Hailing from a quiet town on the outskirts of London, Flower Fellow, aka seventeen year old Colette Olive’s influences were icons such as Janis Joplin, Jeff Buckley and Stevie Nicks. She also found inspiration in literature, particularly Sylvia Plath and Virginia Wolf. Her blend of minimalist folkish-pop is marked by lovely vocals and minimalist instrumentation. Check… Read More MM Shorts 768: Flower Fellow
A day late, but surely none the worse for all that, our collection of some of the best tracks from last week. Low – Lies The Mantles – Doorframe Laura Stevenson – Torch Song Lanterns On The Lake – Faultiness Heaters – Gum Drop Nai Harvest – Ain’t That Enough (Teenage Fanclub cover) Alien Hand… Read More Eight Songs You Should Have Heard This Week
Inspired by the changing landscapes of the East Kent coastline and time spent writing songs isolated in a beach hut with just a notebook and no electricity, Canterbury based singer songwriter Emily Watts will release her debut five track EP From the Blue on the 18th September. Drawing influences from Cat Power, Joni Mitchell and… Read More Introducing >>> Emily Watts
With Demons LA based sisters Summer Twin might have one of the catchiest and most infectious jams of the summer. A nigh on perfect mix of surf licks, 60s garage and not-as-innocent-as-it-looks pop, it comes from forthcoming album Limbo which is out via Burger records in October. .
We love Protomartyr! Their new record The Agent Intellect is due on 9th October via Hardly Art and they’ve shared the brilliant Dope Cloud, a new song from the full-length. The almost-anthem deals in a currency of lost ownership and the futility of creature comforts, as Joe Casey’s lyrics paint mental images of a “saltmine racist gang”… Read More Protomartyr – Dope Cloud
Although they have been around a little while, Spray Paint are pretty new to us and their pulsating brand of hypnotic, full-on punk rock has been one of our favourite discoveries. Having already released one album this year, now they are readying another one, Dopers, for release in October. It was recorded last August in the middle… Read More New From Spray Paint
Different to the sprawling studio affair of her 2014 epic The Innocents, Weyes Blood’s newest foray, Cardamom Times, alters tropes of classicist folk arrangements with echo chambers, flutes, organ, and manipulated tapes to locate ‘timeless romance’ in the face of digital envelopment and urban decay. Listen to the lovely title track below which has plenty of… Read More Weyes Blood – Cardamom Times EP
Watch the lovely new video from Sea Of Bees for their track Test Yourself, taken from recent album Build A Boat To The Sun. . .
More delicious, demented, fuzzed out freakery has come our way via Love Buzzard. Download/stream the psyched-out garage punk of latest track Wild below. It comes from debut album Antifistamines. .
It has been nearly four years since we featured New York farm based band ⅔ Goat and their eclectic fusion of folk, blues, rock, and country that summoned the likes of vintage era Cash & Carter with a contemporary spin. This time they are engaged in a unique recording project – digitally releasing two songs every two months until… Read More The Return Of ⅔ Goat