LA based video guru Jeremiah Shuff has been digging in the video crates and chopped up some archive footage with film sequences to create 3 unofficial videos for tracks Raquel / Dream Cars / Sweatshop. You may have seen these at Neon Neon gigs as live visuals synced through some technical wizardry with the music… […]
To mark the release of their single, I Lust U, a duet between Gruff Rhys and Cate Le Bon, Neon Neon’s producer half Boom Bip has made an exclusive mix for Rolling Stone Magazine of classic Eighties duets, including David Bowie & Queen, Pet Shop Boys & Dusty Springfield and Kenny Rogers & Dolly Parton.
Boom Bip has made an exclusive Neon Neon mix for the AOL UK Spinner website. Packed full of heavyweight electronic gems, this is half an hour of solid bangers that stand the test of time. Download HERE. Tracklist below.
Neon Neon are on the front cover of this month’s BPM magazine in the US. Vocalist Gruff Rhys and beat-maker Bryan Hollon, aka. Boom Bip go into detail about the album, how it came about, the studio process and even some of the alternative names for the group. Download the magazine from their website HERE.
Boom Bip has made an amazing new Neon Neon mix exclusively for Pitchfork. The 35-minute set features 1980s and 90s pop, electronic, and disco tracks that served as inspirations for Neon Neon’s revved-up electro-pop, plus Neon Neon rarities and a few words by Har Mar Superstar.