Eleven Songs You Should Have Heard This Week

Our weekly round up for you of some of the best songs shared in the past seven days…

1. Barna Howard – Bitter Side Of Blue
2. Theo Verney – Brain Disease
3. Spray Paint – Country Singer
4. The Wooden Sky – Our Hearts Were Young
5. Jacco Gardner – Find Yourself
6. White Reaper – I Don’t Think She Cares
7. Telegram – Aeons
8. Shana Cleveland & The Sandcastles – Holy Rollers
9. Heartless Bastards – Gates Of Dawn
10. Sea Of Bees – Test Yourself
11. Mac DeMarco – The Way You’d Love Her

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New Video: Vomitface – Never Make It

Vomitface, the Jersey City/Brooklyn punk trio have offered up their new music video for Never Make It.

The video captures the band playing to a yoga class, offering their own “meditative” expertise in the form of destructive, noisy sludge-pop.

The track comes from their just released sophomore EP, Another Bad Year, out via Boxing Clever Records.

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MM Shorts 709: Night Dials

Night Dials manage to take squalid, sexy pyschedelia and combine it with rock and garage to create a heady stew of primitive beats and pop hooks, all infused with the tripped out vibrations of the 60s West Coast scene.

They will shortly release a new double A Side Single I’ve Done More Things and I’ll Sleep When I Die.

Give it a spin.

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Introducing >>> Surfin’ Mutants Pizza Party

Surfin’ Mutants Pizza Party is the one-man bedroom punk project of 21 year old Quebecker, Julien Maltais. After fronting various black metal bands, Maltais decided to lock himself up in a bedroom and create music inspired by his love of DIY punk, California surf punk, horror, sci-fi flicks, comics, video games, and skateboarding. The end result is a colorful blend of throaty pop vocals, gritty instrumentation, and California punk aesthetics old and new.

Clocking in at just over a minute and a half, The Kraken is taken from his forthcoming debut The Death Of Cool and is a buzzy and addictive rollicking romp through ‘Lovecraftian Horror Punk‘ as Maltais pens an ode to the legendary sea monster that has terrorized ships and sailors since the 18th century.

Listen / download it here.

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Video Round Up Time

Time for a collection of some of the great videos and songs we’ve had through lately. They range from the Cheatah’s excellent Murasaki video and Heater’s brilliant Mean Green through to the raw, fizzing noise rock of Reporters’ stripped back video by way of the tripped out campfire haze of Zuli’s Better All The Time.

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T. Hardy Morris Shares New Song

My Me is the new single from T. Hardy Morris’s forthcoming long player Hardy & The Hardknocks: Drownin On A Mountain Top, out June 23rd via Dangerbird Records.

It is a straight-up whiskey-fuelled rocker that sounds like it was just made for the wide open road, a high octane muscle car and some serious rebelling. Obviously we love it.

Stream it here. Pre-order the album here.

Songs You Should Have Heard This Weekend (Part 2)

Here is the second part of our weekly round up of cracking new tunes – another nine from a bumper collection from the past seven days! See Part 1 here.

1. Titus Andronicus – Dimed Out
2. Angelic Milk – IDK How
3. Pet Symmetry – Gone Gone Gone (Even Further Gone)
4. God Damn – Vultures
5. Communions – Summer Oath
6. Guantanamo Baywatch – Corey Baum’s Theme
7. Mates Of State – Staring Contest
8. Battle Ave. – Solar Queen
9. Young Jesus – Dirt

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