Posts Tagged ‘Darlia’

  1. TERRY – Take Me To The City
  2. Screaming Females – I’ll Make You Sorry
  3. Darlia – Beam Me Up
  4. Daddy Issues – High Street
  5. Jason Isbell & The 400 Unit – If We Were Vampires
  6. Yowler – Go
  7. The Pains Of Being Pure At Heart – Anymore
  8. Whitehorse – Nighthawks
  9. Mikah Wilson – Sweet Jules

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Darlia release their new single I’ve Never Been To Ohio on the 2nd March, and it also features on their mini-album Petals which is set for release on 23rd February through B-Unique Records.

Managing to evoke the classic grunge era albeit with a heavy injection of melody and some authentic punk snarl, the combination froths and fizzes like the evil experiment of some deranged scientist.

Watch the video. Stream the song.

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Darlia – Pandemonium

Posted: January 2, 2015 in Alternative, Indie, Music, Punk, Rock
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Blackpool grunge-rock band Darlia have previewed the acoustic version of their track Pandemonium. It is taken from their forthcoming mini album Petals which will be released on 23rd February 2015 through B-Unique.

Give it a whirl below.

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Five cool new videos to enjoy from sweet folk sisters First Aid Kit, dream-popsters Beverly, indie rockers Virginia Wing and Allo Darlin’, and  Darlia.

Press play and enjoy…

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New Darlia Single

Posted: September 28, 2014 in Alternative, Indie, Music, Punk, Rock
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Here is the latest single from Blackpool three piece Darlia, titled Stars Are Aligned and it may well be their best release to date. While it sacrifices none of the heaviness of earlier releases and the rumbling, bruising riffs are in place, there is a more refined, more confident touch with the melody that elevates it from the merely good into a whole new league altogether.

Have a listen.

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New Single From Darlia

Posted: May 28, 2014 in Alternative, Indie, Music, Punk, Rock
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New Single From Darlia

Dear Diary, the new single from Darlia carries on where the previous EPs we featuredCandyman and Knock Knock, left off – namely snarling, fizzing indie rock brimming over with swagger, attitude and balls aplenty.

Have a listen and pre-order the limited vinyl here.

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New Release Round Up.

Having got back from discovering some of the many delights of Denmark, there were a few songs to catch up on and share. So starting the week with a round-up of ten fine tunes seemed the right way to go…

We have just discovered the excellent Cornish sisters Hockeysmith, offering an alluring mix of woozy noise-pop, claustrophobic psychedelic and even a hint of menacing, pulsating disco. Put it altogether and the result, But Blood, the first track from their debut EP is nothing short of brilliant.

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The Black Lips are always pretty much nailed on certs to deliver, and they don’t disappoint with the latest track, Justice After All, from forthcoming new long-player Underneath The Rainbow.

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Well Hung Heart will soon release the follow-up to last year’s excellent Young Enough To Know It All with their new album Go Forth And Multiply. If the evidence of Black Lightning is anything to go by, they have ratcheted up the punk-blues howl quota significantly…

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Nick Saxon is a new name to us, but the western twang and rumble of Burn is an absolute delight.

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We have another track from the brilliant You Be My Heart compilation (see our other posts here). Put together by songwriter Devon Reed, this time it is Maps & Atlases performing Reed’s She’s Like A Hologram.

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We posted about the languid, trippy psychedelia of Southend-on-Sea’s Velvet Morning back in December, but since the CD of their forthcoming excellent EP Velvet Moon dropped through the letterbox and it is officially released today, it seemed churlish not to post another track, so here is the hazy, somnambulistic Octo City.

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James Leg will release a new solo album in May via Alive Naturalsound Records and it will include this heavier-than-heavy, slow blues jam of Nina Simone’s Oh, Sinner Man.

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The wonderful Cate Le Bon is giving away a previously unreleased, new track He’s Leaving, which sounds like it was waiting to be discovered on a previously unheard Velvet Underground album.

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We also posted about the brash energy and righteous anger of Darlia towards the end of 2013. The band will release their new EP Candyman at the end of March. Take a listen to the fizzing guitar of the title track.

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And lastly for now we have DZ Deathrays’ scorching Gina Works At Hearts, the latest single to be taken from their forthcoming album Black Rat (pre-order here).

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MM Shorts 482: Darlia

Posted: November 27, 2013 in Alternative, Indie, Music, Punk, Rock
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MM Shorts 482: Darlia

We recently picked up on Darlia’s debut EP Knock Knock, which is a thrilling combination of brash energy, righteous anger, and downright chaos.

With echoes of the past with Fugazi and Nirvana and the present with Parquet Courts and Eagulls, this is a mighty promising debut of grungey punk, and bodes well for their first full length release in 2014.

Have a listen.