Wednesday, November 11, 2015

Watch: Pony Time Unleash Music Video For "I like Your Shoes"

Seattle garage rock/psych duo Pony Time (aka Luke Beetham and Stacy Peck) have unleashed the video for their current single "I like Your Shoes".

The song is part of our current playlist and is taken from their fourth record 'Rumours 2: The Rumours Are True', which came out on September 11th. Buy it here.

The video was directed by 


New Entry: This Is The Bridge Drops New Track "Fuck The 80s!"

London solo and collaborative electronic music project This Is The Bridge has dropped a very sick new track "Fuck The 80s!".

Stream it below.


New Entry: Weekender Unveil New Single "Floaty Feeling, Blue"

Philadelphia based dream pop/shoegaze band Weekender have unveiled their new catchy single "Floaty Feeling, Blue".

The song is the first single and title track of their upcoming sophomore EP 'Floaty Feeling, Blue', due in January via PaperCup Music.

Have a listen below.


New Entry: Morning Smoke Drop New Single "Soft Decay"

Brighton post-punk/noise pop four piece Morning Smoke have dropped their new single "Soft Decay".

The song, recorded by Rory Atwell, who has previously worked with Palma Violets, The Vaccines and Yuck, "is the kind of infectious, disaffected anthem you thought bands had stopped writing since the nineties." It will be out b/w 'How Does It Feel' on December 4th via Cannibal Hymns. 

Pre-order the track here and stream it below.


Watch: Sun Machine Premiere "The Loudest of Them" Music Video

Brighton/London psych/baggy band Sun Machine have premiered the video for their newest single "The Loudest of Them".

The song is part of our current playlist and is the first in a trilogy of singles they will release over the next months via their own label Twin Egg Records.

The video was directed by Tess Faria. Watch it below.