Mad Mackerel’s Best Of The Months: March – May (Part 1)

Previously we’ve just offered Best of the Month postings with downloads, but that excludes so many quality songs we’ve decided to just post our favourite tracks – irrespective of whether they are free to download or not. If you like them add them to your Spotify playlists or do the old fashioned thing and download them from iTunes, Bandcamp, or wherever. Anyway, with a bit … Continue reading Mad Mackerel’s Best Of The Months: March – May (Part 1)

Paradise – Born And Bound

Paradise releases their sophomore record, Soldiers of the Modern Age on the 22nd April. Emphasising their vintage-inspired sound complete with Farfisa and Hammond Organ, it was recorded over two days in a living room at the Magic Closet on the south side of Portland, Oregon. The record explores the complexities of growing up sheltered in the Bible Belt of the United States. Poetically narrating a young … Continue reading Paradise – Born And Bound

Videos of the Day: The Away Days || The Detroit Rebellion || Paradise || Green Apple Sea

Musical films today in the shape of a hazy, tripped out offering from The Away Days, some brilliant dirty blues rock from The Detroit Rebellion, and an incendiary live performance from Paradise who continue to single-handedly keep the sixties mod revival going in Portland, Oregon. Finally, take a sepia tinged road trip for the indie folk of Green Apple Sea. . . . Continue reading Videos of the Day: The Away Days || The Detroit Rebellion || Paradise || Green Apple Sea

MM Premiere: Paradise Video

We are more than chuffed to be offering up the first viewing of Paradise’s new video for Diary Of An Old Soul, the title track and one of the highlights from their inspired album of vintage garage rock that hits stores soon. We first streamed the song last month describing it then as ‘authentically primal, so reverential in its steady blues chug and psych-pop overcoat … Continue reading MM Premiere: Paradise Video

Introducing >>> Paradise

The sound of Paradise is one steeped in fuzzed-out garage stomp and unhinged visceral jams. The title track from their forthcoming album Diary Of An Old Soul is so authentically primal, so reverential in its steady blues chug and psych-pop overcoat that is should come with a “If found, please return to the 60s” sticker. Marvellous stuff – listen for yourself. The album is out … Continue reading Introducing >>> Paradise