Live Review: The Japanese House – Manchester

The Japanese House Gorilla, Manchester, May 2017 Words: Alicia Boukersi Photos: Tara Atkinson Standing in line for the venue, it’s not hard to tell who will be joining me- any teenage girl within a 300 meter vicinity holding an iPhone and wearing an over sized denim jacket is guaranteed to be screaming their lungs out … Continue reading

Just Listen: The Japanese House – Saw You In A Dream

The Japanese House Words: Nick Bewes I have been a fan of Amber Bain, aka The Japanese House, for around two years, ever since hearing Cool Blue. Her brand of dreamy but clever pop is right up my street. Her new track Saw You in a Dream continues to show off her credentials as a … Continue reading

Just Listen: The Japanese House – Cool Blue

The Japanese House Listen to Cool Blue here: The vocal layering on Cool Blue against the repetitive guitar at the start of this track is a damn smart move by The Japanese House because it grabs your attention but in an undemanding way. It captures the imagination and before it gets a chance to become … Continue reading

Just Listen: The Japanese House – Still

The Japanese House Listen to Still here: I’ll admit I was wholly confused by this track when I first heard it. Is this 1975? What’s going on. And no, it’s not – even though you can clearly hear Matt Healey’s stamp all over it. The track is wholeheartedly that of 19 year old singer producer … Continue reading

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