Wednesday, 6 May 2015

The Marmite Sisters Twenty Tracks

The Marmite Sisters were first described to me as a mixture of The Smiths and The Fall but what was even more interesting was the fact that they were still at school. As someone who was still at school and in a band (description: a mix of The Velvet Underground and The Jesus & Mary Chain but rubbish) it was encouraging to find like minded souls; especially in an environment where most bands in Leicester were unclean goths pretending to be Led Zepplin. For me at the beginning The Marmite Sisters sounded more like a C86 version of the Buzzcocks “Times Up” era and evolved into an entirely different and varied beast by the end of their lifespan. Listen for the evolution from Part Time Goths to Semi Detached and feel what it was like to live in the arse end of the east midlands between 1987 and 1995 - Ian Percival, April 2015.

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