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On the increasingly influential Come Play With Me imprint from Leeds this is a split 7" between to completely disparate groups. Maggie8 you'll know if you've paid any attention to our pages over the last few years. They play a kind of hindu indie pop  - the Housemartins meets Bollywood. On the other side are Ceiling Demons who we haven't heard yet but seeing as though they are a hip hop group resident in the Yorkshire Dales I'd hazard a guess we'd be interested.  


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9 people love this record. Be the 10th!
8/10 Clinton Staff review, 07 October 2016

I'm not sure why this is so late coming in. I think it might be something to do with me accidentally deleting one of Phil's emails while he was away. 

Anyway we have it now. This is a split from two completely different sounding groups from the land we know and love as Yorkshire. Maggie8 have a history here at the towers, they comprise of ageless former Hood guitarist Mark Wright and an assortment of pals. Their track here is a lovely slab of tuneful indie pop given extra class by Niv Pisharoti's delicious vocals. Chiming indie pop your mum used to make.

Overleaf is something completely different. Ceiling Demons are a hip-hop troupe out of that mecca of the boom-bap Richmond in North Yorkshire. They produce a kind of Young Fathers - like hip hop with a catchy chorus and noticeably Yorkshire accented rhymes. Careful out there lads, I heard that if you walk into the wrong street in Richmond you might get a stuffed olive in your ass. 


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