Never Enough Notes’ ADVENT 2010 // 16.12.10

Every day in December, we are bringing you a special musical treat everyday! So do check back to see what else we have in store tomorrow!

Today we’re giving away a special Christmas track by Neon Highwire. Here’s a bit about them, and the track below. Certainly a party piece!

Neon Highwire is three determined men from two countries with one goal: to make you dance like a grizzly bear on a Turkish hotplate. If it weren’t for a series of happy coincidences involving stolen shoes, broken synthesisers and port, it may never have happened. A fusion of dirty electro and angular post-rock guitar soundscapes, their sound is strapped onto intricate structures with three part vocals that amplify and propel the songs to their irresistible climaxes.

Formed in late 2008, Neon Highwire wander confused around the streets of London, forcing themselves upon the general public melodically and erotically with their musicianship; and their £5 haircuts. They’ve performed at 93 Feet East, The Old Blue Last and 333 amongst others, and are fast building a reputation for inhumanly energetic performances and an ability to get even the most hard line ‘Standing Stillers’ dancing their tits off. It’s an electroplosion.

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Download Here: Neon Highwire – Terrorzone (H!P Sickness Remix)

Their debut EP, Luminescence, was released digitally on 14th December 2009 cementing a year of incredible musical development for the threesome, and their impact has been rippling far and wide, much like SARS. In addition to multiple plays on Tom Robinson’s show on BBC 6 Music, Neon Highwire has been played on a variety of radio shows including Chicago’s Westside Will & Andy Quirk’s Hits Of The Near Future.

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Kim is NEN's Founder, 'Head Word Herder' and entrepreneur. Being published in Music Week, featured on the BBC and music zeitgeist on loaded.tv are just some of her accolades. She also moderates for Tom Robinson's Fresh On The Net.

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