The Work Experience Music Review: I am the Cold Man, Klangstof and Laurel

The Work Experience Music Review: I am the Cold Man, Klangstof and Laurel

Laurel, 21, from London. Gorgeous and husky, apparently

Tuesday, May 3, 2016

It’s a Tuesday and therefore it’s time for another Work Experience Music Review on the Jon Holmes show. 

Say hello to Sian, this week’s workie music reviewer, who specialises in ‘music-y bits'.

Sian started off the review with folk indie duo I am the Cold Man and their latest track Home.

"Home is brilliant. It’s such a chilled out, reflective and emotional track,” Sian told Jon.

But she would say that - it turns out Michael and Tom from the band are actually her mates. Cheeky plug Sian?

Next...

Expect ‘exploding synth outbursts’ from Amsterdam’s indie electronic four piece, Klangstof. 

A new discovery for Sian, she described their song Amansworld as "dreamy and drowsy." Jon, however, had other ideas.

He reckoned it 'sounded like the theme song to a European children’s show for a character called ‘Yod'.

And finally...

Sian introduced Jon to her favourite artist of last month, 21 year-old Laurel from London and her record Life Worth Living.

"She’s got this gorgeous husky voice and this track is so haunting. I love it,” she enthused.