Shred Kelly’s third album, Sing To The Night, features their signature claw-hammer banjo riffs, layered ambient synth, powerhouse rock, and lush vocal harmonies – it a sound they refer to as stoke folk.. Have a listen to the title track, their latest single.
We’re coming to the end of the year and with Thanksgiving and all that, the new releases slowed ever so slightly this week. Here then is our round-up of wholesome new tracks from the past seven days, gathered from all corners for your listening edification… The Arcs – Young Strand Of Oaks – Wonderful (The Way… Read More Seven Songs You Should Have Heard This Week
Once again our list of admirable musically inspired films to watch has grown exponentially and here is an initial selection of some of our favourites…
Sea Caves’ new album Bright Forest (out on the 5th February) is an orchestral indie rock album filled with stories of longing and aspiration with hints of the ever-changing backdrop of the mountains and the forest. Weaving compositions with finger picking guitar, wide harmonies, dueling flutes, melodic bass, and launching keyboard lines, the Portland based four-piece has found… Read More MM Shorts 797: Sea Caves
On the 4th December Bloodshot Records will celebrate turning 21 with their first six-pack single release, Bloodshot Six Pack to Go: Working Songs for the Drinking Class, a limited edition run of 1,000 and as the title suggests, all themed around drinking songs. There are plenty of covers amongst them including JP Harris & the Tough Choices… Read More Deer Tick Cover The Pogues
Our regular collection of the best of the week’s new tunes. This week no less than x new tracks for you. The Felice Brothers – Carriage Smoke Fairies – Wild Winter Savages – T.I.W.Y.G. Meat Wave – Symmy Theo Verney – Sailed Long WALL – Fit The Part Cassie Ramone – Run Run Rudolph (Chuck… Read More Eight Songs You Should Have Heard This Week
North Collins self-titled debut album is a thoroughly beguiling work of layered orchestral arrangements, pop-folk simplicity, ambient sounds and cinematic textures; finding way to unique tensions and resolutions. The duo is comprised of Celine George and Robert Pycior (O’Death, Skeletonbreath). Listen to a couple of tracks below and order from Bandcamp here.
Guadalupe Plata could easily claim the title of most deathly delta blues outfit to ever emerge from Andalusia. Channelling red hot passion for the blues into Hispanic roots, theirs is a sound that lingers in the sunset like a voodoo curse. Using flamenco terms, they describe their process as straining to be podrío; to be rotten,… Read More Guadalupe Plata Announce New Album
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…