There is something beguiling in the wonderful mix of guitar and electronica; analogue meets digital sounds at the core of this first song from The Noise Who Runs soon-to-drop long-player Preteretrospective. It’s a heady mix which joins the dots between goth and new wave, between post-punk and hip-hop and, more specifically, between scenes like 70’s Sheffield’s experimental scene and Manchester of the nineties when dance and rock music stopped being sworn enemies and positioned themselves as opposites that attract…

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