Thursday, February 11, 2021

New Entry: The Chain Gang of 1974 Drops New Single "Fall Into Me"

Los Angeles-based singer/multi-instrumentalist The Chain Gang of 1974 (aka Kamtin Mohager), has aired his new single "Fall Into Me".

The song is taken from his forthcoming b-side EP 'Besides', from the HMD recording sessions, out on March 5th via Fever Ltd. Get it here.

Stream it below.

Watch: The City Gates Unleash Music Video For "Maddening Ride"

Canadian post punk/shoegaze band The City Gates have unleashed the video for "Maddening Ride".

The song is part of our current playlist and is taken from their 2018 album 'Forever Orbiter' released via Northern Light Records. Buy it here if you haven't already.

Watch the video below.


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Watch: Yee Loi Reveal Unveil "Search and Destroy" (The Stooges/Iggy Pop Cover)

Liverpool rock/punk duo Yee Loi (sisters Rose, age 13 and Matilda, age 11) have unveiled their cover version of The Stooges/Iggy Pop' classic "Search and Destroy".

From the girls: "48 years ago, this amazing song was released. I hope you enjoy our shortened version of it, as much as we enjoy playing it. It has a monster riff!"

Watch/listen below.


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New Entry: Working Men's Club Share "Be My Guest (Minsky Rock MEGAMIX)"

Yorkshire post punk/new wave band Working Men’s Club have shared the Minsky Rock MEGAMIX of their song "Be My Guest".

The remix is taken from The Minsky Rock MEGAMIX of their self-titled debut album, out today (Feb 11) via Heavenly Recordings. Get your copy here.

Take a listen below.


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New Entry: I LIKE TRAINS Air "The Truth (Vessels Remix)"

Leeds-based alternative rock trailblazers I LIKE TRAINS have aired the Vessels Remix of their song "The Truth".

The remix is out today, get it here. The original version of the song features on their fourth studio album 'KOMPROMAT' released in August 2020 via Schubert Music’s newly founded Atlantic Curve label. Buy your copy here.

“I don’t usually have a remix in mind when it come to our own music, but ‘The Truth’ was always designed to make people move, and it seemed logical to gear it up properly for the dance floor," says I LIKE TRAINS vocalist David Martin.

"We asked for something dark, relentless and filthy and Vessels delivered it in spades. Our bands go a long way back. We were playing shows together in Leeds basements when we were starting out, and have gone on to take our own paths and carve out our own niches. We’ve always been close so it’s great to be able to come together again, and take stock of those journeys.”

Take a listen below.