Gong Gong Gong – Some Kind Of Demon & Notes Underground

Beijing-based art punks Gong Gong Gong (who we got quite excited about last year) have shared their brilliant new single Some Kind of Demon 某一種惡魔. This new track is a meditative slow-burner with lyrics and a vocal melody that creates a flowing framework for internal reflection. It is the second single from the duo’s debut LP Phantom Rhythm, and follows on from the shimmering and hypnotic Notes … Continue reading Gong Gong Gong – Some Kind Of Demon & Notes Underground

Mad Mackerel’s Favourite Songs of the Year – Part 1 (100-76)

It’s time for MM’s annual round up of our favourite songs of the year. Thanks as always go to all our regular contributors – Mrs Mackerel, Chris T Popper, the Italian Job, Polly Pocket and a very welcome return to the fold for Dr Roddy. So without further ado, lets start the countdown. 100 Cabbage – Preach To The Converted   In a year that … Continue reading Mad Mackerel’s Favourite Songs of the Year – Part 1 (100-76)

Gong Gong Gong – Siren 追逐劇

We’re loving this track from Beijing’s Gong Gong Gong who make driving, stripped-down transnational blues, tapping into the spirit of Bo Diddley, the Monks, and psychedelic music from West Africa to Southeast Asia. Shot-by-shot, frame-by-frame, Siren 追逐劇 is a story of galloping hooves and screeching tires—a horse and car racing each other through mountains and desert, charging into the city and all set to a thumping, … Continue reading Gong Gong Gong – Siren 追逐劇