Jim Carroll

Music, Life and everything else

New Music – Gold Fields, Bipolar Sunshine, Nonono

New arrivals on the OTR talent radar from Australia, Manchester and Sweden

Say yes to Nonono

Thu, May 16, 2013, 14:00


Here are the latest New Music selections from the On The Record column in tomorrow’s edition of The Ticket. Please feel free to share tips below or check out all past New Music selections here.

Gold Fields

Australian band specialising in big-room pop-noir with a sizable wallop of infectious pop hooks. Their debut album “Black Sun” is currently winning over punters and pundits (“Moves” is the tune to check out for more), while the band are currently touring with Capital Cities.

Bipolar Sunshine

Manchester-based Adio Marchant is sure to feature in many despatches from this weekend’s Great Escape festival in Brighton. Mesmeric, enchanting tracks like “Fire” (below) and “Rivers” are chockablock with early potential.


As always, there’s a lot of music coming from Sweden which deserves your time and attention. We’re digging NONONO a lot this weather, especially for hands-in-the-air pop belters like “Pumpin’ Blood”.

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