Danish band Nelson Can have shared the video for their single ‘Stonewall Frank’. Now in all honesty, there isn’t really much going on in the vid besides the girls sitting on steps nodding their heads to the track. Whilst there may not be much action in the visual department, the song itself is quite amazing and energetic. The track is taken from Nelson Can’s ‘EP3’ EP out now on Alcopop! Records. Check it out.
If you combine a punk attitude with funk, disco and obscure pop sonics, you might get somewhat close to the sounds of Liverpool band Pink Kink. With a name alone that instantly captures your attention, the group have unveiled their debut song ‘Bubblebutt’. Undoubtedly energetic, the in your face lyrics address issues of misogyny and sexism. A wild ride indeed, Pink Kink is our new binge. Pink Kink 2017 tour dates along with Dead Pretties: Manchester, Castle Hotel – 28 September Newcastle, Read more […]
One of the hottest bands out of Manchester, PINS make their return with their new song ‘Save The Rich’. For this one, the group have teamed up with Jamie Hince of The Kills, who produced the track. Upbeat drumming sets the tone as spiky guitar riffs and head-on vocals hark back to the sound of the punk funk era with a modern twist. PINS are definitely on fire these days. ‘Serve The Rich’ is out now. Have a listen. Read more […]
ExSage have shared a stream of their new EP ‘Total Devotion’. The record marks a new chapter for the band with singer Kate Clover now steering the ship solo. Playing every instrument on the EP with the exception of drums, ‘Total Devotion’ is a raw, energetic and utterly fierce package. Swirling together spearing punk, smokey psychedelic and alternative, Clover has demonstrated that she can rock harder than ever, driving with pure direction, with a brilliant release being the outcome. Below is a stream of the new EP.
NYC rockers High Waisted definitely know how to party it up. Aside from making our lives look totally stale by comparison, the four piece outfit have been owning the New York underground scene for years now. Their debut LP ‘On Ludlow’ was a masterpiece and the band also delivered a pretty hot playlist for ColoRising Mixes: 26. Now taking their sound to a higher level, High Waisted have released their new 7″ record ‘Free Throw/Firebomb’.
Bassist Jennie Vee spends her time navigating between recording solo material and playing with Eagles of Death Metal. Releasing her debut album ‘Spying’ back in 2015, the Canadian-born artist will not drop her new EP ‘Suffer’ on September 22nd via WaxRomantix Records. ‘Hospital Bed’, the first single from the upcoming record, is a guitar-heavy dealing of shoegaze and garage/punk fitting firmly together in a tight package with Vee’s vocal melodies adding a touch of pop to the tune. We have a stream of ‘Hospital Bed’ which you can check out down at the bottom.
Oakland band Everyone Is Dirty return with a new recording titled ‘My Neon’s Dead’. A slow rocking shot of gritty punk guitars with a twist of pop vocals, this is the title cut to their forthcoming LP slated to get released September 28th on OIM Records. You can stream the track below. Read more […]
Archy Marshall aka King Krule returns the video for his latest single ‘Dum Surfer’. Definitely on the darker side, a sickly and zombie looking Marshall and band mates perform in a venue in front of a handful people of people, mostly elder, and a stricken looking young adult. Directed by Brother Willis, the visuals are shot in a nostalgic Super 8 film styling, adding another level of grit to the video. The song is taken from King Krule’s forthcoming album ‘The OOZ’, out October 13th on XL Recordings/True Panther Sounds.
Swedish band Baby Jesus have shared a stream of their new LP ‘Took Our Sons Away’. A fierce and fiery lashing of garage rock, punk, psychedelic and surf at its finest, the 14-song release finds the band not only drawing a distinct energy from their previous experiences in hardcore and metal, but also tapping into a classic 50s era of rock & roll that is timeless. Heavily reverb-soaked instrumentation mixed with echoing vocals are staples throughout the record, definitely creating a nostalgic feel.
Continuing their onslaught of raw and uncut punk, Norway’s Sløtface have unveiled their new single ‘Backyard’. Whilst the classic elements of to the point punk guitar riffs are firmly planted, the band also foster alternative meets pop hooks, adding a different dynamic to the revving piece. “Backyard’ is taken from debut LP ‘Try Not To Freak Out’, out September 15th on Propeller Recordings. Stream the cut down below.