Revel in this week’s edition of handpicked new music releases. There’s something for everyone, and everything for someone.
One of NYC’s most promising new post-punk bands BODEGA share their second offering Can’t Knock the Hustle ahead of their U.K shows in May. Melbourne five-piece Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever reveal a new cut named Talking Straight, from their upcoming debut record due this June. London-based electronic/ rock duo Otzeki release Ships Are Coming In, taken from their debut record Binary Childhood released a few days ago.
Peckham’s Mellah share Paseo, a dark slab of electro-pop from their upcoming EP, Leeds duo jellyskin release the excellent Judder whilst Liverpool alt-rock trio Mad Alice return with Witch of the Tundra.
Bristol punks LICE continue their ramshackle excellence on new track Love Your Island, London psych-rock duo Black Doldrums share the b-side to their new 7″ as they head out on tour through the U.K & Ireland, and Belfast band Girls Names release the dark and mysterious 25, taken from their new LP released this summer .
By Karl Johnson