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'Urban Turban' Cornershop CD album

Cornershop are pleased to announce the release of their new longplayer, the Urban Turban album: 'Cornershop are here to crank the sun to 11 & the smiles to infinity..effortless joy in every groove here.' 4/5 Timeout  Spin 8/10 Pitchfork 7/10 The Sun 4/5 Sunday Express 5/5

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‘The beast of winter is slain & what better way to celebrate than with some solar flared grooves courtesy of Cornershop?’ The Quietus

‘Urban Turban’ is a walk through the hard-drive of Tjinder Singh's head – it’s a summer breeze with an autobahn of electronic sound, Swedish and French songstresses, Lancashire primary school singers, and a throwback to his Indian folk roots (or as he calls it, the pre-cursor to hip-hop itself)…Whilst many other groups seem to have got themselves stuck in a time of austerity (for the past decade), Cornershop continue to showcase all they want, in their own time – it’s a longer route but one that has solid foundation and respect.

‘Urban Turban’ is a walk through the hard-drive of Tjinder Singh's head – it’s a summer breeze with an autobahn of electronic sound, Swedish and French songstresses, Lancashire primary school singers, and a throwback to his Indian folk roots (or as he calls it, the pre-cursor to hip-hop itself)…Whilst many other groups seem to have got themselves stuck in a time of austerity (for the past decade), Cornershop continue to showcase all they want, in their own time – it’s a longer route but one that has solid foundation and respect.

'Urban Turban' Cornershop CD album <p><span style="font-size: 12pt;">‘The beast of winter is slain & what better way to celebrate than with some solar flared grooves courtesy of Cornershop?’ <strong>The Quietus</strong></span></p> <p><span style="font-size: 12pt;"><strong>‘Urban Turban’</strong> is a walk through the hard-drive of <strong>Tjinder Singh</strong>'s head – it’s a summer breeze with an autobahn of electronic sound, <strong>Swedish</strong> and <strong>French</strong> songstresses, <strong>Lancashire</strong> primary school singers, and a throwback to his <strong>Indian</strong> folk roots (or as he calls it, the pre-cursor to hip-hop itself)…Whilst many other groups seem to have got themselves stuck in a time of austerity (for the past decade), <strong>Cornershop</strong> continue to showcase all they want, in their own time – it’s a longer route but one that has solid foundation and respect.</span></p> <p><span style="font-size: 12pt;"><strong>‘Urban Turban’</strong> is a walk through the hard-drive of <strong>Tjinder Singh</strong>'s head – it’s a summer breeze with an autobahn of electronic sound, <strong>Swedish</strong> and <strong>French</strong> songstresses, <strong>Lancashire</strong> primary school singers, and a throwback to his <strong>Indian</strong> folk roots (or as he calls it, the pre-cursor to hip-hop itself)…Whilst many other groups seem to have got themselves stuck in a time of austerity (for the past decade), <strong>Cornershop</strong> continue to showcase all they want, in their own time – it’s a longer route but one that has solid foundation and respect.</span></p> <p><iframe src="https://w.soundcloud.com/player/?url=https%3A//api.soundcloud.com/playlists/1674923%3Fsecret_token%3Ds-jGGKo&auto_play=false&hide_related=false&show_comments=true&show_user=true&show_reposts=false&visual=true" frameborder="no" scrolling="no" width="100%" height="450"></iframe></p>
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