Blitzen Trapper – Dead Billie Jean

The third song to be shared from Blitzen Trapper’s upcoming long player Holy Smokes Future Jokes is Dead Billie Jean. It is another marvellous example of their surreal, psychedelic take on Americana with frontman Eric Earley saying, “Pulling together Saunders’ Lincoln in the Bardo and MJ’s Billie Jean wherein the real Billie Jean has indeed killed herself as she promised Michael she would and now … Continue reading Blitzen Trapper – Dead Billie Jean

Dog Day – Hell On Earth

Dog Day will release their new album Present via Fundog on the 14th August 14. It is their first record in seven years, and ahead of its release, the band have shared the LP’s debut single, Hell on Earth. As the opening count in and fuzzed-out bass congeal, Hell on Earth’s chiming guitar hook melds seemlessly with airy synths, setting a summery tone for the track … Continue reading Dog Day – Hell On Earth

New Video: Phantom Isle – MAR V

London based New Wave quintet Phantom Isle have shared a Live in Lockdown video for new single MAR V. It is an immensely catchy, infectious slab of danceable indie that calls to mind the likes of LCD Soundsystem, Hot Chip and Metronomy. Kicking off with a easy going, twitchy pulse it soon takes off into a frenzy of thundering percussion and propulsive synths that are … Continue reading New Video: Phantom Isle – MAR V

Introducing >>> Francis Of Delirium

All Change is the debut EP by the Luxembourg-based, Canadian-American duo Francis Of Delirium. First appearing back in January with the instantaneous track Quit Fucking Around, they have caught attention by making a powerful sound where 90’s grunge collides with indie folk and millennial DIY; different generations of rock explained in part by 18 year-old songwriter Jana Bahrich being thirty years junior to her collaborator … Continue reading Introducing >>> Francis Of Delirium

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

Bill Callahan – Another Song

Another Song, for that is its title, is the next to be shared from Bill Callahan’s upcoming release Gold Record. A working man’s blues that are lightened by a little love in the afternoon. In the middle of the day, uninspired and back at his homestead for lunch, the narrator decides to take the rest of the day off for some afternoon delight with his partner. … Continue reading Bill Callahan – Another Song

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