Ten Songs You Should Have Heard This Week

The Moondoggies – Sick In Bed Margaret Glaspy – Before We Were Together Spielbergs – We Are All Going To Die Yo La Tengo – For You Too Iceage – Pain Killer (feat. Sky Ferreira) Wand – The Gift Laura Veirs – Watch Fire (feat. Sufjan Stevens) The Voidz – All Words Are Made Up A Place To Bury Strangers – There’s Only One Of Us … Continue reading Ten Songs You Should Have Heard This Week

Ten Songs You Should Have Heard This Week

Here we are again. This week we have selected 10 new songs from the week’s  releases all for your expert consideration. They include fresh tracks from Gringo Star and Crocodiles, brilliant rolling Americana from Golden Suits, the return of Batwings Catwings and plenty more besides. Enjoy Gringo Star – Heading South Golden Suits – Is It Wrong Crocodiles – Telepathic Lover Vomitface – Chew Toy Emily … Continue reading Ten Songs You Should Have Heard This Week

Eight Songs You Should Have Heard This Week

As per usual, here is our weekly round up of the tunes and tracks you need to have heard by now… 1. Simon Joyner – Nostalgia Blues 2. Ryley Walker – Sweet Satisfaction 3. Weed – Stay In The Summer 4. Pale Honey – Youth 5. Death Cab For Cutie – No Room In Frame 6. Calexico – Falling From The Sky 7. Little Wings … Continue reading Eight Songs You Should Have Heard This Week

Nine Songs You Should Have Heard This Week

Our regular weekend feature highlighting some of the tunes you really ought to have heard already this week is back. First one of 2015 kicks off with no less than nine new tunes and some real corkers too. 1. Iron & Wine – Everyone’s Summer of ’95 2. Stornoway – The Road You Didn’t Take 3. Sonny & The Sunsets – Happy Carrot Health Store … Continue reading Nine Songs You Should Have Heard This Week

Mad Mackerel Recommends… Ryley Walker

We had an e-mail from a reader recommending we check out Ryley Walker. So we did. Turns out he is a little bit special. While only 24 years old, on his debut album (released this very day) All Kinds Of You, he delves much further back than that to the fingerpicked style of classic British folk artists, American primitive guitar and classic pastoral psychedelia. The results are … Continue reading Mad Mackerel Recommends… Ryley Walker