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BBC Sound of 2009: The Big Pink

Fifteen of the best rising music stars were announced as the longlist for the BBC's Sound of 2009.

THE BIG PINK

The Big Pink

This London duo use gritty beats, droning guitars, abstract effects and dreamy vocals to create a soundscape that is arty yet tuneful. They are currently supporting experimental rock heroes TV On the Radio.

Milo Cordell is son of 1960s pop producer Denny and runs the Merok label, which has released cutting-edge dance acts Klaxons and Crystal Castles. Robbie Furze is a former guitarist with electro-punk singer Alec Empire.



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