Wednesday, September 20, 2017

Watch: Hello Paris Airs "Into The Deep Misunderstanding" New Video

French dream pop/shoegaze solo project Hello Paris (ex Fifty Miles From Vancouver) has aired visuals for his dreamy new single "Into The Deep Misunderstanding".

The song is part of our current playlist and is out now b/w "April" via Beko Disques. Buy it here.

Watch the clip below.

New Entry: Phobophobes Unleash New Single "Where Is My Owner?"

London garage punk band Phobophobes have unleashed their brand new single "Where Is My Owner?".

The song was recorded and produced by the band at The Windmill in Brixton and is out now, grab it here. Apparently, it’s the first taster of “a forthcoming full length project”. 

Stream it below.


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New Entry: Factice Factory Unleash New Single "Cherry Picker"

French/Swiss cold wave/minimal/post punk outfit Factice Factory have unleashed their new single "Cherry Picker".

The 7" vinyl single 'Cherry Picker'/'Baustein', will be out on October the 1st via German Label Holy Hours Records. Get it digitally here.

Stream both tracks below.


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New Entry: Surf Rock Is Dead Air New Single "White Salsa"

Brooklyn based indie pop/surf rock duo Surf Rock Is Dead (aka Kevin Pariso and Joel Witenberg) have aired their new single "White Salsa".

The song is taken from their upcoming new EP 'We Have No Friends?', set to arrive next month (October 6th) via Native Sound. Pre-order your copy here.

We've already heard “As If” and “Everything They Said”.

Have a listen below.



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Watch: Shame Premiere Music Video For New Single "Concrete"

South London post punk band Shame have premiered the video for their addictive new single "Concrete".

The song has been added to our current playlist and is out today (September 20). Grab it here.

According to frontman Charlie Steen is "about someone who’s trapped in a relationship and they’re being pummelled into surrender. It’s not about a physically abusive relationship – more an emotionally and psychologically draining one. The call-and-response vocals is the central figure’s own internal dialogue. They are dealing with two different things that they don’t want to address."

The video was directed by Homer & Farley. Check out below.


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New Entry: Shout Out Louds Reveal New Song "Paola"

Swedish indie-pop band Shout Out Louds have revealed their new song "Paola".

The song is taken from their forthcoming new album 'Ease My Mind', set to arrive this Friday (September 22). Pre-order your copy here.

About the track, the band posted: "Bebban's (band member Bebban Stenborg) real name is Paola. This song is about her, us, choosing a different path and being friends for life."

Have a listen below.


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New Entry: Wild Meadows Unveil New Single "Feel The Noise"

Melbourne-based shoegaze/psych rock band Wild Meadows have unveiled their catchy new single "Feel The Noise".

The song, recorded, mixed and produced by Paul ‘Woody’ Annison, is "a pulsating blend of noise-pop, psych-rock and shoegaze, an ode to impulsiveness and the pleasure that comes from letting go."

It is the lead single from their forthcoming self-titled LP. Have a listen below.


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Watch: Winter Release Music Video For "Jaded"

L.A. based shoegaze/dream pop band Winter have released the video for their latest single "Jaded".

The song is part of our current playlist, was recorded and produced by Lewis Pesacov (Best Coast, FIDLAR), and came out in June. Buy it here.

The video was directed by Kevin P. Kearney. Take a look below.



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Watch: Febueder Share Music Video For "Stilts"

Ascot, UK indie rock/alt band Febueder Have shared the video for their current single "Stilts".

the song is part of our current playlist and is taken from their latest EP 'From an Album', released back in May. Buy it here.

The video was directed by Jess Colquhoun. Take a look below.



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