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MM Shorts 980: Spice Boys

Posted: October 19, 2017 in Alternative, Garage, Indie, Music, Punk, Rock
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Spice City Boys is the effervescent and vibrant first single from Glade, the debut album from Umeå, Sweden’s garage rock act Spice Boys.

Well worth a spin…

 

MM Shorts 979: Good Boy

Posted: October 19, 2017 in Alternative, Indie, Music, Punk, Rock
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Filled with incendiary vitriol, and with nods to the best of Cloud Nothings, Parquet Courts and Eddy Current Suppression RingFishing With A Shotgun is a brilliant, two and a half  minute burst of hyper-intelligent garage punk energy from Brisbane’s Good Boy.

It is the first single to come from brand new EP Shirk Life, and also has a tasty video with some nice 3D animation. It takes aim at the absurdity and vulgarity of Pauline Hanson and right-wing politics within Australia.

Watch /listen below.

 

 

  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

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  1. Mountain Goats – Shirtless In Hamburg
  2. OCS – The Fool
  3. U.S. Girls – Mad As Hell
  4. Patsy – Tommy, Bobby, Johnny
  5. Gun Outfit – Landscape Painter
  6. Nots – Anxious Trend
  7. Evan Stephens Hall – Burnout  (Green Day cover)
  8. Adults – MSN
  9. Silver Torches – Bartender

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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MM Shorts 974: Gestures

Posted: October 6, 2017 in Alternative, Garage, Music, Punk, Rock
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Stockholm’s Gestures first appeared last spring with the debut EP Shattered Mind, a lo-fi garage punk explosion recorded, written and performed by Sick Vic in his living room.

They’re following it up with The Bad Taste EP  featuring three new tracks, including new single Kicks, alongside a cover of The Yardbirds For Your Love.

Stream the single below, and pre-order the EP here.

 

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Flat Worms – Pearl

Posted: October 4, 2017 in Alternative, Garage, Music, Punk, Rock
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Pearl is the brilliant, fuzzed up new single from garage punks Flat Worms. It is another incendiary taste from their forthcoming self-titled debut and we can’t wait.

The album is out on the 20th of this month via Castle Face Records.

 

Well, better late than never! And some great new tunes.

  1. Ty Segall – Alta
  2. The Limiñanas featuring Anton Newcombe – Istanbul Is Sleepy
  3. Who Is She? – Seattle Freeze
  4. Langhorne Slim – Life Is Confusing
  5. A. Savage – Phantom Limbo
  6. Whitney – Light Upon The Lake
  7. Joint Effort – Blue Lightning
  8. Nervous Dater – Don’t Be A Stranger

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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. Angel Olsen – Special
  2. Screaming Females – Black Moon
  3. Hiss Golden Messenger – John The Gun
  4. The Cornshed Sisters – Running
  5. Torres – Helen In The Woods
  6. Deep Dark Woods – Fallen Leaves
  7. Weaves featuring Tanya Tagaq – Scream
  8. Kevin Devine featuring Half Waif – I Was Alive Back Then
  9. Laura Baird – Pretty Polly

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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New Single From The Lovely Eggs

Posted: September 22, 2017 in Alternative, Indie, Music, Punk, Rock
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Ah, punked-up, irreverent, fuck-you mavericks The Lovely Eggs are back with a new single. And brilliant it is too.

I Shouldn’t Have Said That is two minutes of full-on, vitriolic kraut-punk that will have Lemmy nodding approvingly from upstairs – or probably downstairs.

Anyway, stick it on, turn it up, watch the paint blister.