All posts tagged: post punk

MANKIND Share Their Latest Garage Rock Single ‘Three Handfuls Of Dirt’

Swedish rockers MANKIND make their return with a healthy dealing of dark and powerful garage rock. Just a second under four minutes in length, ‘Three Handfuls Of Dirt’ is a slow building drill of electrifying guitar riffs and thunderous drums before exploding into intense climax that would raise the dead. Ironically the track is taken from their forthcoming EP ‘Death’, out May 12.

Ghostpoet Returns with ‘Immigrant Boogie’

It’s been two years since Mercury-nominated artist Ghostpoet released his critically acclaimed album ‘Shedding Skin’. Having consistently taken his sound in various directions, the magical question was, where would Ghostpoet sonically venture with a new release? His new single ‘Immigrant Boogie’ finds the South London native treading the waters of darker, post-punk-driven production. Touching on the delicate topic of men and women crossing borders for a better life, the haunting soundscape provides the perfect backing for Ghostpoet’s narrative which coincides brilliantly with the current political climate.

Husky Loops ‘Tempo’ Video

London-based trio Husky Loops bring forth the visuals for their song ‘Tempo’. Definitely one of the more interesting videos floating about, clips of people in disarray as they battle the hands of time is the focus. Whilst there is definitely a strong sense of fear happening, eventually each person breaks from the awkward position in their flats, running into the street. The video is directed by Tom Ringsby and Husky Loops member Pietro. Have a look. Read more […]

Stream INVSN’s Post-Punk Cut ‘I Dreamt Music’

Whilst Swedish artist Dennis Lyxzén has made a name for himself with Refused, it should be noted that his past project The (International) Noise Conspiracy is also worth checking out. However, Lyxzén’s third band INVSN are three albums deep (which include LPs two LPs under the previous Invasionen moniker) and are showing no signs of slowing down.

Girls In Synthesis ‘Disappear’ Video

When it comes to bring the rugged and raw sound of punk and noise, Girls In Synthesis are at the top of our list. Having released their double A-side record ‘The Mound/Disappear’, the London trio are as core as they come. The group have now dropped the official video for ‘Disappear’ which features a messy dripping of paint on top of all three members. Directed by Camila Leme Nelson, the video was literally done in one take. Check it out.

PLAZA Unveil Their Ethereal Single ‘Deep In My Head’

Hartlepool band PLAZA are the voices of a generation of British artists providing clear, wide window views of relevant issues pertaining to young adulthood of today. One of the topics that the band has now touched is that of mental health. PLAZA’s latest single ‘Deep In My Head’ is an atmospheric and moody post-punk jewel that soundtracks a series of free thoughts racing along a climatic point of raging guitar riffs and powering drums. ‘Deep In My Head’ is their best offering yet. In regards Read more […]

H.Grimace Unveil Their New Track Titled ‘Lipsyncer’

Fans of H.Grimace’s 2015 ‘I Am Material’ cassette and their ‘Royal Hush’ should definitely anticipate the band’s forthcoming debut LP ‘Self Architect’, out April 7 on the Opposite Number label. Wasting no time the group have shared a new song taken from the upcoming record entitled ‘Lipsyncer’. Blending a breezing combo of indie and post-punk, the track is spearheaded by multiple guitar riffs racing to a climatic build-up. Touching on the song Hannah Gledhil Wrote: “‘Lipsyncer’ is about Read more […]

Lea Porcelain Announce Debut LP ‘HYMNS TO THE NIGHT’

Berlin duo Lea Porcelain cannot do any wrong in our eyes at the moment. Releasing some of the post potent post-punk tracks over the past year, the pair will finally drop their debut album ‘HYMNS TO THE NIGHT’ on June 16th. The announcement follows Lea Porcelain’s Bruce Springsteen cover ‘Streets of Philadelphia’, in which a video was recently posted. Recorded in Berlin’s FUNKHAUS, the process was spread throughout a two year period.

ColoRising Mixes 30: Girls In Synthesis

If there is one group here to shake things up in music it’s London’s Girls In Synthesis. With a sound raging with punk fury, the group released their double A-side record ‘The Mound/Disappear’ in early March of this year. The band’s energy hit like the impact of a bullet train at full speed with much of it properly translated at their live shows. After all, it isn’t uncommon to see some of the members jumping into the crowd whilst playing. With the current political climate of the world seeming to spiral into a frenzy, the sound of Girls In Synthesis couldn’t be needed more to cut through the current fluff floating about.

ColoRising Mixes 30: Girls In Synthesis

If there is one group here to shake things up in music it’s London’s Girls In Synthesis. With a sound raging with punk fury, the group released their double A-side record ‘The Mound/Disappear’ in early March of this year. The band’s energy hit like the impact of a bullet train at full speed with much of it properly translated at their live shows. After all, it isn’t uncommon to see some of the members jumping into the crowd whilst playing. With the current political climate of the world seeming to spiral into a frenzy, the sound of Girls In Synthesis couldn’t be needed more to cut through the current fluff floating about.