With radio air play and superlatives flashing in all directions at the rebellious and exciting new indie electro punk darlings 100 Fables it is clear to see why the young Glasgow quartet has been receiving so much flushing adulation, which has extended way past the local scene and into a national stratosphere. Seeped in a caffeinated and luxuriously rich undertone of dirty electro beats, vocalist Lynsey Liora pierces through the discord with deliciously accrued harmonies, which reminisce of Karen O in the heart of a filthy neon Brooklyn dance floor in the late 80s, it’s really quite wonderful

The repetitive ramalama of Blink 182 and The Ramones mixes with the glorious synth pop of Blondie at the heart of 100 Fables’ music, but in the mix there’s the experimentation of Talking Heads, the theatricality of Arcade Fire and the festival-ready way with an anthemic chorus like The Killers and Panic At The Disco.