Monday Means Eight Of The Best

Monday Means Eight of the Best! It has been a while since we’ve had a round-up from round the web and our favourite blogs. These are some of the tunes that have been monopolising the MM stereo recently and should get your week off with a snap, crackle and pop!

We have a new track from The Crocodiles with the snaking, noise-pop of Endless Flowers from forthcoming album of the same name and some more crunchy garage rock from the prolific Fresh & Onlys with new single I Would Not Know The Devil . Third up, is  Sea of Bees quirky folk matched with an other-worldly vocal from her recent album Orangefarben.

We have a new tune, Chasing My Mind, from Swedish garage punks Holograms from their forthcoming self-titled album via Captured Tracks and a huge slab of fuzzed up riffage from Purling Hiss from their recent Shaking Through contribution. There is some swirling, eerie psych-folk from MV & EE in the shape of Sweet Sure Gone from new album Space Homestead and some anthemic indie rock from Fang Island with new track Asunder.

Lastly, we have the excellent new single, The Stars Above Looked So Bright And Green, from Swedish indie-rockers Let’s Say We Did.

Download The Crocodiles – Endless Flowers mp3 (from Endless Flowers)

Download The Fresh & Onlys – I Would Not Know The Devil mp3 (from I Would Not Know The Devil 7″)

Download Sea of Bees – Broke mp3 (from Orangefarben)

Download Holograms – Chasing My Mind mp3 (from The Holograms)

Download Purling Hiss – Lolita mp3 (from Shaking Through Volume 3)

Download MV & EE – Sweet Sure Gone mp3 (from Space Homestead)

Download Fang Island – Asunder mp3 (from Major)

Download Let’s Say We Did – The Stars Above Looked So Bright And Green mp3 (from The Stars Above Looked So Bright And Green)

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