Posts Tagged ‘Prism Tats’

  1. First Aid Kit – Ruins
  2. Courtney Marie Andrews – May Your Kindness Remain
  3. Suuns – Watch You, Watch Me
  4. Alela Diane – Ether & Wood
  5. Nap Eyes – I’m Bad Now
  6. Prism Tats – Daggers
  7. Public Access T.V. – Lost In The Game
  8. U.S. Girls – Pearly Gates
  9. Sunflower Bean – Crisis Fest
  10. Rik & The Pigs – America
  11. Frankie Cosmos – Jesse
  12. Kal Marks – Today I Walked Down To The Tree, Read A Book, And When I Was Done I Went Back Inside
  13. Shitkid – Yooouuu
  14. H.C. McEntire – Quartz In The Valley
  15. Van William – Cosmic Sign

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

100 Anna St. Louis – Fire

 

99 Deep State – No Idea Pt. II

 

98 Ron Gallo – Really Nice Guys

 

97 Wooden Wand – Aurora

 

96 Diet Cig – Sixteen

 

95 Prism Tats – The Liar

 

94 Julie & The Wrong Guys – Love And Leaving

 

93 Courtney Barnett & Kurt Vile – Continental Breakfast

 

92 Alvvays – Plimsoll Punks

 

91 The Venisons – Heart

 

90 Cigarette Bums – Death In Texas

 

89 Chest Pains – Shame

 

88 Micah P Hinson – Lovers Lane

 

87 The Mind Spiders – Outside

 

86 The Americans – Hooky

 

85 Soft Fangs – Honey Colony

 

84 Muertos – Spin

 

83 Eat Fast – Immortal Kombat

 

82 L.A. Witch – Untitled

 

81 Laura Marling – Wild Fire

 

80 Spectres – Neck

 

79 Big Thief – Mary

 

78 Drahla – Silk Spirit

 

77 W.H. Lung – Want

 

76 Dumb Things – Drivin’ Home

 

  1. Ian Felice – Kingdom Of Dreams
  2. Torres – Three Futures
  3. Together PANGEA – Money On It
  4. Oh Sees – Animated Violence
  5. Prism Tats – Brainwaves
  6. A. Savage – Winter In The South
  7. Protomartyr – A Private Understanding
  8. Beaches – Void
  9. Sloan Peterson – Rats
  10. Speedy Ortiz – Screen Gem
  11. DIIV – Cow  (Sparklehorse cover)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

It’s been ages since we’ve posted a round up of some of the new music videos we’ve liked. Here then is a Sunday treat for you…eight of the best.

Kevin Morby’s title track off his forthcoming record, City Music nearly hits the 7-minute mark and challenges what fans may have come to expect from him. The song builds like a slowly accelerating subway train, as does this deeply impressionistic video.

 

During a UK tour early last year, Grand Rapids four-piece Heaters spent a day off in a South London studio to lay down a live album – the result is the band’s excellent and totally debauched addition to the Fuzz Club Session series. This video from the session – a scuzzy rendition of Cap Gun is just under five minutes of lethargic, sun-soaked garage-rock that oozes with a hopeful, lysergic goodness. The reverb-coated vocals float effortlessly over jangling surf rock guitars and a spaced out psychedelic groove, like an utterly cosmic take on Nuggets-era 60s garage.

 

Yungblud, aka 19 year old Dominic Harrison has been surrounded by music all his life. Born and raised in a family in love with music; Harrison’s father was a vintage guitar dealer and his grandfather played with T-Rex in the 70s. Spoon fed music like The Clash, The Beatles, and Bob Dylan since birth – he’s been playing guitar and singing since he can remember. Blending superbly catchy lyrical quips, with explosive pop rock-tinged instrumentation, King Charles is a massively confident, and finely executed first offering.

 

How quickly do you think you could eat 1kg of hummus? Ethan and Skinny from Sail On! Sail On! set to find out if they could get through it in the 2:50 running time of their latest single, Hobart.

 

Following the release of their excellent album You’re Welcome, Wavves have shared a new video for Stupid in Love, a tongue in cheek statement on the state of romance in the 21st century.

 

Los Angeles based Prism Tats (the project of South African transplant Garett van der Spek) has released a new single, the fuzzed-out rocker The Liar and the video is a surprisingly disturbing visual metaphor about the themes of the song.

 

Andy Shauf’s The Party was a concept album of sorts, the story of all the different unsavoury characters that come and go at a small town gathering… full of humour and melancholy, it’s a great record and we have a new video for Early To The Party.

 

Finally, up and coming death-gospel female artist Louise Lemón hails from Sweden and intertwines the dark, windy and cold Scandi ambiance into her music. Having recorded her debut EP Purge in a haunted cabin, the setting is eerie and many light years away from the current pop landscape. The single Appalacherna is airy, dreamy, dusty, nostalgic and melancholic, but the official video, shot in the Californian desert  is… airy, nightmarish, dusty, nostalgic and… mysterious on the verge of disturbing…

 

Nickel In The Jukebox

 

Outblinker – Farrokh Bulsara  [RIYL: Modern Krautrock, CAN, Fuck Buttons]

 

The Weeping Willows – River of Gold  [RIYL: Gothic Americana, Tom Waits, Brown Bird]

 

Rick Redbeard – Wild Young Country  [RIYL: Folk, Bill Callahan, Leonard Cohen]

 

Otherkin – Yeah I Know  [RIYL: Punk, The Ramones, Slaves]

 

L.T. Leif – Fine Dust Rising  [RIYL: Indie-folk, The Microphones, Angel Olsen]

 

Peach Kelli Pop – Stuck In A Dream  [RIYL: Power pop, Colleen Green, Nobunny]

 

John Joseph Brill – Kings  [RIYL: Orchestral folk, Richard Hawley, Dan Michelson & The Coastguards]

 

Night Owls – Call Me Out  [RIYL: Grungey slacker-pop, Queens of the Stone Age, Pixies]

 

Yvonne McDonnell – I’m Not This Layer Of Skin  [RIYL: Singer songwriters, Laura Marling, Kate Rusby]

 

Prism Tats – Never Been Shy  [RIYL: Fuzzy garage, Spoon, The Raveonettes]

 

best of the weekJust home from a lovely week with family in the Arctic circle, and already pining for the fjords, here are this week’s collection of top tunes neatly gathered up solely for your listening edification.

  1. Julian Casablancas – Run Run Run (Velvet Underground cover)
  2. Bat For Lashes – I Do
  3. Mind Spiders – Running
  4. Hooded Fang – Tunnel Vision
  5. Wintersleep – Territory
  6. Frightened Rabbit – Death Dream
  7. Drug Pizza – No Reaction
  8. Prism Tats – Pacifist Masochist
  9. Jennifer O’Connor – Black Sky Blanket