Suuns – Pray

Experimental Canadian trio Suuns will release a new six track EP Fiction on the 30th October via Joyful Noise. The darkly adventurous record, which precedes a new full length due next year, includes guest appearances from Jerusalem In My Heart and longtime MM fave Amber Webber, and closes with a cover of the intense (and timely) Frank Zappa track Trouble Every Day. Watch the official … Continue reading Suuns – Pray

New Video: Deradoorian – Monk’s Robes

Los Angeles-based art pop artist Angel Deradoorian had planned to release her new record Find The Sun on the 22nd May, but due to complications from COVID-19, the release date has been put back to the 18th September. All tour dates have also been postponed. Inspired by the freedom of Can and the singing style of Damo Suzuki as well as the influence of Indian … Continue reading New Video: Deradoorian – Monk’s Robes

Elephant Stone – Hollow Song Suite

Darker Time, Darker Space is part 2 of Elephant Stone’s Hollow song suite. The Montreal psych-rockers say, “with their planet on the brink of extinction, humanity scrambles to find a way to survive. It is a dark time and they look to the darkness of space as their salvation.” Pretty much sounds right up their street! Listen below.   And here’s part 1 in case you … Continue reading Elephant Stone – Hollow Song Suite

Marissa Nadler & Stephen Brodsky Collaborate on Droneflower

Droneflower is the new collaboration between MM regular Marissa Nadler and Stephen Brodsky (of Mutoid Man, Cave In). It will be released by Sacred Bones on the 26th April. As might be imagined, it is a sprawling and expansive exercise in contrasts – the sound of the war between the brutal and the ethereal, the depths of darkness and piercing light, and the real and imagined. The … Continue reading Marissa Nadler & Stephen Brodsky Collaborate on Droneflower

MIEN – Black Habit

Comprised of The Black Angel’s Alex Maas, The Horror’s Tom Furse, Elephant Stone’s Rishi Dhir and The Earlies’ John-Mark Lapham, MIEN have announced their self-titled debut album will be released on Friday 6th April via Rocket Recordings.  It is a record that finds equal room for radiant groove-based propulsion and ambient dreamscapes alike – as comfortable with the murky hallucinogenic voyage of You Dreamt as the powerful widescreen sweep of (I’m Tired Of) Western Shouting. MIEN … Continue reading MIEN – Black Habit

Eleven Songs You Should Have Heard This Week

Daniele Luppi & Parquet Courts – Soul & Cigarette Protomartyr – My Children Wilco – All Lives, You Say? Alvvays – Plimsoll Punks Quilt – Black Night Woman  (F.J. McMahon cover) Duds – Elastic Feel Spray Paint – Cussin’ (Live at Third Man Records) Silver Torches – If I Reach Reptaliens – If You Want Hope Sandoval & The Warm Intentions – Sleep Julien Baker … Continue reading Eleven Songs You Should Have Heard This Week

Nickel In The Jukebox (Vol. 28)

After a too long hiatus, we’re back with another collection of tunes (some newer than others, but hey we didn’t want them to slip through the net entirely) that we’ve rounded up from our in-box from the past few weeks. Something for everyone as the saying goes. Queen Moo – Come Through  [RIYL: Raucous indie, Pixies, Wolf Parade]   Frankie & The Witch Fingers – … Continue reading Nickel In The Jukebox (Vol. 28)

Video Round Up

It’s been ages since we’ve posted a round up of some of the new music videos we’ve liked. Here then is a Sunday treat for you…eight of the best. Kevin Morby’s title track off his forthcoming record, City Music nearly hits the 7-minute mark and challenges what fans may have come to expect from him. The song builds like a slowly accelerating subway train, as does this … Continue reading Video Round Up