Review: Norwich Sound and Vision festival
- Credit: Charlotte Patmore/Chuff Media
It was good to see the Norwich Art Centre sold out on a Friday night, and with some great DJ's in the bar area there was a really good buzz about the place.
Get Inuit enter the stage to the theme tune of the Rugrats and blasted through some entertaining surf pop with clear nods to Wheatus and Weezer.
Tracks such as I am the Hot Air are well received.
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The headline act The Big Moon take to the stage in denim shorts and colourful shirts as if it were still the middle of Summer.
They rattle through a fuzzy blend of Elastica and the Breeders and after recent shows at the waterfront they've obviously picked up a strong local following as the enthusiastic crowd sing along in appreciation.
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Their recent album Love in the 4th Dimension was nominated for the Mercury Prize and just like the giant purple moon backdrop behind them, the London four-piece seem ready for bigger things in the not too distant future.