Mad Mackerel’s Best Songs of 2019 (Part 3)

  And here we have the final part of our favourite tunes of 2019… Discover and enjoy. 25 UV Race – Mr Blame A brash, unapologetic race through proto-punk stomp and malodorous glam-punk aesthetics.   24 Lonesome Shack – The City is a Desert Anchored by an insistent country blues refrain that has a touch of something primal about it, and sounds like it could … Continue reading Mad Mackerel’s Best Songs of 2019 (Part 3)

Mad Mackerel’s Best Songs of 2019 (Part 2)

  50 Sleaford Mods – O.B.C.T    49 Deliluh – Freeloader Feast   48 The Paranoyds – Hungry Sam   47 Cherry Pickles – Lily Is A Spy   46 The Warlocks – Disfigured Figure   45 Silverbacks – Pink Tide   44 Marika Hackman – The One   43 Lonesome Shack – Too Bad   42 FEWS – Anything Else   41 Darrin Bradbury … Continue reading Mad Mackerel’s Best Songs of 2019 (Part 2)

Deliluh – Lickspittle (A Nut In The Paste)

Toronto art-punks Deliluh will return with Beneath The Floors, their second album of 2019. It will be released 15th November on Tin Angel Records. For listeners familiar with the band, Beneath The Floors reaffirms their knack for story telling. It’s also fitting that the album is slated for an early winter arrival, as a second act following Oath Of Intent’s fiery blaze, but what most differentiates … Continue reading Deliluh – Lickspittle (A Nut In The Paste)

Deliluh Share Rabbit

Experimental art-rock group Deliluh have shared a new single taken from their forthcoming new mini LP (out on 3rd May) called Oath of Intent. Twisting drone, stoner rock and post-punk into a fierce sonic identity, Rabbit is a visceral and gritty warning about the corruption that is present everywhere. Stream it below. Pre-order the album from Bandcamp here.   See them live in May 6 – … Continue reading Deliluh Share Rabbit

Introducing >>> Deliluh

Emerging experimental art-rock group Deliluh have announced a brand-new mini LP, Oath of Intent, for release on the 3rd May via Tin Angel (UK/EU) and Telephone Explosion (CA/US). The band have shared the first cut from the record – Freeloader Feast is a gritty, urgent, visceral explosion of a tune. The accompanying video was shot on 16 mm film in a vacant room of the … Continue reading Introducing >>> Deliluh