Monday, March 11, 2019

Watch: Foals Release Music Video For "White Onions"

Oxford UK indie rockers Foals have released the video for  "White Onions".

The song is part of our current playlist and is taken from their new album 'Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost' Part 1, which came out last Friday (March 8) via Transgressive/Warner Bros. Buy it here.

Watch the video below.

Watch: Gabe Gurnsey Airs Music Video For "New Kind"

London based DJ/producer/songwriter Gabe Gurnsey has aired the video for his latest single "New Kind".

The song is taken from his debut record 'Physical', which came out in August last year via Phantasy. The extended version of the track + reworks by new producer Fall Forward, will be out 26th April on 12" Vinyl and digital. Get it here

Watch the clip below.


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New Entry: Guards Premiere New Single "Take My Mind"

New York-based fuzz-pop band Guards (the project of Richie Follin from Cults/Willowz) have premiered their catchy new single "Take My Mind".

The song is taken from their forthcoming new album 'Modern Hymns', set to arrive on May 22 via Kobalt.

Take a listen below.

Watch: Worst Place Drop Music Video For "Soak"

London alt pop/psych band Worst Place have revealed their latest single "Soak".

The song is part of our current playlist and is taken from the upcoming Doble A-side single "Square Eyes/Soak", released in October 2018. Grab it here.

The video was directed by Katie Iles-Spencer. Take a look below.


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New Entry: Karen O and Danger Mouse Reveal New Single "Turn The Light"

Yeah Yeah Yeahs frontwoman Karen O and producer Danger Mouse have revealed their new single "Turn The Light".

The song is taken from their collaborative album ‘Lux Prima’, which will be released on 15th March via BMG. Pre-order it here.

Stream it below.


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New Entry: Dantevilles Unveil New Single "Bloomin' Flowers"

Manchester indie pop/rock band Dantevilles have unveiled their new single "Bloomin' Flowers".

The song is out now. Grab it here.

The band's words: "The title plays off of Mancunian slang with Bloomin' meaning to be blessed or blamed. The rest of the song is about how our understanding of love and relationships have changed over time."

Stream it below.


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