Posts Tagged ‘Kal Marks’

  1. Widowspeak – Harvest Moon  (Neil Young cover)
  2. Wilco – Dynamite My Soul
  3. Kal Marks – Adventure
  4. The Staves & yMusic – The Way Is Read
  5. Ty Segall – My Lady’s On Fire
  6. Drive-By Truckers – The Perilous Night
  7. Johanna Warren – Here To Tell
  8. Angel Olsen – Sans
  9. Dama Scout – Toothache
  10. The Liminanas – Shadow People (featuring Emmanuelle Seigner)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Here are 5 tunes that you should have heard already, but if not…

1. Sun Kil Moon – The Possum
2. Strand Of Oaks – My Wrecking Ball (Ryan Adams cover)
3. Kal Marks – Don’t Pussy Foot With A Pussyfooter
4. HOLY – Golden Fog
5. Swearing At Motorists – Groundhog Day (Damn The Piper)

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New Album From Kal Marks

Posted: August 4, 2013 in Alternative, Indie, Music, Punk, Rock
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Introducing >>> Kal Marks

Life is Murder is the first single and title track from Kal Marks’ latest album, which is out on the 17th September via Exploding In Sound, Sophomore Lounge and Midnight Werewolf Records.

Fixtures of the underground Boston scene for a good few years, this is our first introduction to the band and it is a cracker. From the boiling, seething undercurrent of frustration that anchors the song, to the tense, barbed vocals and the full-on guitar freakout and breakdown at the end, this is five and a half minutes of savage, desperate resentment and we love it.

Have  a listen. Pre-order here.