All posts tagged: alternative

Stream Party Hardly’s ‘Living In Moths’

Whilst listening to the news on a daily basis can provoke high levels of pessimism, Leeds band Party Hardly have pretty much created an enjoyable way to deal with the gloom. Their latest single ‘Living In Moths’ is an alternative meets grunge delight that delivers a few hopeless stories that make optimism seem quite morbid. The Alex Greaves-produced ‘Living In Moths’ is out now. Touching on the track, Party Hardly mentioned: “Living In Moths’ is about how depressing the news can be sometimes Read more […]

Dark Horses Share Their Latest Tune ‘XIII’

Back in 2012, Dark Horses released their debut LP ‘Black Music’. Following-up with their sophomore album ‘Hail Lucid State’ two years later, the group have finally made their return with a new track entitled ‘XIII’. Euphoric with new wave synths, post punk guitars and ghostly vocals, the pulse-raising tune is the track that we’ve surely been expecting from the band. Out November 24th via Tricky Spirits Records, Dark Horses are expected to release a new album sometime in 2018. For now you can stream ‘XIII’ down below.

Stream Evelinn Trouble’s Lush Single ‘Sunset Everytime’

Swiss-born, now Berlin-based singer and artist Evelinn Trouble continues to push through any boundaries of normality with her latest single ‘Sunset Everytime’. A woozy and hazy taste of alt-pop, the song is the closing of a chapter and the start of a new beginning, which was a manifestation in Trouble’s personal life. Swaying 50s guitar riffs coincide with light drumming as the song morphs into a haunting dreamlike state.

Slothrust Unveil Their Cover of ‘Baby One More Time’

Placing Slothrust and Brittany Spears in the same sentence sounds about as crazy as calling Donald Trump sensible. However, whilst one wouldn’t immediately associate the Boston alternative band with a pop act like Spears, they have created quite the cover version of her hit single ‘Baby One More Time’. Completely restructuring the cut into a swinging alt rock hitter 10 times better than the original version in our opinion, the song is taken from Slothrust’s ‘Show Me How You Want It To Be’ EP of covers which also includes reworkings of Black Sabbath’s ‘Electric Funeral’ and Al Green’s ‘Let’s Stay Together’, just to name a few. Have a listen below.

Desperate Journalist Share Their Latest Single ‘All Over’

North London-based band Desperate Journalist have shared their latest track ‘All Over’, which is the final single taken from their critically acclaimed LP ‘Grow Up’. The song comes ahead of their October 19th show at The Dome in London. They have also decided to give away the song for free on their website Packed with a punch of post-punk with spiky pop melodies, ‘All Over’ is Desperate Journalist closing out their album run with a bang. Have a listen.

Stream Dead Leaf Echo’s ‘Sunless Soul’

Brooklyn band Dead Leaf Echo are set to release their second album ‘Beyond.Desire’ on October 13th via PaperCup Music. The LP was recorded with My Bloody Valentine engineer Guy Fixsen, as well as Jorge Elbreht of Ariel Pink and No Joy fame. One of the songs featured on the album is this freshly shared track entitled ‘Sunless Soul’. Whilst the content displays peeks of melancholy pertaining to loneliness, there is a contrasting element to the musical backing which bursts with hope. Have a listen.

Lots Holloway Announces Debut EP ‘Slow Down’

Since releasing her intial song ‘World’s On Fire’, it was evident that London-based singer and multi-instrumentalist Lots Holloway had a lot to give to the music world. Following up with her single ‘Stay A Little Longer’, the Cornwall-born artist have announced the release of her debut EP ‘Slow Down’. Landing October 4th via Why I? Records, the 4-song record explores topics such as love down to the enjoyment of life. Using organic and fresh indie pop sonics, Lots Holloway is ready to take the world by storm.

Stream KARMS’ ‘River’

Releasing their debut EP ‘Rivers’ earlier this month, Dublin band KARMS have shared the title track to the record. Hard-powered guitars and thundering drums burst through the production, with all the elements perfectly aligned equalling to one extraordinary piece of indie rock.