Suuns – Pray

Experimental Canadian trio Suuns will release a new six track EP Fiction on the 30th October via Joyful Noise. The darkly adventurous record, which precedes a new full length due next year, includes guest appearances from Jerusalem In My Heart and longtime MM fave Amber Webber, and closes with a cover of the intense (and timely) Frank Zappa track Trouble Every Day. Watch the official … Continue reading Suuns – Pray

Fifteen Songs You Should Have Heard This Week

First Aid Kit – Ruins Courtney Marie Andrews – May Your Kindness Remain Suuns – Watch You, Watch Me Alela Diane – Ether & Wood Nap Eyes – I’m Bad Now Prism Tats – Daggers Public Access T.V. – Lost In The Game U.S. Girls – Pearly Gates Sunflower Bean – Crisis Fest Rik & The Pigs – America Frankie Cosmos – Jesse Kal Marks … Continue reading Fifteen Songs You Should Have Heard This Week

Twelve Songs You Should Have Heard This Week

Another 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 … Continue reading Twelve Songs You Should Have Heard This Week

SXSW Day 3: In Austin No One Can Hear You Scream

It has to be said that despite one or two hiccups, the second official day of SXSW turned out to be a whole lot more fun. It got off to a good start when we found there was actually a shuttle that came near to our hotel and meant late night night time returns were no longer a problem. We headed off to the Pitchfork … Continue reading SXSW Day 3: In Austin No One Can Hear You Scream

Videos of the Day: Suuns || Bear’s Den || Small Houses

Watch the dazzling black and white geometry of Suuns new video for 2020, Bear’s Den’s beautiful video for Isaac filmed at St Pancras Old Church, and the softly crafted folk of Flint Michigan’s Jeremy Quint under the moniker Small Houses, Oh, Hiding Out comes from new album Exactly Where You Wanted To Be (out 26th February, order via Yer Bird Records). a a Continue reading Videos of the Day: Suuns || Bear’s Den || Small Houses

Suuns – New Video & Tour

We thoroughly enjoyed the repetitive electonica and stoner grooves of Suuns debut album Zeroes QC, which called to mind the best bits of Clinic, Suicide and Slowdive in equal measure. Since the release, Suuns have built a reputation for supremely intense live shows, but this is maybe the first video that has properly captured the sheer force of their live performance. The new video comes via … Continue reading Suuns – New Video & Tour

MM’s Best of the Month: September

So here we are again. A round-up of our favourite posted tracks from September, all beautifully compiled and presented for you to put on one lovely mix. And as always, a couple of new tracks for you too. Enjoy. The Rakehells – Lost Weekend mp3 Aggressive, yet danceable pop with an in-your-face attitude and catchy hooks The Moondoggies – It’s A Shame, It’s A Pity … Continue reading MM’s Best of the Month: September


Suuns play blistering, dark electro and arena-sized psych complete with droning guitars and pulsing synths that call to mind the best of Suicide, Clinic and Can, and all simultaneously delivered with a youthful swagger and an assured restraint. Their forthcoming debut album is called Zeroes QC, and is out on Secretly Canadian in October (early 2011 for the UK). The band have made the second single, Up Past … Continue reading Introducing…Suuns