Posts Tagged ‘Broncho’

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Here are our favourite albums of 2016. We have to go against the flow a bit and say up front there is no place for David Bowie. Great though he was, and tragic that he died two days after the release of a good album, for us that was what it was, a good album, but not a great one. And besides he is topping damn near every other list.

30 Adam Torres – Pearls To Swine

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29 BRONCHO – Double Vanity

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28 Communist Daughter – The Cracks That Built The Wall

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27 Cold Pumas – The Hanging Valley

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26 Hooded Fang – Venus On Edge

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25 Jamie T – Trick

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24 The Julie Ruin – Hit Reset

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23 Goat – Requiem

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22 Kevin Morby – Singing Saw

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21 The Cave Singers – Banshee

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20 Conor Oberst – Ruminations

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19 Black Mountain – IV

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18 Pixies – Head Carrier

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17 Big Thief – Masterpiece

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16 Wilco – Shmilco

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15 Velcro Hooks – Velcro Hooks

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14 Terry Malts – Lost At The Party

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13 Terry – Terry HQ

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12 PJ Harvey – Hope Six Demolition Project

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11 Mind Spiders – Prosthesis

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10 Angel Olsen – My Woman

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9 Lucy Dacus – No Burden

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8 King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard – Nonagon Infinity

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7 Cass McCombs – Mangy Love

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6 Damien Jurado – Vision Of Us On The Land

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5 Dr. Dog – Psychedelic Swamp

 

4 The Felice Brothers – Life In The Dark

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3 Great American Canyon Band – Only You Remain

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2 Parquet Courts – Human Performance

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1 Car Seat Headrest – Teens Of Denial

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Check out our favourite 100 tracks of the year here (100-76, 75-51, 50-26, 25-1) and look out tomorrow for the start of our individual lists…

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Part 2 of our rundown of our favourite tracks of the year. Today we have tracks 75 through to 51.

 

75 The Julie Ruin – Mr. So And So

 

74 Beach – Donuts

 

73 exmagician – Job Done

 

72 W.H. Lung – Inspiration

 

71 Wilco – If I Ever Was A Child

 

70 Dune Rats – Bullshit

 

69 Meatbodies – Valley Girl

 

68 Conor Oberst – Gossamer Thin

 

67 Big Thief – Masterpiece

 

66 Elizabeth Cook – Tabitha Tuders’ Mama

 

65 Goat – Union Of Mind And Soul

 

64 Angel Olsen – Shut Up Kiss Me

 

63 Lucy Dacus – Strange Torpedo

 

62 King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard – People Vultures

 

61 Golden Suits – Is It Wrong

 

60 Cass McCombs – In A Chinese Alley

 

59 Wooden Indian Burial Ground – Spazz Pony

 

58 Kevin Morby – Dorothy

 

57 Las Kellies – Celebrate Life

 

56 Cold Pumas – Severed Estates

 

55 BRONCHO – Fantasy Boys

 

54 Parquet Courts – Berlin Got Blurry

 

53 The Felice Brothers – Triumph ’73

 

52 Gooch Palms – Ask Me Why

 

51  M. Ward – Girl From Conejo Valley

 

Check out tracks 100-76 here.

best of the weekIt’s that time again…our regular round-up of rollicking (and not-so-rollicking) new tunes from the previous seven days.

This time we have the welcome return of Cass McCombs alongside the infectious psych-rock of White Room, the scrappy, confrontational punk of MOURN and the new collaboration between Lemonheads frontman Evan Dando, folksinger Marciana Jones and the wonderful Willy Mason called TSP plus six more.

Have fun.

  1. Cass McCombs – Opposite House
  2. Deerhoof – That Ain’t No Life To Me
  3. TSP – Splinters
  4. White Room – Think Too Much
  5. BRONCHO – I Know You
  6. Cymbals Eat Guitars – Wish
  7. Yung – Commercial
  8. The Julie Ruin – I’m Done
  9. MOURN – Irrational Friend
  10. Grieving – My Friend, The Ghost

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

best of the weekWe seem to have posted a lot of tunes this week with three Nickel In The Jukebox round ups and here are twelve more – all newly minted this week.

From the return of the Stone Roses to the gothic blues of Adia Victoria and the indie rock of Catfish & The Bottlemen and taking in songs about Bob Dylan, God and a cover of the easy listening classic Moon River.

Enjoy.

