Evans The Death – Suitcase Jimmy

London five piece Evans the Death have announced Vanilla, their most ambitious and experimental album to date that sees the band veer in a more adventurous direction: ever more aggressive, extroverted and raw. Check out the first track from it below. Suitcase Jimmy has a no wave party vibe, a semi-improvised portrait of a fictional down-at-heel actor built around a Wilko Johnson-ish guitar part. Vanilla is out on the … Continue reading Evans The Death – Suitcase Jimmy

Evans The Death – Sledgehammer

Evans The Death are set to release a second single Sledgehammer, from their recently released, and well received, Expect Delays album. Poppier and more immediate than previous abrasive, distortion-heavy single Enabler, it is bursting with exuberance and youthful angst, more expressive, and the sense of despair leavened by sharp wordplay and humour. Have a listen. . Continue reading Evans The Death – Sledgehammer

Ten Songs You Should Have Heard This Week

A veritable plethora of tunes to pick through this week – tunes that, by rights, you should already have been spinning… 1. Lower Dens – To Die In L.A. 2. Isobel Campbell – How Deep Is Your Love (Bee Gees cover) 3. Akron/Family – Everyone Is Guilty 4. Los Angeles Police Department – Insecurity 5. Gal Pals – Here’s To The Gals 6. Rye Pines … Continue reading Ten Songs You Should Have Heard This Week

Six Songs You Should Have Heard This Week

Our final entry of the year highlighting the songs you really should have wrapped your earbuds around already this week. 1. Male Bonding – Falling 2. Menace Beach – Tastes Like Medicine 3. The Decemberists – The Wrong Year 4. Meat Wave – Mystery (Wipers cover) 5. Evans The Death – Don’t Laugh At My Angry Face 6. Modest Mouse – Lampshades On Fire . … Continue reading Six Songs You Should Have Heard This Week

More New Releases Rounded Up

New releases are coming thick and fast, and hot on the heels of last week’s Round Up, comes part II – ten more tracks of genre-spanning goodies for you to download and delight in. We kick off with All You Can Eat, a little taste from south Philly art rockers 722, whose new EP, Haunting Me, is set to be released on 31st October. Screaming guitars, classic … Continue reading More New Releases Rounded Up