Tuesday, July 14, 2009


We've got an absurd amount of Neon Gold events on in the weeks to come, but if you've only got room in your life for one night of Neon Gold raging, this should absolutely be it. In what we hope to establish as a monthly occurence in the months to come, Neon Gold Presents makes its proper London debut at Notting Hill Arts Club next Tuesday 21st July.

Starring our very own superstar-in-waiting Marina & The Diamonds playing live with support from hotly tipped experimental pop whiz Clock Opera, the live portion of the night alone is enough to warrant the negligible £4 entry fee. We’ve also got a sterling DJ lineup beyond the live stage though, highlighted by sets from Frankmusik, Russ Chimes and Starsmith, who together ride high as the three kings of London's electronic pop scene. With only £4 entry and this likely your last chance to catch Marina and co. in such an intimate setting, this is truly a can’t miss event. BE THERE.

Marina needs no introduction by this point, but Clock Opera is a brand new name on the scene and an extremely special talent in his own right. With his own unique "chop pop" approach to composing sample based pop masterpieces, he sounds like nothing we've ever heard before. "Once And For All" is his debut track and statement of intent, a swirling opus of chopped up samples and shimmering instrumentals that steadily builds before exploding into a climax of pulsing, emotive energy. Rumor has it the live show is something of a spectacle and you better believe we're over the moon to have him supporting Marina at Neon Gold Presents next week. Yes mate.

MP3: "Once And For All" - Clock Opera


jehan said...

when are the Neon Gold yes mate t-shirts coming out?

Unknown said...

the clock opera track is gorgeous. reminds me of if antn hrkwk had a lead singer.

Breaking More Waves Blog said...

Haven't been as keen on a couple of the things you've put up recently (Your Twenties and Wolfgang we just find OK, although Wolfgang is growing on us...) but we really like this ! It sounds huge times one thousand. That's pretty big.

Carl said...

I'm no rumour-monger.

Anonymous said...

i'm dying over here in nyc without an opportunity to see marina live or buy an official release! help!