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

Death Valley Girls – Under the Spell Of Joy

LA’s Death Valley Girls have always sought to wield their musical magic like ancient mystics, creating psychic bonds with willing ears through the medium of their fiery rock n’ roll. On the surface, previous albums like Glow in the Dark and Darkness Rains were rowdy mash-ups of early American punk, sun-baked psych rock, and proto-metal fire-and-brimstone guitar worship, yet there was always an undercurrent of … Continue reading Death Valley Girls – Under the Spell Of Joy

The Wytches Announce Three Mile Ditch

The Wytches have announced details for their third album Three Mile Ditch. The record is described as an explosive collection of 10 tracks that weaves between gut-wobbling monster riffs, swampy rock, slick surf, and finely tuned song craft. A love of classic songwriting from Bob Dylan to Elliott Smith via Big Star’s Alex Chilton can be heard reverberating throughout the record; the result is a blend … Continue reading The Wytches Announce Three Mile Ditch

Fuzz Return

Ty Segall’s band Fuzz are returning with a song called, appropriately enough, Returning. The trio will release their first new record in five years, titled III it will be out on the 23rd October via In The Red. Returning bodes well for the album, it is a full-on rip-snorter of primal garage-psych that benefits from a live sound eschewing any overdubs or effects. Listen here.     … Continue reading Fuzz Return

Man Of Moon – Strangers

It has been more than four years since we posted anything from Scottish duo Man Of Moon. But at long last they are back with details of a long, long overdue debut album, Dark Sea, recorded in a cottage overlooking prehistoric mountain structures on Loch Fyne – it’s these monolithic structures the Scottish duo tap into on first brilliant single Strangers using heavy motorik beats, … Continue reading Man Of Moon – Strangers

Bee Bee Sea Share Gonna Get Me

Top notch Italian garage-psych trio Bee Bee Sea have released their new single Gonna Get Me. The track is included on their upcoming new album Day Ripper, which is out on 9th October via Wild Honey Records. In Gonna Get Me, one of the poppiest moments on the record, the band combine their trademark upbeat, frenzied tempo with a variety of summery melodies. It is … Continue reading Bee Bee Sea Share Gonna Get Me

Native Harrow – Shake

Pennsylvania folk/rock duo Native Harrow are back with a new song, Shake, the first to be taken from new long-player Closeness (out on the 4th September via Loose). Taking cues from classic Laurel Canyon folk, pastoral psychedelia and baroque pop, the band expertly craft a kind of timeless, vintage Americana that entwines nostalgia with immediacy creating a classic cocoon of sound and melody that you can … Continue reading Native Harrow – Shake

New Video: Young Knives – Society For Cutting Up Men

Young Knives (brothers Henry Dartnall and The House of Lords) are releasing a third track from their forthcoming album Barbarians. The outstanding Society for Cutting Up Men is named after Valerie Solanas’ feminist political pamphlet the SCUM Manifesto. Henry says: “I really just wanted to write a song from this position. The basic idea is that women should rise up and the man is obsolete. It … Continue reading New Video: Young Knives – Society For Cutting Up Men

Tiña – Rosalina

South London band Tiña have announced details of their much-anticipated debut album Positive Mental Health Music, it will be the first ever LP to be released on label Speedy Wunderground and is due out on the 6th November. Alongside the album’s announcement the band have also shared a video for their new single Rosalina. Following an accident that leftfrontman Joshua Loftin with a broken collarbone, the … Continue reading Tiña – Rosalina

Chappaqua Wrestling – Football

For Brighton’s Chappaqua Wrestling, the arrival of new single Football is the product of both embracing change, and an unfortunately enforced break from touring. The band’s hiatus gleefully allowing them to side-step some of the nostalgic sounds of recent singles Plant Trees, Is She Happy Turning On Her Side? and Early, and instead leaning into a world of big-hearted, world-weary, understated anthemia. A thick, sprawling, … Continue reading Chappaqua Wrestling – Football