Their roots may lie in indie rock but it was a mutual love for house and electroclash that convinced Dave Frecknall and Julianne Shawe to form Nakatomi Towers. Taking the best of both worlds, they create music that’s pop-savvy and infectiously danceable. It’s these qualities that have landed them support slots for the likes of Little Boots and the XX – which is no mean feat, especially when you consider they’ve only been together seven months. And in addition to their own songs, they keep themselves busy remixing tracks for other artists and taking their barnstorming DJ sets to club nights throughout the country. They’re currently working on material for their first EP, which is due later this year.
by Patrick Conboy / January 14th, 2010 /