Posts Tagged ‘Hiss Golden Messenger’

  1. Angel Olsen – Special
  2. Screaming Females – Black Moon
  3. Hiss Golden Messenger – John The Gun
  4. The Cornshed Sisters – Running
  5. Torres – Helen In The Woods
  6. Deep Dark Woods – Fallen Leaves
  7. Weaves featuring Tanya Tagaq – Scream
  8. Kevin Devine featuring Half Waif – I Was Alive Back Then
  9. Laura Baird – Pretty Polly

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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  1. Hiss Golden Messenger – Standing In The Doorway
  2. L.A. Witch – Kill My Baby Tonight
  3. Offa Rex – Sheepcrook and Black Dog
  4. Caroline Says – Winter Is Cold
  5. Wand – Plum
  6. Hans Chew – Give Up The Ghost
  7. Terry – Glory
  8. The Mynabirds – Cocoon
  9. Guantanamo Baywatch – Area 69

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

best of the weekCheck out our selection of the best of the new releases from this week.

New songs from Slaves, Wytches and a rocking’ cover of a Led Zeppelin classic from La Sera should blast the weekend cobwebs away while Hiss Golden Messenger, Jess Williamson and Moses Sumney offer up altogether more gentle and fragile fare.

Enjoy.

  1. Slaves – Consume Or Be Consumed
  2. La Sera – Whole Lotta Love (Led Zeppelin cover)
  3. Las Kellies – Make It Real
  4. Hiss Golden Messenger – Heart Like A Levee
  5. The Wytches – Crest Of Death
  6. Jess Williamson – See You In A Dream
  7. Moses Sumney – Lonely World
  8. The Wharves – The Strike

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

best of the weekAfter a week’s break, we’re back with our regular round up of the best new tunes of the past seven days.

It includes the return of a number of MM regulars too: No Age, The Growlers and Pop. 1280 as well a stunning new track from Annie Hardy (ex of Giant Drag) and plenty more besides.

So then, ten cracking songs – dive in.

  1. Pop. 1280 – Pulse
  2. Hiss Golden Messenger – Tell Her I’m Just Dancing
  3. The Growlers – City Club
  4. Angel Olsen – Sister
  5. Magic Trick – First Thought
  6. Shilpa Ray – Paisley
  7. The Raveonettes – A Good Fight
  8. Annie Hardy – Go Hey Raku Sake
  9. No Age – Separation
  10. Cory Hanson – Ordinary People

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

best of the weekOur final round up in 2015 of all those newly fresh and minted tracks that we’ve gathered up from the past week is one of the best of the whole year. Here are twelve songs which you really need to hear..

  1. Kurt Vile – Pretty Boy
  2. Ezra Furman – The Prisoner
  3. Those Darlins – Female Trouble (Divine cover)
  4. Cian Nugent – Lost Your Way
  5. Thao & The Get Down Stay Down – Nobody Dies
  6. The Dirty Nil – Zombie Eyed
  7. Hiss Golden Messenger – Wish I Had Not Said That
  8. Fraser A. Gorman – Skyscraper Skyline Blues
  9. John Murry – Holocaust (Big Star cover)
  10. Jaill – Port Of Call
  11. Kal Marks – Dorothy
  12. Jehnny Beth + Julian Casablancas – Boy/Girl

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

physica graffiti redrawn

Mojo magazine have put together an excellent cover album of Led Zeppelin’s seminal Physical Graffiti. It will be available as the free cover CD on the April edition in the UK, and it will also be released on a limited edition double vinyl format of 5,000.

Fifteen artists including Laura Marling, Syd Arthur, Sun Kil Moon, Duke Garwood, and Michael Kiwanuka have delivered their own interpretation of classic album tracks.

For now, stream White Denim’s version of opening track Custard Pie and Hiss Golden Messenger’s unique take on Black Country Woman below.

Mojo magazine details and record ordering details can be found here.

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We’ve had more than a few tasty videos for tasty tunes fly our way in the recent days and weeks. Here is a quick round-up of some of our favourites from the likes of Landlady, alansmithee, Handsome Jack, Hiss Golden Messenger, Split Screens, Stone Jack Jones, Yes I’m Leaving, Slaves, The Last Bison, The Ruminaters, Buffalo Stack and Chris Staples.

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1. Thurston Moore – The Best Day
2. Hiss Golden Messenger – Mahogany Dread
3. Wampire – Wizard Staff
4. Twilight Sad – There’s A Girl In The Corner
5. Dinosaur Feathers – Zeitgeist
6. Terror Pigeon! – Girl!
7. Tyrannosaurus Dead – Local Bullies
8. King Tuff – Black Moon Spell

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Hiss Golden Messenger To Release Lateness Of Strangers

The brilliant Hiss Golden Messenger (aka M.C. Taylor) will release Lateness of Dancers, his fifth studio album, on September 9 in the US and September 18 worldwide on Merge Records.

Known for expertly weaving Americana, psychedelia, blues and folk into sparse, yet gripping tales, the new record is set to be a more direct, more confident affair. The record takes its name from a Eudora Welty story and is a record about self-discovery and self-knowledge, and how impossible it is to outsmart yourself.

The first track to air from the record is the sublime Saturday’s Song.

Have a listen. Pre-order the album here.

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