New Videos: Justin Townes Earle || Circa Waves || Dry The River || Street Eaters || Pete Fij / Terry Bickers

A nice collection of new videos spanning the Americana and folk of long standing MM fave Justin Townes Earle and Dry The River to the post-punk of Street Eaters by way of Circa Waves’ classic indie rock and the wonderfully downbeat melancholia of Pete Fij / Terry Bickers. A veritable musical potpourri…have a rummage.   . . . . Continue reading New Videos: Justin Townes Earle || Circa Waves || Dry The River || Street Eaters || Pete Fij / Terry Bickers

New Single From Pete Fij & Terry Bickers

You may well recall from previous posts that Ex-Creation Records artists Pete Fij / Terry Bickers have turned their amps down and teamed up to create a melancholic, downbeat set of songs like the Velvet Underground gone acoustic or Simon & Garfunkel on downers. Latest single is Downsizing upon which they claim to have spend their entire £3 marketing budget on a session in a supermarket … Continue reading New Single From Pete Fij & Terry Bickers

Pete Fij & Terry Bickers: New Single & Album

Last year (September to be precise), former Creation Records label mates Pete Fij (Adorable / Polak) & Terry Bickers (House of Love / Levitation) crawled out of musical hibernation to give us the brilliant track, I Don’t Give A Shit About You. A sweary love song of sorts, it was heralded as a taste of forthcoming album Broken Heart Surgery, which was scheduled for spring … Continue reading Pete Fij & Terry Bickers: New Single & Album

Mad Mackerel’s Best Of The Month: September 2012

  Here we are again – a massive free mix containing the cream of last month’s posts, a couple of new tunes and, all in all, an eclectic set of top quality tunes to kick off the onset of autumn for you. From folk to garage, from country to psychedelia and from originals to covers, there is a multifaceted, multifarious, heterogeneous, assorted miscellaney of delights for … Continue reading Mad Mackerel’s Best Of The Month: September 2012

Round Up Time

Time to catch up with all that’s new, good, interesting, oddball, and plain strange. You can sift for the nuggets of gold yourself, or take our advice and try them all…after all it is the weekend. We have a new track from longstanding favourite Amen Dunes, Sixteen comes from the forthcoming arts and literary project The Unified Field, and we also have a second taste of Why?’s … Continue reading Round Up Time