For four years now, London’s Post Louis have been releasing moody yet striking music. Emerging with the smokey song ‘Oldsmobile’, they went on to release the EPs ‘This Could Be A Bridge’ and ‘Uptight’. The group now return with an epic offering entitled ‘Little Jack’. Flawlessly bridging together art rock and indie, the track is a vibrant collage of sound topped with clever songwriting that makes commands the listener to not only be engaged in the content but also fall deep into a musical journey. Have a listen.
With their debut EP ‘Penance’ scheduled for release on February 23rd via Good Eye Records, NYC-based band Russian Baths have shared their third single ‘Poolhouse’. A roller coaster ride of moody change ups, at times apocalyptic, other moments a peaceful serenity, the song is a bending wave of premium noise and art rock goodness.
London artist Alexander Shields aka A Grave With No Name have announced the release of his sixth album ‘Passover’. Landing January 19th on Forged Artifacts, the new record finds Shields incorporating field recordings amidst indie, art-rock and country sound structures. Inspired by the revisiting of his family after the passing of his grandmother, each song is written like an individual short story, yet ultimately fitting together to form one big puzzle.
Somewhere in between bursting indie pop and raw, pumping garage punk is where Canada’s Mise en Scene sit, finely sewing all sounds flawlessly together. Hailing from Winnipeg, the group was established by members Stefanie Blondal Johnson and Jodi Dunlop, who originally came together through their love of visual arts and of course music itself. The result was a gorgeous sound, accessible to the masses yet true to their roots.
Somewhere in between bursting indie pop and raw, pumping garage punk is where Canada’s Mise en Scene sit, finely sewing all sounds flawlessly together. Hailing from Winnipeg, the group was established by members Stefanie Blondal Johnson and Jodi Dunlop who originally came together through their love of visual arts and of course music itself. The result was gorgeous sound, accessible to the masses yet true to their roots.
Brooklyn-based band Caretaker make their debut with a monster of a single titled ‘Swallow’. Pumped by post-punk instrumentation, the energetic and theatrical cut is led by the powerhouse vocals of front woman Erin Pellnat. Definitely a thrilling rollercoaster ride of sound, Caretaker are definitely a band to keep watch on. Touching on the track, Erin Pellnat wrote: “‘Swallow’ is a song about being trapped in a relationship (or any situation, really) where someone is successful in convincing Read more […]
Throughout the past four years The Physics House Band have delivered some incredible psychedelic and art-rock tunes. With their new song ‘Obidant’, the Brighton trio up the speed of their sound, spawning a more aggressive and racing psychedelic handing. Pushing the tempo practically pass that of a speed metal track, ‘Obidant’ demonstrates the group’s range and versatility which is surely refreshing and exciting. Regarding the song, Adam Hutchinson stated: “‘Obidant’ is about taking violent Read more […]
London band Ulrika Spacek are gearing up for the release of their new album ‘Modern English Decoration’, landing June 2nd on Tough Love Records. Having previously shared the first single ‘Mimi Pretend’, which is also taken from the upcoming LP, the band have now brought forth their second tune ‘Full of Men’. With raw-sparking punk guitar riffs leading to build-ups throughout the song, a sense of urgency in the track is undeniable with the cut being another reeling piece for the collective.
There are some things that men don’t get enough credit for such as being excellent nannies. Ed Cares of the London band CHILDCARE is an excellent example of men stepping up to prove that they too can look after and tend to the well being of the youth. This brings us to CHILDCARE’s latest single ‘Kiss?’. Based on an experience with a kid’s mother, the punk meets art pop tune is peppered with spice and energy as racing drums and streaking guitars come together in a harmonious manner. ‘Kiss?’ being Read more […]
Jenny Hval has always been one to walk her own beat creatively. With a new album on the way entitled ‘Blood Bitch’, the Norwegian artist taps into a sort of 70s horror aesthetic with her latest video ‘Female Vampire’. What appears to be a sort of ritual in which Hval and a group of women put their faces together whilst covered in sticky film, the vid was shot entirely on an iPhone.