Eight Songs You Should Have Heard This Week

Our final weekly round-up of the year… King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard – All Is Known Decemberists – Ben Franklin’s Song Ron Gallo – Really Nice Guys Van William – Before I Found You A Savage – Linger  (Cranberries cover) Purling Hiss – My Dreams S. Carey – Still, Still, Still. NØMADS – Xenophobia                   Continue reading Eight Songs You Should Have Heard This Week

Eleven Songs You Should Have Heard This Week

Screaming Females – Deeply Dan Michaelson – Careless King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard – Polygondwanaland Blitzen Trapper – Joanna Camp Cope – The Opener Palehound – Sea Of Blood Loma – Black Willow Saintseneca – Moon Barks At The Dog S. Carey – Fools Gold Spice Boys – I Don’t Get Around Pansies – Green Apple Eyes               … Continue reading Eleven Songs You Should Have Heard This Week

Nine Songs You Should Have Heard This Week

Metz – Mess Of Wires Ornament – It Must Be The Season Jack Cooper – A Net S. Carey – Brassy Sun Weaves – Walkaway together PANGEA – Sippy Cup Public Access T.V. – Feeling It Out Chelsea Wolfe – Offering American Anymen – Flag Burner                     Continue reading Nine Songs You Should Have Heard This Week

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)

S. Carey – Crown The Pines

Multi-instrumentalist S. Carey may be best known for his work in tandem with a certain Bon Iver, but his new record, and his second solo release, Range Of Light may change all of that. To date he has shared two stunning songs from the record, Fire-Scene was first and now we have the glorious, delicately cascading folk of Crown The Pines, which is simply gorgeous. The album … Continue reading S. Carey – Crown The Pines