L.A. band Sextile have delivered the second track taken from their forthcoming album ‘Albeit Living’, out July 14th on the felte imprint. The track titled ‘Who Killed Six’, is a raging punk meets surf rock hybrid pumped by winding guitar licks and hard hitting drums, all fronted by the in-your-face vocal style of Brady Keehn. Wrapped in political undertones, this is raw punk at it’s finest.
London band Arrows Of Love are set to release their new album ‘Product’ on July 21st. The new work follows their 2016 debut LP ‘Everything’s Fucked’. Wasting no time, the group have brought forth their latest single ‘Signal’. Bursting with a raging energy of cutting alternative, Arrows Of Love are flying in pure stealth mode, with punchy swings that hit like a blow to the chest. This is definitely a soundtrack to action. Have a listen.
Ghostpoet has announced the release of this new album ‘Dark Days & Canapés’. Set to drop August 18th on Play It Again Sam, the new record is produced by Leo Abrahams. Ghostpoet’s last single ‘Immigrant Boogie’ found the South Londoner tapping into more of a post punk sound. Now bringing forth the second offering from the new LP, ‘Trouble + Me’ sticks to a haunting soundscape, sonically fitting for the current chaotic times.
Berlin’s Lea Porcelain will release their debut album ‘Hymns To The Night’ on June 16th. As anticipation builds, the duo have shared the Vessels remix of their single ‘Bones’. What begins as a haunting blanket of minimalism, eventually explodes into a euphoric electronic deliverance.
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 […]
Over the years there have been a resurgence of the post-punk, industrial, synth and new wave sound that groups like Depeche Mode and Nine Inch Nails helped to foster into the mainstream psyche. However, it is a rare feat at times to actually come across bands who are trying to push the sound further rather than simply fostering a carbon copy version of the previous groups mentioned. However, when Berlin-based Lea Porcelain came on the scene back in 2015, there was something very other about the pair. Songs such as ‘A Year From Here’ and ‘Out Is In’ straddled between melancholic electronica, krautrock, post punk and things in between.
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.
NYC rocker Dion Lunadon will release his self-titled debut solo album on June 9 via Agitated Records. Bringing a heavy dose of punk in it’s purest form, he has also shared a video to accompany the single ‘Howl’. Directed by Reuben Wu, the vid features Loren Palmer frantically dancing in a forest whilst wearing a mask. Now mind you, the song is pretty energetic so what else would you do if you heard the song in the woods? You would more thank likely dance as well, now wouldn’t you? Have a look. Read more […]
Nika Roza Danilova aka Zola Jesus has announced the release of her new album ‘Okovi’. Landing September 8th on Sacred Bones Records, Danilova has also revealed her latest single taken fromt the LP called ‘Exhumed’. Haunting and epic in production, ghostly vocals float in the background as Zola Jesus steps with a commanding force for one powerful deliverance of a song.
With Lea Porcelain’s LP ‘Hymns To The Night’ finally out June 16th, the Berlin-based duo now drops a touching video for the track ‘A Year From Here’. Directed by Micki Rosi Richter along with Lea Porcelain, the story revolves around a mother who is standing strong for her daughter yet is clearly dealing with a sense of personal pain. Shot in black and white, the video is a brilliant accompaniment to another great track from the group. Have a look.