Neon Plastix release their long awaited Debut LP “Awesome Moves” after taking what seems like one hell of a siesta. The album is chock full of electro tinged dancefloor pop, including On Fire (138,000+ My Space plays), Gentlemen’s Gold (107,394 My Space plays) and ten other future smashes. Album will be preceded by single Gentlemen’s Gold. The band have achieved a cult following both in the UK, Europe and USA, despite having only released 2 singles to date (Neon Invasion/Prick Tease, On Fire/Dream), and secured deals along the way with E.A Games ‘Need For Speed’ and Sony Eriksson for use of their music. Neon Plastix have played multitudes of dates across Europe, even including a spot at Glastonbury, as well as touring with Late Of The Pier amongst others (who they also remixed). After they declared an inevitable hiatus whilst some members finished college courses and such, the band have woke up and rubbed their eyes, dusted themselves down and are ready to release their debut album “Awesome Moves”. "These new-wave songs force a grin regardless of gender. An impassioned and feel-good statement of intent." NME / "This one's sure to go mental. Think pop-punk new wave disco floorfiller.” Rough Trade / "Doesn’t it just conjure up the pungent whiff of hair gel and cheap fluorescent spirits?" Drowned In Sound… Confirmed Reviews: NME, Loud & Quiet, Clash, Rocksound, Scootering, Drowned in sound . Reference Points: Talking Heads, Devo, Klaxons, La Roux, Late of The Pier, Crystal Castles, Simian Mobile Disco, LCD Soundsystem, Gang of Four, Metronomy, The Juan Maclean. On the Web: blowuprecords.com / neonplastix.com….
Track listing : 1 Halfway To Love (3:39), 2. On Fire (3:55), 3. Gentlemen’s Gold (4:00), 4. 18-30s (4:54), 5. Electricity (3:32), 6. Death To Disco (4:32), 7. Dream (3:12), 8. Prick Tease (3:09), 9. Fashion Icon (3:09), 10. What’s So Funny? (4:00), 11. Neon Invasion (4:12), 13. Indecisions (4:21)
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