Combining their affects of indie rock and roll, techno, and hip-hop, Yes Boss stormed Britain’s dance/garage area underground using a string of vinyl singles in 2006. Located in Leeds, Britain, the tag group of vocalist/rapper Noah (blessed Noah Dark brown) and electro beat-maker Gavron (blessed Gavin Lawson) received far more airplay on radio and in significant dance night clubs than regular indie artists, because of assistance from their label, Dance to the air. Noah’s razor-sharp wit, stinging sarcasm, and like for horror films created singles like “Indie Children” and “Tongues in Knots,” which presented labelmate and ¡Forwards, Russia! frontman Tom Woodhead; the latter came into BBC’s Best 30 for independent singles in 2006. The developing notoriety helped build momentum for his or her debut album, Appear Busy, which showed up the following yr.