Taking in elements of dark psychedelia, hazy folk, stoner rock and post-metal – without relying on stereotypical tropes normally associated with heavy music – Denmark’s Get Your Gun create a deliciously dark world of their own. They will release their full-length The Worrying Kind in the UK on November 20th via Louder Than War / Empty… Read More Mad Mackerel Recommends… Get Your Gun
Louisville’s Twin Limb bring post-punk guitar sprinklings to their psych infused dream-pop, matching it with soaring vocals, percussion, and slowly-kneaded accordion. Taken from forthcoming EP Anything Is Possible and Nothing Makes Sense, first single Don’t Even Think, is a soothing number that pulls on the nostalgia strings of anyone who wished Laetitia Sadier fronted Mercury Rev. .
A day late, but none the worse for all that. Here is this week’s jukebox jury selection for your listening edification. Hit or miss? You pick… . Jake McMullen – Always Single [RIYL: Singer-songwriters, James Vincent McMorrow, Ryan Adams] . Grassfight – Breaking Up Pigeons [RIYL: Psych-rock, Spacemen 3, Spoon] . Boys – Believe Anything [RIYL: Garage… Read More Nickel In The Jukebox (Vol 5)
We have already posted Dead Man Walking the first single from psych-tinged indie rockers Coke Weed’s forthcoming album Mary Weaver. Now we have the follow-up for you in the shape of New Jive, which boasts a muscular central riff, some glam rock tendencies and a satisfyingly woozy undercurrent. Have a listen here. .
Still riding the sonic wave of the electric 60s, four-piece band The Tailbreakers formed in 2014 in Toronto. With a mission to deliver to their audience the pioneering sounds of underground rock and roll, garage-beat and psychedelia, their self-titled album is just out and recalls the vintage days of analog, live-off-the-floor recording techniques and reintroduces the listener… Read More Introducing >>> The Tailbreakers
This weekend, why not relax with our regular pick of the best new releases and tunes of the past seven days. Father John Misty – The Memo Israel Nash – The Fire & The Flood Joanna Newsom – Leaving The City Bruising – Emo Friends Mount Moriah – Calvander Wytches – Darker Waters – Up Up… Read More Nine Songs You Should Have Heard This Week
Tedo Stone’s new album Marshes is an enthralling fusion of throwback southern vibes, indie rock hooks and a wall-of-sound resonance. Landing somewhere between Dinosaur Jr’s wailing guitars and Neil Young’s raw emotion, and shot through with T. Rex-styled big amp fuzz and soaring post-rock solos, it is a record of deep grooves and assured writing that is well worth… Read More MM Shorts 779: Tedo Stone
With their imminent second album Mythologies due on 30th October, Cheatahs have announced a new single Signs To Lorelei through Wichita Recordings. An early highlight of the album, the single is reminiscent of a 70s Sci-Fi soundtrack, easing into view before evolving into a glorious, cascading swathe of sonic beauty. Have a listen. .
It is Wednesday, so that means it is time for ten new tunes from the virtual jukebox and for you to decide on their merits…or otherwise! Holy Esque – Strange (RIYL: Post-punk, The Twilight Sad, Frightened Rabbit) . Mainland – Not As Cool As Me (RIYL: Surf-rock, Weezer, The Clash) . Debris Of Titan… Read More Nickel In The Jukebox (Vol 4)
We’re loving this track, and this video, from Memphis psych-punk outfit NOTS. Reactor is not a new song per se having previously seen a release on Goner Records last year, but as recent signings to the excellent Heavenly Records, their album We Are Nots will now be released in the UK too, coming out on… Read More New Video: NOTS – Reactor