Two celebrated musicians combine in explosive effect. It's almost like peering backstage at a Grammys Awards held 20 years back when all the nominees really, really cared about winning. Things get ugly - DIY
'Funn' (out March 10) is the first track to emerge from Cash+David. If asked to describe their sound, the London-based pair might tell you "Singing 'Like A Virgin' in a desert karaoke booth, with Sleigh Bells on percussion and M83 on guitars". Regardless, Funn's sinuous meld of crunch guitar and disembodied vocals feels indicative of the vibrant electro we can expect from the enigmatic duo in 2014.
A self-billed 'co-operative garage band', Cash+David share all writing, production and mixing credits across their material, and are just as likely to draw inspiration from the Beastie Boys and The Knife records in their collection, as Tom Waits and Shostakovich.
Make sure to follow Cash+David on their journey towards greatness Hilly Dilly Monstrous guitars and shiny synthetics that could slot right into a Chvrches record - Fake DIY
This duo immediately shows their ability to mix a diverse collection of electronic sounds - The Music Ninja
Brief squalls of guitar crunchiness add unexpectedly jagged textures - Line of Best Fit