Archive for the ‘Music’ Category

She Drew The Gun today have shared the video for their latest single Paradise.

The striking visual to accompany the track sees the song’s powerful lyrics juxtaposed with imagery tied to the song’s themes of capitalism and privilege. It is the third single to be taken from the Wirral band’s sophomore album Revolution Of Mind and is well worth a watch.

 

Los Angeles-based gritty, garage rock four-piece The Paranoyds have signed to Suicide Squeeze, and they will release a 7-inch this summer.

Hungry Sam / Trade Our Sins will be out on July 12th, and the new track is a binge-worthy feast of chugging guitars and belly-rounded drums that stands as a live show favourite for the band.

Watch the riotous video / stream it here.

 

 

Introducing >>> Talkboy

Posted: April 19, 2019 in Indie, Music, Pop, Rock
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With a glittering array of melting harmonies nestled within their trademark euphoric walls of noise, Talkboy’s new single Wasting Time is indie-pop at it’s best.

Give it a spin…

 

Here is a round-up of some new songs and videos from the likes of Kevin Morby, Fat White Family, Eels, The Cadillac Three, Honeyblood, Justin Townes Earle and plenty more.

Some damn good stuff. Dive in…

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Nots – Floating Hand

Posted: April 18, 2019 in Alternative, Music, Punk, Rock
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Noisy Memphis threesome Nots have unveiled a new single Floating Hand, which comes from upcoming album 3.

Their latest conceptualizes the idea of being a constant actor, a constant persona in order to adapt and losing reality in the performance.

Listen below – the album is out on the 10th May.

 

 

The Dream Syndicate have shared the new song The Way In from upcoming long player These Times, which is out on the 3rd May via ANTI-Records.

It is a follow up to the brilliant Put Some Miles On (posted here) so watch the track’s lyric video, filmed on the vibrant streets of Madeira, Portugal,

 

Had to post this – a special from yesterday’s Record Store Day and featuring the marvellous Meatraffle and Madonnatron sharing the lead on two, what I presume are Italian Rebel Songs given the song titles and the title of the release… no flies on us folks!

Anyway, just listen to both below. Order the 7″ vinyl or digital download from Bandcamp here.

 

 

 

 

Leeds-based post-punk outfit Drahla have shared a new single from their upcoming Useless Coordinates LP due out 3rd May on Captured Tracks.

Pyramid Estate is another wonderfully disorientating track, clocking in at less than two minutes, thriving on hectic collisions and a sense of hazy, fragmented confusion (particularly some wonderfully skronky saxophone that could have come from a classic Gong album) to create something wholly contemporary and mesmerising.

Watch the video / stream it below. Buy a limited edition Pyramid cassette from Bandcamp here.

 

 

The Felice Brothers have shared Special Announcement from their upcoming long player Undress.

From the opening bars and lyrics “I’m saving up my money to be President, I can promise more berries on Blueberry Hill, I can promise you this, Charlie Parker on a ten dollar bill”,  it is a classic Felice Brothers tune – a rolling folk shuffle, a singalong chorus and those acerbic, surreal lyrics that express all the frustration and exasperation with our crooked financial ways just keep coming throughout, “all the Corporate goons, all the mobsters eating lobsters in dim lit rooms“.

Brilliant stuff – have a listen.

 

Courtney Barnett is releasing Everybody Here Hates You as a standalone single and as an exclusive 12″ single for Record Store Day.

Everybody Here Hates You is built on a bluesy guitar chug and is a a rollicking paean to depression and self-belief; complete with squalling guitars, organs and tambourines.

Watch the lyric video below.