  1. Stone Roses – All For One
  2. Mark Kozlek – Moon River (Henry Mancini / Johnny Mercer cover)
  3. Diarrhea Planet – Bob Dylan’s Grandma
  4. Amy Klein – American City
  5. Case/Lang/Veirs – Delirium
  6. Speedy Ortiz – Death Note
  7. Slow Club – Ancient Rolling Sea
  8. Adia Victoria – Mexico Blues
  9. Catfish & The Bottlemen – Glasgow
  10. The Cult Of Dom Keller – The Broken Arm Of God
  11. Slim Cessna’s Auto Club – Commandment 4
  12. Broncho – Speed Demon

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Here are this week’s careful selections for you dear reader/listener.

No less than ten new tunes, all released, blinking and dewy eyed into the spring sunshine over the past seven days. They include Spray Paint, Flat Worms and Diarrhea Planet for those who like the needle in the red and Money and Andy Shauf for those who prefer the more sedate, maudlin side of life.

Whichever side of the fence you sit, as always, enjoy.

  1. Primal Scream – Mantra For A State Of Mind (S Express cover)
  2. Spray Paint – Burn Barrel
  3. Andy Shauf – The Worst In You
  4. Diarrhea Planet – Let It Out
  5. Flat Worms – Sovereignty
  6. Magic Potion – Cola Boys
  7. Broncho – Señora Borealis
  8. Money – Three Days Drinking And As Many Lovers Too
  9. Fear Of Men – Trauma
  10. Nai Harvest – Jelly

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

BRONCHO Announce New Album

Posted: March 11, 2016 in Alternative, Garage, Indie, Music, Rock
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After two albums of highly contagious garage-tinged indie rock Oklahoma’s BRONCHO are back with their third album Double Vanity, (due out May 27).

This time it is a record that finds the band slowing into a darker and hazier groove – a sleeker, plusher sound, a place bright with the polished gleam of chrome and bleached white sunlight.

Think suburban shopping mall wastelands, glazed eyes, dead grass, lips glossed in bubblegum pink – all as evidenced perfectly on first taster track Fantasy Boys.

Try it on for size below.

 

MM's Best Of The Year 2014

Today the countdown begins of Mad Mackerel’s favourite 100 songs of 2014. From Monday to Friday check back to see what tickled the earbuds of MM’s contributors, followed by our Albums of the Year at the weekend and then our individual contributors’ choices.

So without further ado….

100 Micah P Hinson – The Same Old Shit

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99 Wooden Wand – Dambuilding

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98 Juan Wauters – Water

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97 Shellac – Dude Incredible

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96 Broncho – What

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95 Shunkan – Wash You Away

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94 Martyr Privates – Someone’s Head

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93 Slaves – Hey

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92 Tense Men – RNRFON

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91 Dead Fingers – Big Black Dog

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90 Jamie T – Peter

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89 Avers – Girl’s With Headaches

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88 Mazes – Astigmatism

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87 New Bums – Black Bough

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86 Thurston Moore – Detonation

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85 Spray Paint – Cussin

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84 White Sands – The Wait

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83 Eagulls – Possessed

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82 Happyness – Naked Patients

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81 Steve Gunn – Milly’s Garden

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Check back tomorrow for numbers 80 – 61.

Broncho – What

Posted: August 15, 2014 in Alternative, Garage, Indie, Music, Rock
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We are thoroughly enjoying this fuzzy, guitar driven stomper from Broncho.

What is taken from their forthcoming long-player Just Enough Hip To Be Woman.

Start the weekend right!

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MM Shorts 591: Broncho

Posted: July 13, 2014 in Garage, Indie, Music, Pop, Rock
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The fizzing garage rock and power pop of Broncho is showcased better than ever on their new single Class Historian which comes from forthcoming long player Just Enough Hip To Be Woman.

Have a listen.

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Round Up

Following our Best of February mix post earlier, we have now rounded up a few tunes for the start of March for you too.

We can offer you ten cracking new tracks to listen to including post-folkies Peggy Sue, the heavy, slow burnin’ garage punk of Twin Berlin, some rootsy soul from Greyhounds, the first single of gritty Americana from Turchi’s forthcoming long-player, and a fabulous cover of Jason Molina’s Alone With The Owl by Sarah Jaffe from the forthcoming Molina tribute album Farewell Transmission.

There is also Fear Of Men’s excellent new single Luna, Dawn Landes’ heart-wrenching new single Try To Make A Fire Burn Again, some shoegazing style sludgy indie from Weed, and catchy pop-punk from BRONCHO. Lastly, we have another cover to finish, Lady Lamb The Beekeeper’s version of Kurt Vile’s Girl Called Alex.

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