Eight Songs You Should Have Heard This Week

As the year draws to a close and the best of lists start to appear, here is our pick from a surprisingly good week of new releases. We have the first taste from Laura Marling’s new album, Besnard Lakes’ new 12′, and Milo Greene’s new EP as well new tracks from Grandaddy’s, Las Kellies and Syd Arthur’s recent releases and a track from indie rockers Sloppy Heads’ … Continue reading Eight Songs You Should Have Heard This Week

Ten Songs You Should Have Heard This Week

Easter weekend, and a bumper collection of ten songs for you to dip into that were released this week. 1. The National – Sunshine On My Back 2. Southern – Lone Driver 3. Cheatahs – Murasaki 4. Heartless Bastards – Gates Of Dawn 5. Woodpigeon – When You Look For Trouble, Trouble Comes 6. Radkey – Parade It 7. Allo Darlin’ – Half Heart Necklace … Continue reading Ten Songs You Should Have Heard This Week

Seven Songs You Should Have Heard This Week

1. Meatbodies – Tremmors 2. Foxygen – How Can You Really 3. J Mascis – Wide Awake 4. Marissa Nadler – Hollywood Forever Cemetery Sings (Father John Misty cover) 5. Allo Darlin’ – I Wanna Be Sedated (Ramones cover) 6. Purling Hiss – Learning Slowly 7. Cymbals Eat Guitars – Warning . . . . . . . . Continue reading Seven Songs You Should Have Heard This Week

More New Releases Rounded Up

New releases are coming thick and fast, and hot on the heels of last week’s Round Up, comes part II – ten more tracks of genre-spanning goodies for you to download and delight in. We kick off with All You Can Eat, a little taste from south Philly art rockers 722, whose new EP, Haunting Me, is set to be released on 31st October. Screaming guitars, classic … Continue reading More New Releases Rounded Up

The End of The Road Festival: A Review

It is true to say that our first visit to the End of the Road Festival last year was without doubt the best music event (bar SxSW) we had ever attended. A superb line-up, brilliant layout, and festival goers who were there for the music rather than the ‘experience’ ensured three days of superb entertainment. It meant we bought tickets immediately they went on sale … Continue reading The End of The Road Festival: A Review