New From Catch Prichard

Following 2016’s excellent Eskota EP (see our post here), Don’t Want It is the first in a new collection of singles called O.K. Cool that Oakland songwriter Catch Prichard will be releasing in the near future. The haunting, minimal soundscapes of his new material evoke an atmospheric dream of sweet and low-down folk storytelling, splashed with spacey notes of West coast ambiance, and all built on … Continue reading New From Catch Prichard

Nickel In The Jukebox (Vol. 25)

The in-box overfloweth with new tunes, videos and music of every variety. Even once we’ve deleted the electro-trance-house-mash-up-rave-bangers and all the shitty remixes there are still far too many good tracks to share with you. Here are ten of them – from baroque pop to slacker indie rock and from pastoral Americana to garage punk. An eclectic digital jukebox and something for anyone with a modicum … Continue reading Nickel In The Jukebox (Vol. 25)

Nickel In The Jukebox (Vol. 23)

Time for the latest post in our Nickel In The Jukebox series. Ten new tracks, ten decisions to make. Hit or miss… over to you.   James Edge & The Mindstep – Four Two Four  [RIYL: Mutant folk, Gong, Frank Zappa]   John Alcabean – Fire  [RIYL: Riotous noise-rock, Drenge, Wolf Alice]   Moddi – A Matter Of Habit  [RIYL: Protest songs, Pete Seeger, Joan Baez]   Palm … Continue reading Nickel In The Jukebox (Vol. 23)