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GOLDFRAPP: Rocket. The musical pioneers wave goodbye to their brand of aching fragility here to dance around their handbags for a spot of straight up glitterball electro disco.

DUB PISTOLS featuring Rodney P: Ganja. The kind of quickfire melodics they do so well with Rod steering the blend of hip hop, dub and reggae with a natural sunsplash feelgood factor. This has got to be brilliant live.

PALOMA FAITH: Upside Down. Sets off like some surreal nursery rhyme and never seems to mature that much.

OFFICER KICKS: Automatic. If their musical kick really is only as powerful as this they could struggle to force their way out of a paper bag. Noise without too much substance.

THE PHENOMENAL HANDCLAP BAND: Baby. A pure Motown flashback moment from the New Yorkers riddled with a spirit of gently spontaneous charm.
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Title Annotation:Features
Publication:Huddersfield Daily Examiner (Huddersfield, England)
Date:Mar 15, 2010
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