Posts Tagged ‘Ketamines’

Round Up Time Again

A few very choice tunes have come our way recently and which for one reason or another we’ve been slow to post them.

So here is a quick and dirty round up of some of them!

First up the very welcome return of the wonderful Pink Mountaintops and the first taste from their forthcoming album Get Back. We also have the brilliant Bass Drum Of Death and new single Black Don’t Glow, and very much in a similar vein we have more sonic mayhem from NØMADS.

We also have new tracks from two of our favourite songwriters; Richard Buckner in the form of Gauzy Dress In The Sun from the forthcoming expanded reissue of Bloomed and Chad VanGaalen’s Where Are You? from his new long player Shrink Dust. We have the spaced out punk of The Ketamines and the much anticipated new single from The Men, and Magic Bones’ excellent ode to Aussie punk rock, Round The Block.

Rounding off our rounding up are a track from the Woolen Men’s latest EP Quick Trips, and from Those Darlins, Why Can’t I,  one of the standout tracks from last year’s excellent Blur The Line album. Finally Let’s Wrestle’s new album is garnering lots of positive column inches and you can hear just why with Rain Ruins Revolution – witty, sarcastic indie rock at its best.

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MM Shorts 130: Insound Vinyl News Mixtape. Insound have made another of their free Vinyl News mixtape’s available – the March edition features eleven tracks from Denison Witmer, Food Pyramid, Glow Kit, Japandroids, Jennifer Castle, Julia Holter, The Larchmont Trash and more.

You can grab a couple of our own favourites from the selection below or just head here and swap a tweet, Facebook like or e-mail address to get the whole thing for free.

Download The Ketamines – Kill Me Now mp3 (from Insound Vinyl News Mixtape 3-29-12)

Download Communist Daughter – Speed Of Sound mp3 (from Insound Vinyl News Mixtape 3-29-12)

Thursday Means Six of the Best!

We’re currently away for a few days so apologies for the paucity of detail with this post, but here are six tunes that tip the scales on the noisy side for you to enjoy (and scare the cat with).

First up we have the full-on stoner onslaught of psych-rockers White Hills with a taste from forthcoming album Frying On This Rock and a perfect companion piece in the Ketamines fuzzed-up psych freakout of Kill Me Now from their new album Spaced Out.

Next up is the uncompromising riffage of Acid Head from current Kills and Jeff the Brotherhood touring mates, The Hunters, and we also have the garage jangle of Each Other and the b-side to their new single Traces To Nowhere.

Back across the water and home to London for punk 5-piece Zulu who are set for their debut release, Way Of The Zulu, on 5th March. The mini album will be available on limited cassette through Stroll On Records, but for now clear the cobwebs with the brilliant tribal rumble of Sistine Chapel. Finally Batwings Catwings have made the urgent, new wave inspired Early Exit b-side to recent single Radio available for free.

Download White Hills – Pads Of Light mp3 (from Frying On This Rock)

Download Ketamines – Kill Me Now mp3 (from Spaced Out)

Download The Hunters – Acid Head mp3 (from )

Download Each Other – Sit Still mp3 (from Taking Trips EP)

Download Zulu – Sistine Chapel mp3 (from Wa Of The Zulu)

Download Batwings Catwings – Early Exit mp3 (from Radio 7″)