Posts Tagged ‘Gringo Star’

best of the weekIt is that time again. Ten more of the week’s best new releases rounded up for your listening pleasure.

This week we have new songs from the likes of Hiss Golden Messenger, Beach Slang, Gringo Star and Lorelle Meets The Obsolete, as well as tasty covers from The Avett Brothers and Sharon Van Etten.

Have fun.

  1. Hiss Golden Messenger – Biloxi
  2. The Avett Brothers – What A Wonderful World  (Louis Armstrong cover)
  3. Sharon Van Etten – Do You Realise?  (Flaming Lips cover)
  4. Beach Slang – Punks In A Disco Bar
  5. Cool Ghouls – Days
  6. Lorelle Meets The Obsolete – La Distinciôn
  7. Pill – Vagabond
  8. Flock Of Dimes – Semaphore
  9. Toby Coke – Time Negator
  10. Gringo Star – Magic

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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best of the weekHere we are again. This week we have selected 10 new songs from the week’s  releases all for your expert consideration.

They include fresh tracks from Gringo Star and Crocodiles, brilliant rolling Americana from Golden Suits, the return of Batwings Catwings and plenty more besides.

Enjoy

  1. Gringo Star – Heading South
  2. Golden Suits – Is It Wrong
  3. Crocodiles – Telepathic Lover
  4. Vomitface – Chew Toy
  5. Emily Jane White – The Black Dove
  6. Cheena – Stupor
  7. Ryley Walker – The Roundabout
  8. Batwings Catwings – Totally Outrageous
  9. The Parrots – No Me Gustas, Te Quiero
  10. Joseph Coward – Peanut Girl

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

It's The Christmas Posts No 17 Gringo Star

Check out Gringo Star’s psychedelic take on the holiday classic I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus.

Videos of the Day

Start the week with a clutch of excellent videos from psych-rockers Gringo Star (and their animated film for new track Find A Love), from Keaton Henson for You (taken from his excellent album Birthdays), and from explosive punk rockers Radkey, more top notch animation to accompany Romance Dawn.

We have even more brilliant animation, or to be precise claymation, for Gentleman Hall’s Every Morning, and lastly London four piece Telegram channel their love for Eno, Syd Barrett, krautrock and late proto-punk to good effect on their video for debut single Follow.

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