Monthly Archives: January 2012
From what we can gather, The Underground Man is a songwriter living in Brooklyn; his debut EP is pencilled in for a spring release. Stream the enjoyably diverting title track below, ‘inspired in equal parts by the early songs of … Continue reading
Taken from the Finnish duo’s debut EP of the same name, out February 27th. Debut album Healing Music is due in the spring.
Originally hailing from Athens, Georgia, pacificUV’s sound is one very much enthral to distinctly European influences – the blippy pace of Kraut Rock, the inherent melodic warmth of early 80s British synth-pop. The duo’s debut album was described by Rolling … Continue reading
Awesome stuff from Leg Guitar faves Spanish Prisoners. Buy debut album Gold Fools here.
Round 34 featuring Dad Rocks, Victoria Hume and The Magnetic Fields… Read more
Three years in the making, Landing, the second album from London songstress Victoria Hume, is a masterclass in pocket-sized, minimal drama-folk. Stream opening track Sorry below. The album is available in its entirety here. Victoria Hume – Sorry
Dad Rocks, aka 26-year-old Snævar Njáll Albertsson, received heaps of praise for his 2011 debut Mount Modern, and deservedly so. His is a particularly charming brand of domesticated folk. Download album centrepiece Battle Hymn of the Fox Father – possibly the first indie … Continue reading
Blimey! It’s the first LEG GUITAR v TUCKSHOP of 2012, featuring Bronson, A Place to Bury Strangers and 120 Days… Read more
An electrifying, mutating journey through house – from techy ambience, to deep, to filthy electro, and back again – courtesy of Norway’s 120 Days. Dahle Disco is taken from their new album 120 Days II, out March 5th on Splendour. … Continue reading