Monday, January 09, 2017

Watch: American Wrestlers Reveal Music Video For "Give Up"

American Wrestlers, the lo-fi/indie pop project of Glasgow native and Manchester export Gary McClure, have revealed the video for their latest single "Give Up".

The song is part of our current playlist and is taken from their sophomore album 'Goodbye Terrible Youth', released in November 2016 through Fat Possum Records. Get it here.

Take a look at the clip below.


New Entry: Menace Beach Unveil New Single "Suck It Out"

Leeds noise-pop/surf punk duo Menace Beach have unveiled their new single "Suck It Out".

The song is taken from their upcoming sophomore album 'Lemon Memory' out 20 January. via Memphis Industries. Pre-order your copy here.

Have a listen below.


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Watch A New Video For David Bowie's "No Plan"

A new EP called 'No Plan' collecting David Bowie’s final known recordings was released in honour of what would have been the icon's 70th birthday (January 8). 

The EP contains three new tracks, "No Plan", "Killing a Little Time", and "When I Met You", along with "Lazarus", taken from the same sessions that produced Bowie’s final album, Blackstar. Buy it here.

Watch the video for his melancholic title track below, it was directed by Tom Hingston.


Watch: Drab Majesty Drops Music Video For New Single "Too Soon To Tell"

Los Angeles based goth/new wave/post-punk musician Deb Demure aka Drab Majesty has dropped the video for his newest single "Too Soon To Tell". 

The song is part of our current playlist and is taken from his upcoming sophomore album 'The Demonstration', which will be released on January 20th via Dais Records. Pre-order your copy here.

The video was directed by Amanda Siegel. Watch it below.


Watch: Crocodiles Reveal "Not Even In Your Dreams" Music Video

San Diego indie rock/glam-punk band Crocodiles have revealed the video for their current single "Not Even In Your Dreams".

The song is taken from sixth studio album 'Dreamless', set to be released on October 21 via Zoo Music.

The video was directed by Dani Miller, and shot by Guido Giorgi on VHS at Freak Out, Bologna, Italy. .Watch it below.



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