From the windy city, Chicago’s Whitney sing a lonesome and desolate west coast blues indebted acoustic number on ‘No Women’. Released through Secretly Canadian.
Sunflower Bean (Fat Possum Records) ‘Wall Watcher’ NYC psych-pop trio channel 90’s indie heroes Electrelane in ‘Wall Watcher’. Their debut album ‘Human Ceremony‘ pairs Mac Demarco guitar with the sweet sensibilities of Alvvays.
Warpaint singer/ bassist Jennylee goes solo on debut album ‘Right On’.
The Last Shadow Puppets (Domino Recording Company) ‘Everything You’ve Come To Expect’ ‘Everything You’ve Come To Expect’, coasts along brightly backed by Owen Pallett’s fittingly dramatic ochestral arrangements. Bolsered by Alex Turner’s boldhearted wordsmithery forming a […]
Royal Blood – ‘Where Are you Now?” Warner Brothers Records UK In typical Royal Blood fashion it packs a colossal punch with racing, rolling drums and Mike Kerr’s signature bass riffs leaving the listener wondering how […]
Gengahr (Transgressive Records) Track: ‘Bathed In Light’ Based: London, England. Gengahr bring together sweet, hypnotic, washed out vocals over subtle psych-rock guitar. The result is three minutes of absorbing dream-pop. See album: ‘A Dream Outside‘
PROM– ‘I’ll Teach You’ Based: London, England. Angela Won-Yin Mak’s vocals scratch and snarl winning worthy comparison to The Kills Alison Mosshart, harsh punk/ grunge guitar lines clatter and screech like ‘Strange House’ era The Horrors.
BABY STRANGE (Ignition Records) ‘Pleasure City’ Raucous Glasgow three-piece with a taste for big riffs. A hint of The Clash and a pinch of Black Rebel Motorcycle Club’s dark, driving underbelly.
Blaenavon – ‘Hell Is In My Head’ Knotty and euphoric indie recalling The Maccabees earlier work. The Hampshire three-piece left SXSW festival in Austin, Texas high up on many industry taste makers lists of bands to make huge waves […]
The Big Moon (handsome dad records) – ‘The Road’ With scratchy rock guitar coupled with big pop hooks, London four-piece ‘The Big Moon’ bend heart wrenching tales of lost love around dueling guitars.
Rongorongo – ‘Faster/Rots’ Love drenched lyrics and Morrissey-esque vocals float delicately through minimal 80’s post-punk noise.
YAK – ‘Harbour The Feeling’ Psyched out guitar, sex pistols snarl over tight rolling waves of bass, enter ‘Harbour The Feeling’. Their latest release since recording their ‘No‘ E.P with Third Man Records.