The Fat White Family have announced details of the release of Whitest Boy On The Beach, the first track from their forthcoming second album. The single is released on Friday 15th January on the band’s own Without Consent label. It is already a contender for grooviest song of the year – another brilliant slice of sleazy,… Read More New From The Fat White Family
A perfect ten (count ’em) rounded up for you this week, all fresh and emerging blinking into the daylight. Or something like that… Menace Beach – Holidays Are Heavy The Big Pink – High Times So Pitted – Rot In Hell The Pains Of Being Pure At Heart – Hell Pretty Vicious – Are You… Read More Ten Songs You Should Have Heard This Week
The weekend is imminent, the working week thankfully drawing to a close and here are some nice new videos of some nice new songs to kick off the break…
Our eighth collection of ten tunes for the virtual jukebox – give them a spin and decide hit… or miss. Passport To Stockholm – Let Me Know [RIYL: Indie-folk, Lanterns on the Lake, Loch Lomond] Ripper – On The Curb [RIYL: Punk, Germs, Dead Kennedys] Trotting Bear – Hesitate [RIYL: Folk, Sufjan… Read More Nickel In The Jukebox (Vol. 8)
Here are a few more new videos that we’ve been enjoying ready for your viewing pleasure. Dive into new offerings from J Fernandez, Eskimeaux, Blitzen Trapper, Drenge, Destruction Unit, The Hanging Stars, Bully and Valley Maker. . . . . . . . . .
Our collection extends to no less than ten sweet new tracks for you this week, lovingly gathered up from the past seven days like shells from a beach. Or something like that… Torres – Special (Garbage cover) Scott & Charlene’s Wedding – Bennie And The Jets Julien Baker – Brittle Boned Beach Baby – Limousine… Read More Ten Songs You Should Have Heard This Week
Expertly blending elements of noise pop, krautrock, dreamy indie rock, and shoegaze, Brooklyn based quartet Operator have shared their debut single, I, Banana. Pulling inspiration from artists such as Stereolab and Beak> the single is a consciousness burrowing mix of motorik rhythms and interlocking analog synth grooves. Check it out below. .
It has been a good while since we’ve heard from Australian dream-poppers, The Oyster Murders. The good news is that they are back with a new single – When You’re Wrong is a wash of distorted pop melodies, overdriven guitars and analog synths. This is the band’s first release since their 2013 Mourning Birds EP and it… Read More MM Shorts 748: The Oyster Murders
Even if you’re unfamiliar with L.A based Angel Deradoorian’s name, you’re likely familiar with her voice. As the former bassist and vocalist for Dirty Projectors, or as a member of Avey Tare’s Slasher Flicks, and she also sang on Flying Lotus’ Siren Song. Her debut LP, The Expanding Flower Planet (out on 21st August via Anticon) reflects a… Read More Mad Mackerel Recommends… Deradoorian
Despite it being the summer months, the quality and quantity of new releases coming our way shows no signs of slowing – quite the opposite in fact. Here then is part one of our round up of fifteen picks from the past seven days. 1. Mac DeMarco – I’ve Been Waiting For Her 2. Lowest… Read More Fifteen Songs You Should Have Heard This Week (Part One)