Monthly Archives: January 2012

The Underground Man – ‘Knows Me Better’

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

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Zebra and Snake – ‘Sweetest Treasure’

Taken from the Finnish duo’s debut EP of the same name, out February 27th. Debut album Healing Music is due in the spring.

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pacificUV – ‘Funny Girl’

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

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Spanish Prisoners – ‘Slow Decay’ (BTR Live Studio on Blip)

Awesome stuff from Leg Guitar faves Spanish Prisoners. Buy debut album Gold Fools here.

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LEG GUITAR v TUCKSHOP

Round 34 featuring Dad Rocks, Victoria Hume and The Magnetic Fields… Read more

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Victoria Hume – ‘Sorry’

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

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Dad Rocks – ‘Battle Hymn of the Fox Father’

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

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