New Video: Eddy Current Suppression Ring – Vicariously Living

Eddy Current Suppression Ring have shared a new animated video for single, Vicariously Living, which is taken from their LP, All In Good Time, released in December of last year (buy here). The album was their first for almost ten years and is full of jerky, propulsive post-punk anthems; songs that writhe, twist, double back and explode whilst never losing their rhythmic groove. Watch it here. … Continue reading New Video: Eddy Current Suppression Ring – Vicariously Living

Dream Wife – So When You Gonna…

Dream Wife have shared the latest song, the title track, from upcoming album So When You Gonna… together with new 2021 tour dates (see below). Brash and pumped-up, it is another slab of adrenaline filled, hooky punk rock that the trio are so good at delivering.   2021 UK Tour Dates Wed 14 Apr: Oxford @ The Bullingdon Thu 15 Apr: Birmingham @ O2 Institute … Continue reading Dream Wife – So When You Gonna…

The Cave Singers – Demos & B-Sides

Last month, with what seems very little fanfare, longstanding MM faves The Cave Singers released a new collection of Demos & B-Sides via Bandcamp. To our shame we also noticed they’d released a new EP at the tail end of 2019 too. So better late than never here is the backwoods campfire singalong of At The Rig and the yearning country of Katydid from the Demos … Continue reading The Cave Singers – Demos & B-Sides

Phoebe Bridgers – I See You

Last month, Phoebe Bridgers confirmed details of her second solo album, Punisher, to be released via Dead Oceans on the 19th June. She has shared another song from the album. Originally entitled ICU the song’s spelling has been changed to I See You for its release on digital platforms – for fairly obvious reasons. She says of the song, “It’s about my breakup with my … Continue reading Phoebe Bridgers – I See You

Introducing >>> Attraktors

Nottingham trio Attraktors have a rich pedigree comprised of former members of Julian Cope’s band, Six By Seven, Bivouac, The Selector and The Nectarine No. 9, who together make a rather fetching noise amalgamating the best bits of krautrock, kosmische, spacerock, artrock and synthpop into a single idealised whole. Travelling a gamut from proto-punk to moments of melancholy whimsy, the record remains resolutely anchored within its … Continue reading Introducing >>> Attraktors

Honey Lung – Post Modern Motorcade Music EP

London shoegazers Honey Lung have recently released a new single, Big, which is taken from the band’s forthcoming Post Modern Motorcade Music EP, set to drop 29th May via Big Scary Monsters. Drawing inspiration from acts including Car Seat Headrest, Sparklehouse, Elliot Smith and The Brian Jonestown Massacre, the EP introduces their newly-refined melodic sound whilst keeping still keeping roots firmly in the world of fuzzy, … Continue reading Honey Lung – Post Modern Motorcade Music EP

Milo Gore – Green Eyes

With an amalgamation of genres, an intriguing mix of pop, punk and alternative rock, Milo Gore draws influence from a variety of artists such as The 1975, Bears Den and Idles. In turn, their own sound sits closer to the likes of The Strokes, The Hunna and Blossoms. Latest single, Green Eyes is an effervescent slab of indie rock that bounces along on a tide … Continue reading Milo Gore – Green Eyes

Introducing >>> Mrs. Piss

Mrs. Piss is an excellently named new collaboration between Chelsea Wolfe and Jess Gowrie. Drawing on their collective rock, metal, and industrial influences, the project began while the two were touring around together during Wolfe’s Hiss Spun album in 2017. They’ve announced details of their debut, Self-Surgery, which sees its release on the 29th May on Sargent House, and have shared two of its singles, … Continue reading Introducing >>> Mrs. Piss

Wind-up Birds – Summer Haunts

Leeds indie stalwarts the Wind-up Birds have released their new album Summer Haunts today (order from Bandcamp here). It is another excellent collection of contagious, observational and wilfully unpredictable songs packed with melody, wry, but often dark, humour and scalpel sharp lyrics. Unmistakably northern in the same way as The Fall or Cabbage or Pulp, The band have been ploughing their furrow for well over … Continue reading Wind-up Birds – Summer Haunts

Introducing >>> Cinder Well

A member of anarchist folk project Blackbird Raum, American songwriter Amelia Baker’s time on the circuit with Irish trad-punk group Lankum eventually led her to a small settlement in County Clare, and to her music as Cinder Well, where echoes of quarantine, isolation, and madness in small town Ireland inform her upcoming album No Summer. Original songs boldly rub shoulders with careful reworkings of those of … Continue reading Introducing >>> Cinder Well