Interviews

Dutch Uncles

Glock Rock with the Clogs Off, Baby

Aug 20, 2013

Change is, in a musical climate at least, unquestionably a good thing. With its proud tradition of laddish, loutish Madchester and Britpop monoliths, however, Manchester, England is perhaps not the city you'd first associate with pop evolution. But perceptions of its music scene are altering and, along with the likes of fellow Mancunians Egyptian Hip Hop and Delphic, Dutch Uncles are producing intelligent pop music that gives Britain hope of catching up with its European and American forerunners. Under the Radar caught up with singer/pianist Duncan Wallis and drummer Andy Proudfoot for a chat in the heart of Manchester's trendy Northern Quarter. More


Reviews

Out of Touch in the Wild

Out of Touch in the Wild

MEMPHIS INDUSTRIES

Apr 09, 2013

Could it be that after an era of being shamed by America and France in particular, English pop music has finally got its act together? Following the likes of Egyptian Hip Hop, Alt-J, and Wild Beasts, Marple, England's Dutch Uncles seem to be spoiling their fellow countrymen with another serving of eminently enjoyable yet intelligent electronic pop.  More