,21,22

  1. wild_boy

    “(Autokat) sadly never broke out much beyond the Manchester circuit.”
    Autokat had their album released in Japan, twonk.

  2. “(Autokat) sadly never broke out much beyond the Manchester circuit.”

    Their album came out here as well on aA. I am aware of this.

    Please read properly before posting in the future.

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