Tag Archives: Gus Unger-Hamilton

January to June 2017 – the writewyattuk review: the first six months …

Blue Aeroplanes frontman Gerard Langley on the band’s early days: “When we started out, we got out of Bristol as much as we could, but would often be third on the bill, playing without a soundcheck. We thought we’d just run … Continue reading

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To the power of 3WW – back in touch with Alt-J’s Gus Unger-Hamilton

This week saw the release of the brand new Alt-J LP, Relaxer, coming on the tail of this inventive trio’s Mercury Prize and Ivor Novello Award-winning 2012 debut An Awesome Wave and 2014’s No.1, Grammy and Brit Award-nominated This Is … Continue reading

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alt-J – This Is All Yours – a writewyattuk album review

From the spiralling choral introduction that sees us on our way, we’re clearly back in alt-J country on This is All Yours. But that’s not to say this is An Awesome Wave pt. II. The celebrated quartet – who won … Continue reading

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Hunger for the big time – the alt-J interview

There’s a real buzz about alt-J at present, with a band that met barely seven years ago set to release their second album, after major success with their debut. But keyboard player/vocalist Gus Unger-Hamilton seems fairly level-headed about the experience. Despite … Continue reading

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