Something for the Weekend

Amazing how something so quiet and introverted could be so radical, but Young Marble Giants were revolutionary at a time when every other band was being shouty and noisy. I remember being hypnotised the first time I heard them on John Peel and they still sound remarkable.

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  1. davyh says:

    Alison Statton, I will always love you x

  2. Simon says:

    Oh dear, Davy’s Alison alarm went off early this morning then?!??!

  3. LondonLee says:

    He must have an app for that.

  4. davyh says:

    A Statton app – now there’s an idea…

  5. Bazmeister says:

    Seeing them at Dingwalls in February. I’m going to have to put them on repeat before then to avoid giving my wife more evidence that (musically at least) she made the wrong choice.

  6. londonlee says:

    Two questions:

    They’re back together?

    Dingwalls is still open???

    I think I’m more surprised by the second one.

  7. Walter says:

    Young! Marble! Giants! never had a band a better name according to their music. One of the greatest records ever. Never heard any fragile sound like this again (exept Cowboy Junkies). And yes – Allison is wonderful

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