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Cornershop

À propos de Cornershop

What's a corner shop? It's a place where you can get just about anything you need in tiny boxes, right? A place where necessities like toilet paper and razor blades often share shelf space with exotic condiments from the proprietor's own culture. Well, that's what this band gives you: songs with little bits of all the good stuff you can find in bigger packages elsewhere, plus the occasional bit in Punjabi, courtesy of singer Tjinder Singh. Hard to say exactly why it works so well, but the mix of Indie Rock guitars, dance club grooves, and cross-cultural instrumentation never sounds as forced as you might fear. Singh makes party records for people who usually prefer to discuss literature.

356x237

Cornershop

What's a corner shop? It's a place where you can get just about anything you need in tiny boxes, right? A place where necessities like toilet paper and razor blades often share shelf space with exotic condiments from the proprietor's own culture. Well, that's what this band gives you: songs with little bits of all the good stuff you can find in bigger packages elsewhere, plus the occasional bit in Punjabi, courtesy of singer Tjinder Singh. Hard to say exactly why it works so well, but the mix of Indie Rock guitars, dance club grooves, and cross-cultural instrumentation never sounds as forced as you might fear. Singh makes party records for people who usually prefer to discuss literature.

À propos de Cornershop

What's a corner shop? It's a place where you can get just about anything you need in tiny boxes, right? A place where necessities like toilet paper and razor blades often share shelf space with exotic condiments from the proprietor's own culture. Well, that's what this band gives you: songs with little bits of all the good stuff you can find in bigger packages elsewhere, plus the occasional bit in Punjabi, courtesy of singer Tjinder Singh. Hard to say exactly why it works so well, but the mix of Indie Rock guitars, dance club grooves, and cross-cultural instrumentation never sounds as forced as you might fear. Singh makes party records for people who usually prefer to discuss literature.

À propos de Cornershop

What's a corner shop? It's a place where you can get just about anything you need in tiny boxes, right? A place where necessities like toilet paper and razor blades often share shelf space with exotic condiments from the proprietor's own culture. Well, that's what this band gives you: songs with little bits of all the good stuff you can find in bigger packages elsewhere, plus the occasional bit in Punjabi, courtesy of singer Tjinder Singh. Hard to say exactly why it works so well, but the mix of Indie Rock guitars, dance club grooves, and cross-cultural instrumentation never sounds as forced as you might fear. Singh makes party records for people who usually prefer to discuss literature.

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