Posts Tagged ‘Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever’

  1. T. Hardy Morris – Homemade Bliss
  2. Whispertown – Never Felt Young
  3. Phil Cook – Another Mother’s Son
  4. Devendra Banhart – Shown And Told
  5. An Horse – Get Out Somehow
  6. River Whyless – Darkness In Mind
  7. Ty Segall & White Fence – Good Boy
  8. Neko Case – Curse Of The I-5 Corridor (feat. Mark Lanegan)
  9. Fucked Up – High Rise (Trainspotters cover)
  10. Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever – An Air Conditioned Man
  11. MOURN – Fun At The Geysers
  12. Gretchen Peters – Wichita
  13. Beach Skulls – Summer Citrus
  14. Culture Abuse – Bee Kind To The Bugs

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  1. The Men – Shimmer n’ Shine
  2. Pop 1280 – When No One Cares
  3. Half Waif – Back In Brooklyn
  4. Wand – Perfume
  5. Bent Denim – Idiot
  6. Cherry Glazerr – Juicy Socks
  7. Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever – Talking Straight
  8. Neko Case – Bad Luck
  9. Juanita Stein – Forgiver

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Melbourne based, Sub Pop signed five-piece Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever have shared a new single, Mainland.

Inspired by a 2017 trip to his grandparent’s birthplace of the Aeolian Islands off Sicily, singer/songwriter/guitarist Tom Russo said “I was reading about a refugee crisis unfolding not far away in the Mediterranean Sea. The song is about longing, disillusionment, privilege and holding on to love as a kind of shield.”

Have a listen. They’ve also announced some UK dates in May – see below.

 

See them live:

May 18 – Rescue Rooms, Nottingham
May 20 – CCA: Centre for Contemporary Arts, Glasgow
May 21 – Gorilla, Manchester
May 22 – Electric Ballroom, London

75 Sleaford Mods – Moptop

 

74 Silver Torches – If I Reach

 

73 Idles – Divide And Conquer

 

72 King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard – Rattlesnake

 

71 King Krule – Dum Surfer

 

70 Naomi Punk – Chapter II

 

69 The Reptaliens – If You Want

 

68 Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever – French Press

 

67 Ron Gallo – All The Punks Are Domesticated

 

66 The Black Angels – Currency

 

65 B Boys – Energy

 

64 The Moonlandingz – Dirty Red Rose

 

63 No Age – Drippy

 

62 The Lovely Eggs – I Shouldn’t Have Said That

 

61 The Staves – Tired As Fuck

 

60 Wavves – You’re Welcome

 

59 Phobophobes – Where Is My Owner?

 

58 Thurston Moore – Cease Fire

 

57 Bad Dreems – Mob Rule

 

56 Kevin Morby – Bag Of Rats

 

55 Goat Girl – Cracker Drool

 

54 Cabbage – A Network Betrayal

 

53 Flat Worms – Motorbike

 

52 Dream Wife – Somebody

 

51 Cabbage – Fraudulent Artist

 

 

Best of 2017: 100 – 76

best of the weekAnother seven days have come and gone, although these felt infinitely more dangerous than any others. Hats off to Ewan McGregor at least this week!

If nothing else it means new songs from those horrified by the new leader of the free world – so to kick us off we have offerings from Suuns, Meat Wave, Father John Misty and an update on a protest song classic from Billy Bragg. Elsewhere a raw articulation of grief from Mount Eerie, and some sparkling new releases from none others than Real Estate’s Byrds-ian jangle, Promised Land Sound’s space-country, FEWS’ post-punk motorik squall, some sunny indie from Tim Darcy (of Ought), garage-grunge from Meatbodies, a brilliant slab of shoegazey beach-punk from Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever and to round it all off a new song from power-pop-punks White Reaper.

Twelve songs – a perfect playlist to kick off the weekend.

Enjoy

  1. Suuns – Native Tongue
  2. Billy Bragg – The Times They Are A-Changing Back
  3. Meat Wave – Dogs At Night
  4. Father John Misty – Pure Comedy
  5. Meatbodies – Haunted History
  6. Real Estate – Darling
  7. Tim Darcy – Still Waking Up
  8. Promised Land Sound – By The Rain
  9. Mount Eerie – Real Death
  10. Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever – French Press
  11. FEWS – LaGuardia
  12. White Reaper – Judy French

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

best of the weekHere is the latest round up of our favourite new releases of the past week gathered from our in-box and the internet.

We have the return of psych-rock heavyweights Moon Duo, a Beatles cover from Yuck and new offerings from Foxygen, Methyl Ethel, Duke Garwood and Surfer Blood. Breast Massage is a Nashville supergroup of sorts featuring members of JEFF The BrotherhoodDiarrhea Planet and King Karl and there are MM debuts for Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever and The Sloppy Heads.

  1. Moon Duo – Cold Fear
  2. Yuck – Because (Beatles cover)
  3. Breast Massage – Bathing The Dog
  4. Methyl Ethel – No. 28
  5. Surfer Blood – Six Flags In F Or G
  6. The Sloppy Heads – Always Running
  7. Foxygen – Follow The Leader
  8. Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever – Julie’s Place
  9. Duke Garwood – Coldblooded The Return