Tuesday, May 24, 2016

Watch: The Kills Share Music Video For "Siberian Nights"

London indie rock/post-punk band The Kills have shared the video for their new single "Siberian Nights".

The song is part of our current playlist and is taken from their upcoming new album 'Ash & Ice', set to arrive on June 3rd 2016. Pre-order your copy here.

The video was directed by Giovanni Ribisi. Take a look below.


New Entry: Palace Premiere New Single "Break The Silence"

London-based alt rock band Palace have premiered their brand new single "Break The Silence".

Stream it below.


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New Entry: HUSH! Unveil New Single "Teenage Weekends"

London based shoegaze/dream pop band HUSH! have unveiled their dreamy new track "Teenage Weekends".

The single b/w "Fade into You" will be out on June 10th via Fierce Panda Records. Pre-order it here.

ABout the track, frontman Arran Taylor explains: "‘Teenage Weekends’ is my love letter to the film scores of 1980s coming of age movies. I always thought it would score well to the end of a Corey Haim film."

Have a listen below.


Watch: It's A Fine Line Drop "The Delivery (Ft. Alex Kapranos)" New Video

London-based electronic/house duo It's A Fine Line have aired the video for their newest single "The Delivery" featuring Franz Ferdinand's Alex Kapranos on vocals.

The song is out now via Kill The DJ Records, and is taken from their upcoming debut album, due out in August 26. Grab the single here

The video, starring Hayett McCarthy as Alex Kapranos, was directed by Gareth McConnell. WAtch it below.


Watch: Happy Meals Air Music Video For "If You Want Me Now"

Glasgow-based kosmiche-disco/avant pop duo Happy Meals (aka Suzanne Rodden and Lewis Cook) have aired the video for their infectious new single "If You Want Me Now".

The song is part of our current playlist and is taken from their brand new EP 'Fruit Juice', released last week through Night School Records. Get your copy here.

If You Want Me Now is pop music, pure and from the source. Alternating between French and English, Rodden recreates the live persona that has emerged since the group’s beginnings; an unrestrained performer bringing the innate sensuality beneath Happy Meals’ surface exploding into the light. Cook’s production work here sounds fresh and classic simultaneously, a glorious Jacno tribute enthralled to House music and Italo Disco.

Take a look at the video below.