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
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. .
Here is a new single from Spray Paint, the second taken from forthcoming new album Dopers. Signal Master is a slower, relentlessly ominous slab of brooding punk rock that is built around a discordant refrain of “it’s time to put the dog down“. Make of it what you will, but it is another intensely brilliant track… Read More Spray Paint – Signal Master
Songhoy Blues have announced their biggest UK headline show to date, a new EP and a deluxe version of their brilliant debut album, Music In Exile. They will play The Roundhouse in London on Saturday 21st May next year, and the deluxe version of the album is out on Friday November 6th. It features three extra tracks,… Read More Songhoy Blues Re-version the Clash…
Protomartyr have followed up the storming Dope Cloud with the bleakly brilliant I Forgive You which piles a wordy, lyrical onslaught on top of insistent, jumpy guitars. Listen below. .
Binary is the excellent new single from DIY-punk-pop quartet The Spook School, taken from their brand new album, Try To Be Hopeful (out on 9 October via Fortuna POP!). A triumphant queer pop song, exploring gender and identity, Binary bursts with noisy energy and a maddeningly catchy tune that blends together influences ranging from Buzzcocks, to… Read More New Video: The Spook School – Binary
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
The new Gun Outfit album Dream All Over (out next month) has been one of our most enjoyable new discoveries. A dusky, canyon-cult blues fueled by melodic dual-guitar weaving and seductive male/female incantations. It’s the nocturnal sound of desert-damaged L.A. burnout, soured American surrealism, white line fever, paint fume flashbacks, a stranger wading out alone into the… Read More New Video: Gun Outfit – Legends Of My Own