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BRETON: a take away show

June 11, 2012 by


From what I can discern, La Blogotheque is a class site. But it’s been a few years since I took French in uni, so it’s mostly just a mess of letters and words to me. Where they’ve really made a name for themselves is their video content, specifically the “A Take Away Show” series. To […]


March 21, 2012 by


STREAM: “The Well” This is the most fully-realised song from Breton yet. “Interference,” the new single out from 19 March, is quite the dancefloor filler. Much like Is Tropical, they smartly straddle the line between a weird and accessible that keeps the listener around for more than a few trifling listens. Their debut album, Other […]


June 10, 2011 by


It’s good to see an artist grow up. Not that Breton was ever “immature” per se, but watching them develop from an obscure micro-artist to a hotly-tipped group inked to the formidable FatCat Records is invigorating as a music fan. For a free download, wander by this page here. To make things even better, they […]