After sharing their track ‘Untitled’ last month, garage rockers L.A. Witch have unveiled another song taken from their forthcoming, self-titled debut LP, out September 8th on Suicide Squeeze Records. Their latest cut ‘Kill My Baby Tonight’, is a steamy blend of 60s rock with punk trimmings, blissfully sinister yet seductive vocals. Judging by the title you can guess the what the content is about. All we know is that we can hardly wait for the arrival of L.A. Witches album. Listen to ‘Kill My Read more […]
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.
With his new EP ‘Opera’ landing July 10th, Parisan producer Allure has shared another tune taking from the release. ‘Loving You’ is another golden and summer-filled cut that will make you want to dance. Shining with sophisticated production, ‘Loving You’ is available for streaming down below. Check it out.
Taking the sounds of 90s r&b, early 2000s UK garage and dark club is the latest heater from London duo S4U titled ‘Too Much’. The song follows their last haunting and bouncy track ‘Isle Of Dogs’, adding a bit more pep in the BPMs yet still peppered with their edgy and nightly touch. This is another tune that you can expect to hear throughout the summer in the raves as S4U continue drop fire record after record. Listen to ‘Too Much’ down at the bottom. Read more […]
Having spent the past few years blazing through the Los Angeles music scene and taking their garage/punk sound throughout the rest of the world, L.A. Witch will finally release their self-titled debut album September 8 on the Suicide Squeeze imprint. The trio have also shared a new song called ‘Untitled’. A glorious serving of raw garage rock equipped with spunky guitar riffs and swaying vocals dripping with reverb, L.A. Witch have us impatiently waiting for their upcoming record. Stream ‘Untitled’ Read more […]
We’re super excited about the forthcoming debut EP ‘Girl Minority’ by NYC band Grim Streaker. Recently sharing their steamy single ‘Miami Girl’, the band now unveil their latest track titled ‘Psycho’. Like their previous tracks, high powered garage and punk is delivered with raging guitar liners, thunderous drumming and the feisty vocals of front woman Amelia Bushell. The song is roaring with attitude, making it another killer delivery for the promising Brooklyn-based fivesome.
Brooklyn band Grim Streaker is a group who have diligently been putting in loads of work in the NYC scene all within quite a short time period. Sharing their debut track ‘Guts’ earlier this year, Grim Streaker now unleash their fast and utterly rocking song ‘Miami Girl’. With singer Amelia Bushel leading the charge with no-nonsense vocals equipped with screams and the whole nine yards, ‘Miami Girl’ is an electric mixture of 70s – 80s punk and garage that jumps right out of the speaker with energy.
We are lovers of oatmeal just as much as anyone else, however Berlin-based duo Gurr have taken it to the next level with their video ‘Ode to Oatmeal’. Directed by Luis Krummenacher, the ladies perform the song whilst relishing in the fact that oatmeal is basically falling down on them like rain. Of course the next reasonable thing to do would be to take a bath in a tub of milk, which is exactly what happens. Now in regards to the monkey puppet that pops up in the video, we can’ quite comment Read more […]
London band Hugh will release their debut album in May and we couldn’t be happier. Whilst everyone await patiently, the South London group have shared a cover mash up if you like, of two classic tracks literally from decades. Merging Roxette’s ‘It Must Have Been Love’ along with Monsta Boy and Denzie’s UK Garage staple ‘I’m Sorry’, Hugh have complimented the mesh with an atmospheric production backing that completely give both cuts a totally different feel. It’s easy to understand why Hugh is Read more […]