Posts Tagged ‘EAT FAST’

100 Anna St. Louis – Fire

 

99 Deep State – No Idea Pt. II

 

98 Ron Gallo – Really Nice Guys

 

97 Wooden Wand – Aurora

 

96 Diet Cig – Sixteen

 

95 Prism Tats – The Liar

 

94 Julie & The Wrong Guys – Love And Leaving

 

93 Courtney Barnett & Kurt Vile – Continental Breakfast

 

92 Alvvays – Plimsoll Punks

 

91 The Venisons – Heart

 

90 Cigarette Bums – Death In Texas

 

89 Chest Pains – Shame

 

88 Micah P Hinson – Lovers Lane

 

87 The Mind Spiders – Outside

 

86 The Americans – Hooky

 

85 Soft Fangs – Honey Colony

 

84 Muertos – Spin

 

83 Eat Fast – Immortal Kombat

 

82 L.A. Witch – Untitled

 

81 Laura Marling – Wild Fire

 

80 Spectres – Neck

 

79 Big Thief – Mary

 

78 Drahla – Silk Spirit

 

77 W.H. Lung – Want

 

76 Dumb Things – Drivin’ Home

 

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Newcastle’s EAT FAST will release their second EP, Immortal Kombat, on 19 May via Brighton indie Cannibal Hymns.

The title track from the record is out today and we’re liking it a lot. A rasping gut-punch of battering riffs and typically dagger-like lyricism. The track weighs up the pros and cons of lead singer Adam Pearson finding happiness in solitude – before being “chinned in a pub by an observer’s possessive boyfriend.

Sounds fun. Have a listen.

 

 

New Single From Eat Fast

Posted: March 24, 2017 in Alternative, Garage, Indie, Music, Rock
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With influences ranging from modernist poet Basil Bunting to The Cure, Newcastle four piece Eat Fast mix sugar-drenched harmonies with dark lyrical content.

We’ve already shared the excellently raucous single Public Display of Affection, and now we have another, equally good track for you with Scrambled Egg. It is taken from upcoming EP Immortal Kombat – six tracks of squirming guitar riffs, thunderous drumming, taut vocals and razor witted lyrics.

Scuzz, fuzz, noise and grunge. Have a listen.

 

Nickel In The Jukebox

Welcome to our first Nickel in the Jukebox feature of 2017. Ten recent, and not-so-recent, tunes scooped up over the past couple of months from our bulging in-box. We have everything from noisy punk to swamp-blues and mellow folk and all points in-between. Something for everyone as the cliche goes – and you decide hit or miss!

 

EAT FAST – Sand Drone  [RIYL: Fuzz Rock, No Age, Ty Segall]

 

Courtney Marie Andrews – Rookie Dreaming  [RIYL: Country, Caitlin Rose, Hooray For The Riff Raff]

 

Rebel Kind – Just For Fools  [RIYL: punk-pop, Alvvays, Best Coast]

 

Meat Wave – Incessant  [RIYL: lo-fi punk, The Men, Woolen Men]

 

Sewer Rats – Mother Acid  [RIYL: Stoner rock, Motorhead, The Doors]

 

A Valley Son – In The Low Late Of The Late Afternoon [RIYL: Country soul, Dr. Dog, Allman Brothers Band]

 

Charlotte Carpenter – Lately  [RIYL: Confessional folk, Joni Mitchell, Marika Hackman]

 

Hardcore Sex – Clarksdale, MS  [RIYL: Swamp Blues, Scott H Biram, Dead Weather]

 

Thula Borah – The Psychopath Test  [RIYL: Post-rock, My Bloody Valentine, Silversun Pickups ]

 

Heat – Sometimes  [RIYL: Post-punk, Echo & The Bunnymen, Merchandise]

 

 

MM Shorts 887: EAT FAST

Posted: October 31, 2016 in Alternative, Garage, Indie, Music, Rock
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Layering lo-fi garage aesthetics on top of pop song arrangements, Newcastle four-piece EAT FAST mix sugar-drenched harmonies with intense, dark lyrical content.

Having completed one album of material due to be released in 2017, and already working on another, the band are airing the excellently, raucous Public Display Of Affection for your listening pleasure.

Stream it below.

 

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Here we are again!

Ten more new songs gathered and presented for your listening edification.

  1. Parquet Courts – Human Performance
  2. Ashley Shadow – In Shadows
  3. Honey Radar – Caterpillar
  4. King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard – People – Vultures
  5. Future Of The Left – 50 Days Before The Hun
  6. Brian Jonestown Massacre – Fingertips
  7. Spice Boys – It’s Coming
  8. The Parrots – Let’s Do It Again
  9. A Giant Dog – Jizzney
  10. EAT FAST – Stammer