Posts Tagged ‘Destruction Unit’

Destruction Unit are heading to Europe this June in support of their critically acclaimed record Negative Feedback Resistor.

The band have shared a psychedelic live video of album track If Death Ever Slept, from a recent London show at the Shacklewell Arms.

Watch it below and check out their UK dates.

 

Live dates:
25 Jun – Manchester – The Ruby Lounge
26 Jun – Glasgow – Broadcast
27 Jun – Leeds – Brudenell Social Club
28 Jun – London – Moth
29 Jun – Brighton – The Hope

Here are a few more new videos that we’ve been enjoying ready for your viewing pleasure. Dive into new offerings from J Fernandez, Eskimeaux, Blitzen Trapper, Drenge, Destruction Unit, The Hanging Stars, Bully and Valley Maker.

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Here we are, a day late, but no compromise on quality. Nine new tunes from the past week for your listening consumption.

  1. King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard – Paper Mache Dream Balloon
  2. Elyse Weinberg – Houses
  3. Destruction Unit – The Upper Hand
  4. Avers – Come To Me Now
  5. Shannon & The Clams – It’s Too Late
  6. Childbirth – Let’s Be Bad
  7. Saintseneca – Sleeper Hold
  8. Sea Lion – If My Baby
  9. Psychic Blood – Blur World

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This week we have collected no less than ten new releases for your listening pleasure. Every one a winner!

1. Ausmuteants – Echo Beach (Martha & The Muffins cover)
2. Bueno – Assed Out
3. Day Wave – Drag
4. The Foetals – Fine
5. Nathaniel Rateliff – S.O.B.
6. The Lighthouse And The Whaler – I Want To Feel Alive
7. The Creeping Ivies – The Witch House
8. Destruction Unit – If Death Ever Slept
9. Joan Shelley – Stay On My Shore
10. Ducktails – Surreal Exposure

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1. Delta Spirit – From Now On
2. She Keeps Bees (featuring Sharon Van Etten) – Is What It Is
3. Lilac Daze – Knives
4. Woods – Tomorrow’s Only Yesterday
5. Destruction Unit – Dust
6. The Cambodian Space Project – Here Comes The Rain

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Another From Destruction Unit

Deep Trip the new album from Destruction Unit is out on Sacred Bones soon and we gave you a first taste of their psychedelic mayhem and harsh, sonic punk rock last month with The World On Drugs.

Now we have the slower, creepier Bumpy Road, a nerve shredding six minute odyssey into an unrelenting nightmare.

Listen below. Enjoy the trip!

MM Shorts 408: Destruction Unit

Loving this coruscating five minute slab of psychedelic mayhem from Arizona’s Destruction Unit that they aptly describe as “morphine boogie“.

The World on Drugs comes from forthcoming long player Deep Trip, out on Sacred Bones records on the 19th August.

Videos of the Day

Videos this morning from Low for Plastic Cup (one of our favourite songs of the year so far), and from ‘slowcore’ to the sonic mayhem of Destruction Unit and their video for Sonic Pearl. We also have intelligent, sophisticated indie-pop from Big Scary and their video for Luck Now.

Finally in Guanajuato, Mexico, nine girls bail out of two 4x4s and immediately start their freaky dancing – what starts off as debauched, playful film soon descends into something a lot darker and sinister offset by the gleeful paranoia of Hooded Fang’s Bye Bye Land.

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