Nerdy 20-something frontman Fred MacPherson of Spector has pretty much done it all, now they have just been named as one of fifteen rising stars on the BBC Sound of 2012 artists list http://www.bbc.co.uk/music/soundof/2012/. Prior to starting this new project late last year, he was previously seen moving and shaking in indie stalwarts Les Incompetents as well as the darker sound Ox.Eagle.Lion.Man. In between all of this, he also found time to go on an 18-month romance with Peaches Geldof – your cup runneth over, Fred! In Spector, however, we see MacPherson turn towards slightly more experimental waters. Yes – the pop structures of his previous work are still evident, but the sounds are denser, awashed in 60s-production and over-powering. A little bit like Mike Flowers meets My Bloody Valentine. Earlier in the year they played the Camden Crawl, but if you weren't there then you still have time to make your own mind up when they release their second single later this summer.
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