New Video: Quiet Quiet Band – In The Body

We shared Quiet Quiet Band’s excellent In The Body at the start of the month, but here is the band’s new video for the track.

The song is a deliciously lilting country-swing voyaging on a sashaying groove of woody bass and shuffling brushes, while violas flurry and electric guitars flare.

Eight Songs You Should Have Heard This Week

best of the weekHere they are, all rounded up in a nice neat package for you – eight new releases from the past week.

They include the return of punk blues band Boss Hog after sixteen years, and of desert blues aficionados Tiniariwen as well as new singles from IDLES, Our Girl, and Sundara Karma amongst others.


  1. Boss Hog – Wichita Grey
  2. IDLES – Well Done
  3. Esme Patterson – Not Feeling Any Pain  (William Elliott Whitmore cover)
  4. Our Girl – No Big Deal
  5. joyride! – Girls Who Wanna Realize Themselves
  6. Forth Wanderers – Nerves
  7. Tinariwen – Ténéré Tàqqàl
  8. Sundara Karma – Olympia











New Jersey based indie-rock group NGHTCRWLRS are readying the release of their sophomore LP, Raging Hot.

To kick things off, the band have shared the album’s first single, Are Two Dee Too, which

We love the opening riff… have a listen.


The Dune Rats – Bullshit


It has been far too long since we heard from Brisbane’s Dune Rats – and we’re ashamed to say we completely missed this when it was released back in May!

Anyway, here is Bullshit, a typically thoughtful and considered piece of work from the stoned surfer-punks.


The Men – Crime

The Men are back in action for their first album since 2014’s Tomorrow’s Hits. Devil Music is a deliberate return to the The Men’s noisy punk roots, and like those early recordings, it’s being self-released on the band’s own We Are The Men Records.

Stream the raw two-minute single Crime below.


Fauna Twin – Hydra EP

An unorthodox collaboration borne of Paris and Wales, Fauna Twin is a duo combining ultra suave pop, Lynchian imagery and macabre lyrics rooted in traditional folklore and coming together into one catchy as hell psychedelic labyrinth. A kind of hybrid shoegazish-drama-pop if you will.

On their new Hydra EP, standard pop arrangements are twisted into something unique, innovative and subtly savage, and nowhere more so than on Edge of the Coin.

Have a listen.


Introducing >>> Oh! Gunquit


Oh! Gunquit are a London-based, rumble-bop, trash-stomp, blitz band who concoct a heady brew of primitive surf, raw R&R, wild garage, and twisted freak-a-billy!

Hot on the heels of August’s excellent Hot Cross Fun cassette only E.P., they have released a new lime green vinyl 7″ single which features two tracks Nomads of The Lost and Walking The Streets.

Check out both below as well as Fireballs from the Hot Cross Fun EP.

Pre-order the single here.




The Tambourine Girls – Cupo

Rural NSW-via-Sydney band The Tambourine Girls recently announced their debut self-titled full length, and the release of a new single Cupo.

The warm, yet vaguely melancholic Cupo is a sun-drenched exercise in 70s psych, teeming with reverb and – you guessed it – an actual tambourine.

Have a listen.


Video Tuesday: (10) King Nun

We have too many good videos for too many good songs in our inbox and it would not be right not to share. So we will be dedicating the rest of today to video only posts…

Our tenth and final choice is the brash née snotty, garage punk of new London band King Nun who finish off the evening in true rock’n’roll style with their video for the excellent Tulip.


Video Tuesday: (9) Minihorse

We have too many good videos for too many good songs in our inbox and it would not be right not to share. So we will be dedicating the rest of today to video only posts…

Ninth up is some fuzzy, power-pop style Americana courtesy of Minihorse and Drink You Dry.