Tuesday, September 01, 2009

Little Boots

It's been a tough year for Victoria Hesketh. Lauded to the heavens at the start of the year, interest in her music waned as the months wore on and she was overtaken in the public consciousness by the likes of Florence Welch.

However, if the crowd packing the NME tent is anything to go by, critical acclaim is a long way secondary to public acclaim. Little Boots give the music press a collective kicking as they shimmer their way through 'Earthquake', grind through a throbbing 'New In Town' and hammer out 'Mathematics'.

Any yes, I know it was raining. But the rain may have got people into the show, but it had nothing to do with how few people were leaving.


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