Mad Mackerel’s Best Of The Month: May 2013

Here is our round-up of our favourite downloads from May’s posts together with a few newbies that, together, make a mix of twenty tracks that is as eclectic as it is perfect! Enjoy. High Coast – Talvatis Sweetly picked Americana. . Landmarks – Cuscutta Lovely, unhurried, slice of woozy, psych-pop in the grand traditions of Spiritualized or Mercury Rev. . Black Manila – Père Lachaise Addictive blend of classic … Continue reading Mad Mackerel’s Best Of The Month: May 2013

Introducing >>> No Kill

No Kill are a three-piece, noise-pop band from Brooklyn who have drawn comparisons from The Vaselines to Dinosaur Jr. Their debut EP release, the five track No Kill is a keeper – a treasure of jangly guitars and sugar-sweet melodies expertly woven with a woozy, fuzzed up garage rock sensibility and some good natured lo-fi distortion. It kicks off with the utterly infectious and disarming … Continue reading Introducing >>> No Kill