Monthly Archives: December 2011
Round 32 featuring Soulmates Never Die, Little Racer and School of Seven Bells… Read more
This Brooklyn trio bring nothing particularly new or Earth shattering to the table – sun-kissed, ramshackle indie-pop, as those from the borough have become accustomed – but they are tremendous fun. Debut single Split for the Coast/The Town is out … Continue reading
School of Seven Bells are back, minus a member, with new album Ghostory, out February 27th on Full Time Hobby. Opening track The Night starts with an intro reminiscent of Disintegration era The Cure, before diving headlong into 80s power-pop … Continue reading
Soulmates Never Die // Wound On My Finger from Jennifer Morris on Vimeo. Leeds’ Joshua Lewis, aka Soulmates Never Die, skilfully avoids the pitfalls of many a DIY, anti-folk musician. His music is knowing without being twee, passionate, not angsty. … Continue reading
Round 31 featuring Powersolo, Sharon Van Etten and Bos Angeles… Read More
Trash-rock Danish psychobilly, courtesy of The Railthin Brothers (they’re not kidding – check out the video above), taken from their fifth album Buzz Human, out now on Crunchy Frog.
Round 30 featuring Chocolate Robots, Vadoinmessico and Famy… Read more
Vadoinmessico is very much an international affair, with members from Italy, Mexico, Austria and the UK. Now residing in Hackney, their music swings with a woozy confidence, like Roy Orbison and Avi Buffalo after a fortnight in Tijuana. New single … Continue reading
Photo by Panos Lyris LEG GUITAR v TUCKSHOP: EP CLUB (Vol.2) has finally arrived and it’s a corker! Featuring Pale Seas (formerly Netherlands), Spanish Prisoners, D/Wolves, Dear Winesburg and Jack Day. Download it for free here.