Videos of the Day: Sarah Johns Music Party || The Lovely Eggs || Bleached || Lincoln Durham

An eclectic mix of videos for you this morning – we have the fragile, gossamer folk of Sarah Johns Music Party and their video for Green Bud, and the surreal video made by kids for the anarchic Lovely Eggs track I Collect Snails. We have the uber cool and trippy video for Bleached’s Dead In… Read More Videos of the Day: Sarah Johns Music Party || The Lovely Eggs || Bleached || Lincoln Durham

Videos of the Day: Evening Hymns || Lincoln Durham || Decades || Sugar Stems

Our video round up today includes Canada’s wonderful Evening Hymns, comprised of Jonas Bonetta and a rotating collective of musicians which includes members of Ohbijou, The Wooden Sky, The Burning Hell, The D’Urbervilles and Forest City Lovers. This is the beautiful video for Family Tree from new album Spectral Dust, out on the 8th April. As a… Read More Videos of the Day: Evening Hymns || Lincoln Durham || Decades || Sugar Stems

Introducing >>> Lincoln Durham

Yesterday we posted a track from the brilliant Ray Wylie Hubbard’s Daytrotter session and he is involved in today’s post too, being co-producer on this recently released album of gritty, intoxicating one-man-blues by Lincoln Durham, The Shovel [vs] the Howling Bones. Equipped with old, makeshift 1950s amps, resonators, fiddles, harmonicas, tin can microphones, slides, stomp boards… Read More Introducing >>> Lincoln Durham