Sunday, August 07, 2016
Devon-born, Brighton-based indie pop/lo-fi Breathe Panel have unveiled their debut single "On My Way".
The song will be out on 19th August as a 7” via Fat Cat Records.
Have a listen below.
Swedish indie pop band Holi have released their new single "Feel Nothing Fail Nothing"
It is the first single from the band's upcoming album (out late October).
Stream it below.
Minsk, Belarus post punk/cold wave band Super Besse have dropped the video for their latest track "Dym".
The song is part of our current playlist and serves as the b-side of their latest single 'Nasilie', which came out back in April. Grab it here.
Watch the clip below.
The video was directed by Sam Wiehl. Take a look below.
The song is part of our current playlist and is taken from sixth studio album 'Dreamless', set to be released on October 21 via Zoo Music.
The video was directed by Andrés Kenguan. Watch it below.
Seventeen years ago, The Faint ushered in the return of synthesizers to the modern musical landscape with the release of 1999’s Blank-Wave Arcade. The world took note and the dance-rock movement of the early 00’s followed in its wake. In the ensuing years, the band’s consistent evolution cemented their status as one of the most forward thinking and influential forces in dance-rock.
The 2LP retrospective (also on CD & digital) out It's not all old hits though, they have included their latest single "Young & Realistic" as well as a BONUS 7" with 2 more new songs "Skylab1979" (which you can listen below) and "ESP".
CAPSULE: 1999 - 2016 tracklist:
01. Glass Danse
03. Agenda Suicide
04. Mirror Error
05. Evil Voices
06. The Conductor
07. Desperate Guys
08. Worked Up So Sexual
09. Posed to Death
10. I Disappear
11. Take Me to the Hospital
12. The Geeks Were Right
13. Dropkick the Punks
14. Damage Control
15. Call Call
16. Southern Belles in London Sing
17. Young & Realistic
18. Skylab1979 (Bonus Track)
19. ESP (Bonus Track)
Tags: The Faint
The song is part of our current playlist and is taken from their debut album 'In A Restless House', released in September last year via IOHYOU Records. Buy it here.
The video was directed by Brian Purnell. Watch it below.
The follow-up to last year's 'Pathology', roars back with anti-capitalist wit in songs that range from dreamy bossanova pulse to rebellious post-punk strut, it strides out of those confines, unafraid to offend, and commits to anti-capitalism with gleeful abandon. With a defiant spirit of personal and political openness, Brower Brown wrote Own It in opposition to the way he felt capitalism tried to turn him defensive, vain, and selfish; through inspiration by Frankfurt School social theorists to look critically at the ways capitalism shapes us psychologically, as well as the Grace Lee/Jimmy Boggs American radical tradition, where personal transformation is the necessary first step to anti-capitalist revolution.
The band have also aired the video for their newest single "My Things", it was directed by Gonzalo Eyzaguirre.
Check out the tracklist and watch the clip for My Things below.
Own It track listing:
01. Get Loud
03. How Do I Turn
04. Coral Bleach
05. My Things
06. Pure Blues
10. Bent Glass
11. The Answer
The song is part of our current playlist and is taken from their new EP 'Ghost Food', which came out this Friday (August 5) via Innovative Leisure. Buy your copy here.
Check out the clip below.