Alt-J win Mercury Music Prize

Obvie I'm happy about this: Alt-J have beaten off the clearly inferior competition to win the 2012 Mercury Music Prize. I've been repeatedly listening to the Cambridge-based quartet's album, which went from five years in the making to very quickly hitting the mainstream, since its release earlier this year. 

If you haven't heard it, listen to An Awesome Wave HERE

You can also read an interview with them in DrunkenWerewolf Magazine in our issue which launched yesterday. Pick up free in Bristol, UK, or subscribe to read online HERE

Or just wet your taste buds with the creepy reverse who-dunnit video for single Breezeblocks

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