Posts Tagged ‘ShitKid’

Like many we have been charmed by the tipsy musings of Sweden’s Åsa Söderqvist, aka ShitKid, backed with resolutely lo-fi guitar fuzz and digital drum-beats, but executed with rock n’ roll grit and charming nonchalance.

She will release her highly anticipated debut album Fish via PNKSLM Recordings on the 2nd June and the latest track from it is Two Motorbikes, of which she says “This one is about motorbike-taxis in Southeast Asia where I spent two months either alone or with a guy. It’s about holiday romance and how you have to relinquish any fear of dying while there. When you say yes to helmetless and reckless motorbike rides through crowded Bangkok traffic thinking “oh well, better to burn out.”

Listen to it below. Pre-order the album here.

  1. Justin Townes Earle – Graceland
  2. Hazel English – Love Is Dead
  3. Kevin Morby – Bag Of Rats
  4. Jason Isbell And The 400 Unit – Cumberland Gap
  5. Waxahatchee – Silver (Demo)
  6. ShitKid – Alright
  7. Big Thief – Breathe In My Lungs
  8. Trevor Sensor – High Beams
  9. Danny & The Champions Of The World – Swift Street
  10. Mac DeMarco – One More Love Song
  11. David Bazan – The Devil In His Youth  (Protomartyr cover)
  12. Tangerines – 1945














ShitKid – Sugartown

Posted: February 18, 2017 in Alternative, Garage, Indie, Music, Pop, Rock


With a distinctly lo-fi sound and DIY aesthetic that starkly contrasts with the regular image of Scandinavian music, Sweden’s ShitKid, aka 24-year-old Stockholm based Åsa Söderqvist, returns with a new release EP 2, and a new single Sugar Town.

Probably the best thing she’s done to date with its garage pop swagger and catchy refrain, you can listen to the single below, and pre-order the EP here.


best of the weekWell, on this gloomiest of weeks a little ray of sunshine perhaps with some new music gathered up from the best of the last seven days (oh the irony).

So while Johnson and Gove revel in the toxic slime of their own making and the Labour Party implodes, hit play on nine new songs from the likes of Devendra Banhart, ShitKid, Wymond Miles, The Wind-Up Birds and covers from Ex-Cult and Katy Goodman & Greta Morgan.

  1. Devendra Banhart – Middle Names
  2. Katy Goodman & Greta Morgan – Bastards Of Young  (Replacements cover)
  3. Wymond Miles – Summer Rains
  4. The Wind-Up Birds – Straightforward Skies
  5. ShitKid – R&R Sally
  6. Ex-Cult – 1906  (West Coast Pop Art Experimental Band cover)
  7. The Big Bend – Celebrate
  8. Toby Coke – Never Be Alone
  9. Trace Mountains – I Am Extra Natural












It has been a good while since the last Nickel In The Jukebox feature. So to put that right, here are ten new tunes of different styles for you to compare and contrast.

We like them all, but you decide for yourself – hit or miss?

The Bones Of J.R. Jones – Hammers And Nails  [RIYL: Blues, Scott H Biram, William Elliott Whitmore]


ShitKid – 666  [RIYL: lo-fi pop, Sleigh Bells, Daniel Johnson]


Spares – Grim City  [RIYL: Power-punk, Buzzcocks, Catfish & The Bottlemen]


Drinking Flowers – Bending Haols  [RIYL: Post-punk, Joy Division, The Cure]


The High Learys – Cabinet  [RIYL: Brit-pop, Kasabian, Arctic Monkeys]


Kacy & Clayton – Strange Country  [RIYL: Psych-folk, Richard and Linda Thompson, Magnolia Electric Company]


The Night Café – Together  [RIYL: Indie-pop, Bombay Bicycle Club, Fleetwood Mac]


Tape Club – I Miss Hanging Out With My Friends Who Black Out Together  [RIYL: Indie-pop, Mountain Goats, Sun Kil Moon]


Amaroun – Bedbugs  [RIYL: Alt-folk, Sharon Van Etten, Eels]


Logan Magness – Thin Red Line  [RIYL: Singer-songwriters, James Taylor, Joe Pug]