Archive for the ‘Pop’ Category

  1. Calexico – End Of The World With You
  2. No Age – Soft Collar Fad
  3. Jim White – Far Beyond The Spoken Word
  4. Father John Misty – Pure Country
  5. Hater – Blushing
  6. Django Django – Tic Tac Toe
  7. A. Savage – Ladies From Houston
  8. Surfing Magazines – One Of These Days
  9. Anna St. Louis – Fire
  10. The Deep Dark Woods – Deep Flooding Waters
  11. Miss World – Click And Yr Mine













Stockholm-based Delsbo Beach Club are set to release their instantly charming debut single All The Way Home on Swedish label Rama Lama Records on the 11th October.

With nods to the likes of Mac DeMarco, check out their fuzzy indie pop melodies, with hints of classic garage and surf rock below.


Boys- Rabbits

Posted: October 5, 2017 in Indie, Music, Pop, Rock

Stockholm artist Nora Karlsson is back with a new single with her lo-fi pop project Boys, her first piece of new music since last spring’s Love on Tour EP, as well as an early taste of her upcoming debut LP.

The single is called Rabbits and it’s also her first studio recording as well, a perfectly judged, sweetly melodic slice of jangly indie-pop that’s good enough to have been recovered from a long hidden C-86 time capsule..



Luxury Death – Diluted

Posted: October 5, 2017 in Indie, Music, Pop, Rock

We’ve featured the bittersweet lo-fi indie of Manchester duo Luxury Death a few times in the past and they are back with a new single that traverses some sonically darker terrain.

Diluted has a bolder, more aggressive feel, influenced as it is by industrial dance music and the club scene, offering up something more hypnotic and dystopian than we’ve heard previously.

Stream it here.


Four cracking new tracks for you this morning. The latest from Courtney Barnett and Kurt Vile’s much anticipated collaboration, another absolute shredder from Aussie duo DZ Deathrays, more potent pop-punk from Bully, and indie-pop God Ezra Furman’s new track Driving Down To L.A., which he describes as “This is a song of paranoia, escape and ecstatic ego-death. We decided to make a video about me and my angel companion escaping from modern-day Nazis. It is terrible to watch America’s white supremacist roots flourish like this again, not to mention the accompanying misogyny, queerphobia and anti-Semitism. I intend this song, video and my entire career as a protest against those attitudes.

Hear hear – enjoy.






  1. Spray Paint with Ben Mackie – Friendly Moving Man
  2. Wavves – The Lung
  3. Destroyer – Tinseltown Swimming In Blood
  4. Nervous Dater – Bad Spanish
  5. Holiday Ghosts – Can’t Bear To Be Boring
  6. The Lemon Twigs – Why Didn’t You Say That
  7. Joana Serrat – Trapped In The Fog
  8. Pansies – Feels Like Yesterday










Some musical films and lyric videos. They’re good.

Offa My Hands is the third song unveiled from Jessica Lea Mayfield’s anticipated new album, Sorry Is Gone.


Phoebe Bridgers has shared Funeral, another haunting and introspective track from her upcoming debut album Stranger In The Alps.


Norwegian chanteuse Ane Brun’s new record consists of fourteen covers of tracks by Radiohead, Joni Mitchell, Nick Cave, Bob Dylan and even Foreigner amongst others. This is her stunning version of Radiohead’s How To Disappear Completely.


Equally haunting and beautiful is Julien Baker’s video for Appointments taken from forthcoming long player Turn Out The Lights.


Montreal, QC-based trio Timber Timbre have revealed new track Les Egouts. The song comes after the recent release of their sixth studio album Sincerely, Future Pollution.


Meadowlark have shared a striking video for their new single Sunlight. The track is the latest to be lifted from the Bristol based boy-girl duo’s debut album Postcards, which is out now.


Jangly indie-pop maestros Alvvays have shared their fun new video for current single Dreams Tonite.


David Lynch enthusiasts 68creep have unveiled the video for Stone Cold Kiss which should find favour with fans of BRMC, J&MC and the Kills.


Lastly Chastity Belt take off on a surreally silly road-trip in their video for Stuck taken from their latest album I Used To Spend So Much Time Alone. 


Pretty much figure we’ve all been waiting to hear this… Over Everything is the first fruits of the collaboration between Courtney Barnett & Kurt Vile and is taken from the forthcoming album Lotta Sea Lice.

Enjoy those dovetailing vocal lines and intricate, shimmering guitar! We are…


Soft Fangs is the musical project of Brooklyn-based songwriter, John Lutkevich. We’ve featured him a couple of times, but never with a tune as good as this one. Honey Colony drips around the ears in a completely beguiling and seductive manner, melding the story of a bee with that of a workaholic.

It is taken from forthcoming album Fractures (out on the 1st September). Influences like Sparklehorse, Leonard Cohen and Pavement melt together to form a scuzzy tangle – while literary inspiration comes from the magical realism of author Gabriel Garcia Marquez and avant-garde poet Robert Creeley.

Wonderful stuff. Have a listen.


Barcelona-based, beach-wave rockers, The Zephyr Bones have shared a new single, Juglar Child On The Carousel, taken from their debut full-length album, Secret Place, which will arrive on 10 November via La Castanya. They will play their first ever London show at The Shacklewell Arms on 24 November.

The single is a cracking example of their mix of hazy, melodic, psychedelic rock and guitar oriented dream pop.

Listen below.