Wednesday, March 13, 2019

Watch: Yumi Zouma Release "In Camera" Music Video

New Zealand-based indie pop band Yumi Zouma have released the video for their latest single "In Camera".

The song is taken from their EP 'III', which came out in September 2018 through Cascine Records. Get your copy here.

The video was directed by Pavel Brenner. Take a look below.


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Watch: Kill The Moose Reveal Music Video For "She Gets High"

French indie rock/alt/shoegaze band Kill The Moose have revealed the video for "She Gets High".

The song is part of our current playlist and is taken from their third EP 'To The Moon And Back', released in September 2018. Get it here

The video was directed by Jon Hall. Watch it below.


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New Entry: Tempesst Premiere New Single "Is this all that there is?"

London-based psych pop/indie rock band Tempesst have premiered their new single "Is this all that there is?".

The song is out now via Pony Recordings.

Grab it here and take a listen below.


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Watch: Mini Mansions Unleash "GummyBear" Music Video

Los Angeles indie pop/rock band Mini Mansions have unleashed the video for their latest single "GummyBear".

The song is part of our current playlist and is taken from their new album 'Guy Walks Into A Bar',  which will be out on July 26th via Fiction Records. Pre-order your copy here.

Watch the clip below.

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New Entry: W. H. Lung Drop New Single "Second Death Of My Face"

Manchester psych/post-punk band W. H. Lung have dropped their new single "Second Death Of My Face".

The song is taken from their long-awaited debut album 'Incidental Music', set to arrive on on April 5 via Melodic Records. Pre-order the album here.

UPDATE 18/03/2019: "Second Death Of My Face" is our new Single of the Week!

Take a listen below.


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Nots Announce New LP '3', Stream "Half Painted House"

Memphis lo-fi/garage punk band NOTS have announced the release of their new album titled '3'.

The follow-up to 2016’s Cosmetic, will be out on May 10 via Goner, and is their first album as a trio; Alexandra Eastburn left the band last year.

The band have also shared their infectious new single "Half Painted House", which "is about being stuck in a haze of repetitive cycles while change proves to be both stubborn and elusive,” Natalie Hoffmann said in a statement. “The veneer of what it looks like to be ‘normally functioning’ during these tumultuous times is a peeling to reveal a mind struggling to keep from turning against itself.”

Check out the album's tracklist and listen to "Half Painted House" below.

3 Tracklist:
01. Low
02. Woman Alone
03. Floating Hand
04. In Glass
05. Persona
06. Half Painted House
07. Rational Actor
08. Far Reaching Shadows
09. Surveillance Veil
10. Built Environment


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Watch: The Makeout Club Unleash "Lose Yourself" Music Video

Brooklyn-based dance pop/glam punk band The Makeout Club have unleashed the video for "Lose Yourself".

The song is part of our current playlist and came out in  July 2018. Get it here.

Speaking about it, vocalist Robert Granata said: “Lose Yourself is a track about waking up one morning and not understanding where you are. Who your friends are and the decisions you’ve made. Were they the best for you? Is it alright to lose yourself? Or is it better to turn and face yourself? Step inside and see what awaits…” 

The video was directed by Alex Purifoy. Watch below.


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Drahla Announce Debut LP 'Useless Coordinates', Unveil "Stimulus For Living"

Leeds/Wakefield garage punk three-piece Drahla have announced they will release their highly-anticipated debut album 'Useless Coordinates' on May 3 via Captured Tracks.

Speaking from her current base in south-east London with bassist Rob Riggs, singer/guitarist Luciel Brown recounts the record’s somewhat chaotic gestation. “Most of last year was spent touring, so we were squeezing writing and recording in from the beginning of 2018 until end of August.” In-between a headline tour, support slots with Ought and METZ, and multiple festival appearances - including at Meltdown at the request of The Cure’s Robert Smith - Brown, Riggs and Wakefield-based drummer Mike Ainsley managed 10 days in the studio in total.

It was the unsettled nature of the period that part-inspired the album’s title. “[Useless Coordinates] summarised all of our situations,” Brown explains. “We had all these shows coming up and we knew we needed to leave our jobs and change our living situations to make all this stuff happen. So we had all these fixed points and timelines, but at the same time we felt quite lost within all of that.”

Though they felt adrift in their personal lives, artistically Drahla thrived amongst confusion. Experimentation was integral to the creative process, with Brown and Riggs continuing to swap instruments as per their live shows, while collectively they were open to relinquishing traditional song structures in favour of adopting a more instinctive approach. Another integral development proved to be the involvement Chris Duffin of XAM Duo, who played saxophone on large swathes of the record and whose esoteric musical tastes were influential.

The result is an uncompromising but deeply rewarding debut where the internal and external, cerebral and visceral coalesce to quite startling effect.

Pre-order the album here, check out the tracklist and the video for their new single "Stimulus For Living", below.

Useless Coordinates Tracklist:
01. Gilded Cloud
02. Serenity
03. Pyramid Estate
04. Stimulus for Living
05. React/Revolt
06. Primitive Rhythm
07. Serotonin Level
08. Twelve Divisions of the Day
09. Unwound
10. Invisible Sex.


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New Entry: The Foreign Resort Share New Single "Burn in the Night"

Danish post-punk band The Foreign Resort have shared their new single "Burn in the Night".

The song is taken from the band's forthcoming new album 'Outnumbered', which will be out on March 29 through Artoffact Records. Pre-order your copy here.

Stream it below.


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