Deptford Goth – Union & Feel Real

There’s a huge amount of hype surrounding Daniel Woodhouse’s musical project Deptford Goth as his debut album ‘Life After Defo’ was released earlier this week on Merok Records. As with the two tunes we’ve posted, Woodhouse’s fragile vocals explore sparse and atmospheric soundscapes and you can see why comparisons are being made with the DIY pop of James Blake and the post-dubstep of The XX. We’re very intrigued to see how this comes off live: sometimes it can sound bleak, but sometimes it can sound incredibly uplifting. He’s playing London’s Electrowerkz on April 24th, we suggest you grab a ticket now if you can.

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  1. […] Deptford Goth – Feel Real: Won over by the arresting power of Deptford Goth’s fragile pop, consider the hype for this […]

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