Nine Songs You Should Have Heard This Week

Eels – Bone Dry Joan Shelley – The Bridge  (Dolly Parton cover) feat Bonnie Price Billy Breakfast Muff – Patient Manchester Orchestra – No Hard Feelings  (Avett Brothers cover) Hinds – Finally Floating Laura Veirs – Lightning Rod Medistation – Pool Of Blood Wye Oak – Lifer Eureka California – Mexican Coke                     Continue reading Nine Songs You Should Have Heard This Week

New Year Round Up (Part 3)

Yep, the good stuff from last year keeps on coming… This time, we begin with Flesh from post-punk duo Chastity, a chaotic, antagonistic and downright eerie single released way back in October.   Cut Worms (a.k.a. Max Clarke) shared Song of the Highest Tower, a seven minute track that combines a poignant, nostalgic Americana with classic Roy Orbison style licks.   At the other end of the musical … Continue reading New Year Round Up (Part 3)

MM Shorts 945: Breakfast Muff

From Glasgow’s fertile DIY punk scene come Breakfast Muff, a wonderfully uncompromising trio who are set to release their new album Eurgh! on 7 July via Amour Foo Records. Featuring songs about sexuality, feminism and feelings, Eurgh! ranges from soft to screechy in a cacophony of anxiety, celebration and creativity. Listen to R U A Feminist, which laments the use of feminism to mask violence and is well worth a spin. Stream it … Continue reading MM Shorts 945: Breakfast Muff