Physical Graffiti Redrawn

Mojo magazine have put together an excellent cover album of Led Zeppelin’s seminal Physical Graffiti. It will be available as the free cover CD on the April edition in the UK, and it will also be released on a limited edition double vinyl format of 5,000. Fifteen artists including Laura Marling, Syd Arthur, Sun Kil Moon, Duke Garwood, and Michael Kiwanuka have delivered their own interpretation of … Continue reading Physical Graffiti Redrawn

Saturday Means Eight of the Best

Here is our semi-regular round-up of what’s new (and good) from our in-box, our favourite blogs, and the realms of the internet. We have some dusty, backwoods Americana from The Great American Canyon Band and Father John Misty and some rollicking country rock’n’roll from Deer Tick’s new Tim EP. We have high octane garage from the Fresh & Onlys with a non-album cut that appears … Continue reading Saturday Means Eight of the Best

MM Plays Catch Up

We’re busy catching up on a few things we weren’t able to post over the past few days. So, without further ado, here are some brilliant new ones including The Mountain Goats, the languid country rock of The Futurebirds, a brilliantly intense offering from Cloud Nothings, more icy electronica from Work Drugs, indie pop from Gross Magic and the psych blues rock of White Denim and … Continue reading MM Plays Catch Up

Mad Mackerel’s Best Of The Month: March

Another bonanza month. Another round up of the very best tracks we posted in March. Another selection of new tunes to get your teeth into too. So without further ado… Download White Denim – Drug mp3 (from D) First taste of rockers new album. Bodes well. Very well. Download The Everymen – Ballad Of Sarin mp3 (from Hello, Nice Evening. We Are The Everymen) Cocksure but not … Continue reading Mad Mackerel’s Best Of The Month: March

Saturday Round-Up

Here is a round-up from round the internet and in-box of some big tunes, covers and new stuff that should brighten up the weekend. We have big hitters White Denim, Glasvegas, and Fucked Up, visceral garage rock from the Mantles and Liminanas, swelling orchestral indie from Dengue Fever and the Windupdeads, new folk rock (watch out Mumfords) from up and coming Son of Eagle, and … Continue reading Saturday Round-Up