Wednesday, March 31, 2021

Watch: Twin Diver Reveal Lyric Video For "Television"

Irish post-punk duo Twin Diver have revealed a lyric video for their newest single "Television".

The song is part of our current playlist and is out now. Get it here.

Speaking about it, the duo explain: "The track delves into how people want to feel special and the pursuit of that feeling. I think everyone has a strange thought process around needing to feel important, almost a case of not caring what people think of you as long as it’s you they’re thinking of. As people in general, we have a very precarious sense of self.”

Watch the clip below.



New Entry: Anorak Patch Share New Single "Blue Jeans"

Colchester-based punk band Anorak Patch have shared their new single "Blue Jeans".

The song is out today (March 31) through Nice Swan Records. Get it here and stream it below.


Watch: Panther Modern Drops Music Video For "CRAWLING"

Los Angeles synthpunk/electronic project Panther Modern (aka Brady Keehn of L.A duo Sextile), has dropped the video for his newest single "CRAWLING".

The song is part of our current playlist and came yesterday (March 30). Grab it here.

Watch the video below.



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Watch: Foster The People Unleash "Lamb's Wool" Music Video

Los Angeles indie rock/pop band Foster The People have unleashed the video for their latest single "Lamb's Wool".

The song is part of our current playlist and is taken from their EP 'In The Darkest of Nights, Let the Birds Sing', which came out in December 2020. Grab your copy here.
 
Watch the clip below.


Watch: Black Asteroid Unveils Music Video For “Dust”

American electronic DJ/producer Bryan Black aka Black Asteroid has unveiled  the video for his newest single "Dust".

The song is the title track of his new EP, out this Friday, April 2 through Aufnahme + Wiedergabe. Pre-order your copy here.

Directed by Stephen Rutterford, whose debut film “Finding Ophelia” was screened at Cannes, the video was filmed in Brooklyn just at the start of the covid lockdown. The track shows the artist’s tendencies for darker techno, body and more while the video submerges us into a bleak, underground world.

Watch/listen below.



New Entry: Gardening Share New Song "Never Going Back Again"

London indie rock/lo-fi/alt band Gardening (formerly known as Mirror Shot) have shared their new song "Never Going Back Again".

This is the twelfth track from their lockdown demo series, written in November 2020.

"I had a major dry spell of finishing absolutely nothing worthwhile for months, broken by this track, so I feel sort of indebted to it. It was a lot of work to record, though I seem to remember it coming together really quickly. It's only three minutes long but there's a lot of stuff going on (including glockenspiel, dulcimer, backwards crashes, Beach House organ, noise, a LinnDrum, and about 10 guitars tuned to DADGAD). I confess to consequently being bitten by the glockenspiel bug - I just can't stop busting out the glockenspiels now."

Stream it below.



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Watch: Saccades Shares New Single/Video "Older Than Tomorrow"

Berlin-based psych pop/post punk musician Nicholas Wood aka Saccades (best known for making up one-half of The KVB) has shared the video for his new single "Older Than Tomorrow".

The song is taken from his sophomore album 'Flowing Fades', seet to be released on April 9th via Fuzz Club Records. Pre-order your copy here.

Watch/listen below.


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Watch: CLUSTERSUN Air New Single/Video "All Your Pain"

Italian neo-psych/space rock/shoegaze band CLUSTERSUN have aired the video for their new single "All Your Pain".

This is the second single taken from their forthcoming third studio album 'Avalanche', which will be available on May 20th through Icy Cold Records (FR) and Little Cloud Records (US). Pre-order your copy here.

This is the kind of sound that will make you crave for being squashed in a massive crowd at a festival, eyes closed, ears exploding, mind tripping, legs dancing and head banging, lost and found, flooded by the fuzz, the reverb, the tune.

Watch/listen below.


New Entry: De Lux Drop New Single "Some Things Never Break"

Los Angeles based post-disco, dance-punk duo De Lux have dropped their new single "Some Things Never Break".

The song is taken from their upcoming EP 'Uneven', set to arrive on April 23 via Innovative Leisure. Pre-order it here.

"Something’s Never Break" is about old habits dying hard. The lyrics tow the line between earnestness and irony throughout the song, making you wonder if they’re sung with a wink or a nod. The band’s special brand of cheeky social commentary rewards the listener with some of their best one liners: “I hope one day/I can make enough money/So I can have an opinion/And I don't have to fake it.” 

It’s got a trance inducing off kilter synth intro and guitars that sound like they’re melting in slow motion as Sean Guerin puts on a character that sounds like an extension of the sort of musical theatre he performed in past songs like "Oh Man the Future" and "Music Snob." While his character can’t seem to change his life, the song might change yours.

Take a listen below.


Watch: POND Return With New Single/Video "Pink Lunettes"

Australian psychedelic-pop/rock band POND have returned with their brand new single "Pink Lunettes", alongside an accompanying music video.

The song is out now via Spinning Top Records / Secretly Distribution and is the first new material since their 2018's album 'Tasmania'. Get it here.

Speaking about it, frontman Nick Allbook said: “I think we managed to jitter along the neon tightrope between totally unhinged, strobing spontaneity and focused forward momentum."

Watch/listen below.


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