Posts Tagged ‘Yung’

best of the weekIt’s that time again…our regular round-up of rollicking (and not-so-rollicking) new tunes from the previous seven days.

This time we have the welcome return of Cass McCombs alongside the infectious psych-rock of White Room, the scrappy, confrontational punk of MOURN and the new collaboration between Lemonheads frontman Evan Dando, folksinger Marciana Jones and the wonderful Willy Mason called TSP plus six more.

Have fun.

  1. Cass McCombs – Opposite House
  2. Deerhoof – That Ain’t No Life To Me
  3. TSP – Splinters
  4. White Room – Think Too Much
  5. BRONCHO – I Know You
  6. Cymbals Eat Guitars – Wish
  7. Yung – Commercial
  8. The Julie Ruin – I’m Done
  9. MOURN – Irrational Friend
  10. Grieving – My Friend, The Ghost

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Yung – Uncombed Hair

Posted: April 15, 2016 in Alternative, Indie, Music, Post Punk, Rock
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Danish quartet Yung are sharing Uncombed Hair, the second single to be taken from forthcoming debut full-length, A Youthful Dream (out 10/06 on Fat Possum & Tough Love).

Musically it may sit in the worlds of Ty Segall, Super Chunk and Jay Reatard, but it is a deceptively tragic song that covers difficult emotional terrain in a very personal way, noticing the burden a friend is carrying reflected in his unkempt appearance.

Singer, guitarist, and songwriter Mikkel Holm Silkier said “It relates to death and depression, which was something that was a significantly big part of one of my dear friend’s life when I wrote the song and couldn’t help but inform my music. So this one is dedicated to bad things and good people.”

Stream it here. Pre-order the album here.

 

best of the weekAnother bumper round-up of new releases for you this morning. From the return of The Kills to Sturgill Simpson to the always brilliant Black Mountain by way of BEAK>. Ten new tracks – enjoy!

  1. Sturgill Simpson – Brace For Impact (Live A Little)
  2. Black Mountain – Florian Saucer Attack
  3. BEAK> – Timeshare
  4. Mitski – Your Best American Girl
  5. The Kills – Doing It To Death
  6. Fear Of Men – Island
  7. Eskimeaux – WTF
  8. Littler – Phantom Limb
  9. Yung – Pills
  10. Greys – No Star

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Another cracking week of new tunes from the likes of Wand, Girl Band, Childbirth and Phil Cook amongst others.

  1. Wand – Dungeon Dropper
  2. Guards – Devil’s Haircut (Beck cover)
  3. Yung – God
  4. Childbirth – Since When Are You Gay?
  5. Girl Band – Pears For Lunch
  6. Rats On Rafts – Powder Monkeys
  7. Whalers – Death Drive
  8. Psychic Blood – Waves Will Kill You
  9. Phil Cook – Ain’t It Sweet
  10. The Big Moon – The Road

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Time once again for the weekly collection of new releases in one convenient package for you. This week it is lucky eleven…

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1. Ezra Furman – I Can Change (LCD Soundsystem cover)
2. Potty Mouth – Cherry Picking
3. Israel Nash – Strangers
4. Beach Slang – Bad Art & Weirdo Ideas
5. Widowspeak – Dead Love (so Still)
6. The Ukiah Drag – Open Room In Hell
7. Yung – Blue Uniforms
8. Elijah Ocean – The Ice Machine
9. Martin Courtney – Vestiges
10. The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion – The Ballad Of Joe Buck
11. Mercury Rev – Are You Ready

 

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You know the drill I’m sure. Here then are no less than 13 collected new tunes from the past week for a perfect weekend playlist…

1. Surfer Blood – Hey Ya (Outkast cover)
2. Childbirth – Nasty Grrls
3. Yuck – Hold Me Closer
4. Diet Cig – Sleep Talk
5. Public Service Broadcasting – The Other Side
6. Chelsea Wolfe – After The Fall
7. Goat – It’s Time For Fun
8. Hamilton Leithauser & Paul Maroon – Proud Irene
9. Phil Cook – 1922 (Charlie Parr cover)
10. Yung – Burning Bodies
11. Together PANGEA – No Oz
12. Palehound – Healthier Folk
13. Wand – Stolen Footsteps

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MM Shorts 710: Yung

Posted: May 17, 2015 in Alternative, Music, Punk, Rock
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Danish band Yung will release their new single, Blanket on Tough Love Records in July. It is a great slice of bratty, yet melodic Nordic punk, with an almost Replacements, Jay Reatard and Ice Age edge.

Give it a listen.

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