Dorking-based psych/indie rock band Vinyl Staircase have aired the video for "Last I Heard".
The song is part of our current playlist and is taken from their self-produced eponymous EP, released in March. Get it here.
The video was directed, filmed and edited by the band: "Set in an abandoned poly-tunnel greenhouse and a very hot day, it’s a summer make over for the last track on our EP. We aimed to channel the vibe of the video for Paperback Writer, which was released in the fateful year of 1966. A coincidence? We think not. It’s coming home."
Underworld & Iggy Pop have dropped the video for their collaborative track "Get Your Shirt".
The song is “a lament to bad decisions, regrettable rips-offs, presidential flirts and unlovable jerks," and is taken from their collaborative EP 'Teatime Dub Encounters', set to be released on . Pre-order your copy here.
While overseeing the soundtrack for T2 Trainspotting, Underworld’s Rick Smith arranged a meeting with Iggy Pop in a room at The Savoy Hotel on London’s Strand to discuss working on collaborative music for the film. While the tracks didn’t make the final cut of the film, the encounters have formed this four-track EP.
London based post punk/minimal wave/cold wave band Detachments have announced the release of their long-awaited new EP 'Chain of Command'.
The five-track EP will be out on September 15th through Young and Cold Records.
Founded by vocalist/song-writer/producer Bastien Marshal (born Manchester), with co-producer and synth expert Ed Casula (hails from Italy and joined in 2014), Detachments is one of our favourite bands and have caused waves of excitement on the more discerning dancefloors and clubs with singles such as "I Don't Want To Play", "Circles", "Audio/Video", "H.A.L." and "Holiday Romance".
01. Chain of Master
02. Guilty Party
04. High Command
05. Thieves of Time
06. The Artimetric of Guilt
The teaser features 25 seconds of new promising and catchy music. Watch it below.
Australia-born/San Francisco-based musician David West (Total Control/Lace Curtain) guitar pop/dream pop project Rat Columns have unveiled their new single "Sometimes We're Friends".
The song is taken from their upcoming 7" vinyl EP via Slumberland Records. This recording sees Rat Columns dancing around classicist, German-influenced propulsive guitar pop on 'Sometimes We're Friends', an indie pop gossamer ballad involving an 'Astral Lover', and an unusual diversion into downer, vaguely Young-esque dirge rock on the cheery 'Waiting To Die'. This is the first Rat Columns release on the long-running, Bay Area-based Slumberland imprint.