Posts Tagged ‘Hater’

  1. Joe Strummer – Czechoslovak Song / Where Is England
  2. The Men – Ailment
  3. Anna St. Louis – Desert
  4. Hater – Things To Keep Up With
  5. PAINT – Daily Gazette
  6. Methyl Ethel – Scream Whole
  7. Jeff Tweedy – Some Birds
  8. Death Valley Girls – Street Justice
  9. Kevin Devine – Into The Great Wide Open (Tom Petty cover)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

No less than thirteen corking new tracks this week from the brilliant hypnotic post-punk thrum of FEWS to the infectious indie pop of Hater by way of a Ramones inspired Colleen Green, wiry art-punk from Public Practice, fuzzy urgency from Ron Gallo, raucous arena ready rock from We Were Promised Jetpacks, and sunburnt, pastoral psych from The Smoking Trees.

And lots more besides…

Do we spoil you? Course we bloody do.

  1. FEWS – Business Man
  2. J Mascis – See You At The Movies
  3. The Dodos – Forum
  4. Hater – Fall Off
  5. The Skiffle Players – Local Boy
  6. Colleen Green – I Wanna Be Ignored
  7. Menace Beach – Satellite
  8. Public Practice – Fate / Glory
  9. The Goon Sax – We Can’t Win
  10. Shannen Moser – Haircut Song
  11. Ron Gallo – Always Elsewhere
  12. We Were Promised Jetpacks – Repeating Patterns
  13. The Smoking Trees – Honestly, I Wish That I Knew

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  1. Calexico – End Of The World With You
  2. No Age – Soft Collar Fad
  3. Jim White – Far Beyond The Spoken Word
  4. Father John Misty – Pure Country
  5. Hater – Blushing
  6. Django Django – Tic Tac Toe
  7. A. Savage – Ladies From Houston
  8. Surfing Magazines – One Of These Days
  9. Anna St. Louis – Fire
  10. The Deep Dark Woods – Deep Flooding Waters
  11. Miss World – Click And Yr Mine

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Despite already sharing some great new songs this week from Deer Tick, Quiet Hollers, She Keeps Bees, WaxahatcheeHappyness and Alvvays this week, we’ve also rounded up a collection of eight more cracking new tunes for you too. Enjoy.

  1. PJ Harvey & Ramy Essam – The Camp
  2. Diet Cig – Together We Can Conquer Whatever
  3. Bonnie “Prince” Billy & Nathan Salsburg – Fare You Well, My Little Annie Darling
  4. Iron & Wine – Call It Dreaming
  5. Oh Sees – The Static God
  6. Torres – Skim
  7. Hater – Coming Down
  8. Ride – Lannoy Point

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

best of the weekAfter last week’s bonanza of new tunes, we’re back with eleven more tracks gathered up from the past seven days. No reduction in quality either with another (and the best yet) taste from Laura Marling’s new record Semper Femina, a brand new instrumental track from pastoral psych rockers Allah Las and another ominous slice of brooding Americana from Timber Timbre.

We also have new singles from Hater, Luxury Death and WATERS, a Talking Heads cover from Japandroids and another entry from the Our First 100 Days Project – this time it is DRINKS and a hazy, 60’s inspired tune. We have another song from Adam Torres’ upcoming EP and an unbearably sad Mount Eerie track. Finally that rarest of sightings on MM, a remix of sorts with Parquet Courts’ Captive of the Sun brilliantly reworked in tandem with rapper Bun B.

Enjoy y’all.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

best of the weekWe’ve already had a pretty good week of new releases (Ty SegallTimber Timbre, King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard, Surfer Blood, Adam Torres, Cloud Nothings,Ha Ha Tonka and Hurray for the Riff Raff amongst others, but to kick off the weekend we’ve gathered up a few (ten!) more tunes that have been shared over the past seven days.

So, check out new offerings from Angel Olsen who kicks off the anti-Trump Our First 100 Days campaign with all profits raised going directly to organisations working on the front lines of climate, women’s rights, immigration and fairness. On a similar theme we have case/lang/veirs’ live cover of Patti Smith’s classic People Have The Power and new singles from Seattle’s indie-rock trio Dude York, Swedish indie band Hater, punk rockers Grim Streakers and Damaged Bug’s mind-melting psych-rock. Also new songs from forthcoming albums from Conor Oberst, Strand of Oaks, Ryan Adams and Menace Beach.

I know, we spoil you. Dive in.

  1. Angel Olsen – Fly On Your Wall
  2. Damaged Bug – Bog Dash
  3. Ryan Adams – Doomsday
  4. Hater – Had It All
  5. case/lang/veirs – People Have The Power  (Patti Smith cover)
  6. Menace Beach – Maybe We’ll Drown
  7. Conor Oberst – Napalm
  8. Grim Streaker – Guts
  9. Strand Of Oaks – Rest Of It
  10. Dude York – Tonight

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Hater You Tried

We posted a couple of excellent tracks from Swedish indie-pop quartet Hater’s debut EP Radius this summer. Now they’re back with new music in the shape of new single Mental Haven, the first from their upcoming debut LP You Tried, which is due on 10th March 10 next year.

Listen below, it retains the urgency of their debut, along with a heavy dose of both emotion and heart. We suspect fans of Alvvays to the Pretenders will find much to their taste… You can pre-order the new album here.

 

More From Hater

Posted: June 16, 2016 in Alternative, Indie, Music, Pop, Rock
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Earlier this month we shared the excellent Radius from Swedish indie rockers Hater.

It was the title track of their forthcoming three track EP and now they’ve given us a second taste with the more subdued and melancholy First Time.

Equally good though. Listen below.

 

Introducing >>> Hater

Posted: June 2, 2016 in Alternative, Indie, Music, Pop, Rock
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Hater are a brand new quartet based out of Malmö in the south of Sweden who are introducing themselves to us with their debut single Radius due out on the 8th July via Stockholm’s PNKSLM Recordings.

They have a sound equally influenced by current day indie pop stalwarts like Alvvays, The Radio Dept. and Melody’s Echo Chamber as by classic acts like Violent Femmes and The Pretenders.

The single itself is two and a half brilliant minutes of reverb laden indie rock with its infectious, carefree melody brilliantly offset by bruised yet ultimately hopeful vocals from Caroline Landahl.

Highly recommended! Have a listen…