"If you like La Roux and Ellie Goulding, Chvrches are every bit as catchy, clever and danceable."

Temples

Huge, echoing drums, trippy harmonies and spiralling guitars create the Alice in Wonderland psychedelia that is Temples' sound. They've been threatening to break through for months and won gushing endorsements from Noel Gallagher. They'll blow-up in 2014. 

Playing

Manchester, Gorilla, 14 November

Hipster rating: Four moustaches

 

Drenge

These Derbyshire-bred garage rockers have set the bar high for live performance. You might think that there's nowhere to go with the standard guitar/drums formula, but Drenge's Glastonbury show was so profound critics were quick to tout them as future headliners.

Playing

Newcastle, The Cluny, 3 October

Hipster rating: three and a half moustaches

 

Mount Kimbie

London electro duo Mount Kimbie make the sort of intelligent dance music that moves your feet and your mind when you watch them live. Their second album was released earlier this year so this could
be your last chance to catch them in a relatively low-key venue like this.

Playing

Leeds, Stylus, 12 November

Hipster rating: Four moustaches

 

Jagwa Ma

This Sydney-based duo are spearheading the baggy revival. Blending headspinning harmonies, taut basslines and danceable beats, their  debut album, Howlin', won them critical acclaim earlier this year.  Buy a bucket hat and some maracas - Happy Mondays' style is back!

Playing

Glasgow, King Tut's Wah Wah Hut, 17 October

Hipster rating: Five moustaches

 

Chvrches 

Glasgow three-piece Chvrches make electro pop that shimmers with 80s gold dust. If you like La Roux and Ellie Goulding, Chvrches are every bit as catchy, clever and danceable. Just in case you 

were wondering, it's pronounced 'Churches'. 

Playing

Sheffield, Leadmill, 12 October

Hipster rating: Three moustaches

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