OK, so we’ve got a LOT of catching up to do. Life’s throwing lots of distractions at me which means that blogging doesn’t get nearly as much time as it ever used to. I started writing this blog post over a week ago, so even once I post this I’m playing catch up. Let’s just plug ahead shall we?
First up is Bentcousin, who’ve collaborated with Alcatraz Electro on a New Order-esque track called Everybody Loves The Weekend. Ideal to kick off a Saturday post with.
A couple of months ago the guys at Metway Studios got in touch and asked if we wanted to be involved with a new project they’re starting, being part of a panel casting our view on a number of bands where the prize is a day’s studio time. Winner of the first month’s round of reviewing was ARC, and this is the track they recorded, called Walk Into. You can read more about the Metway Sessions on facebook.
The impossible to Google Thoughts sent us an email about their lovely acoustic track I Drew Blood weeks ago, and it came out on 20th July:
We’ve featured a couple of tracks from Miamigo‘s new Hard to Love EP on the past New Music posts we’ve made. Here’s the Shallou remix of the title track:
Friars Lantern got in touch recently with their debut single Spaces. The band have only started gigging in the last few months and already have a huge sound.
Worthy Victims second EP A Bitter Future came out last month. Here’s the first track from it, called Performance.
Soccer 96‘s Jupiter Masterdrive EP came out at the tail end of last year. They’ve just put out some remixes from it, including this re-edit of Flight Formation by dance music legend Danny Krivit.
We posted about The Modes Parallels EP back in June when we included Too Early in one of our New Music posts. They’ve just put up a video for another track from the EP. This is Space Grave:
DarkTrain have been a bit quiet for the past few months, but they’ve just resurfaced with some new icy synth-pop called Invitation to Love:
Alphabets Heaven have their ambient track Milton featured on a new compilation from Eventually Collections which can be downloaded from bandcamp here. Alternatively, to just hear the Alphabets Heaven track you can just hit play below
Stuart Newman‘s jangly Love’s Off The Hook popped in our in box a few weeks ago. It came out on 20th July and is available through all the usual digital download channels:
Last but by no means least, Common Tongues premiered their new single Overturning on Artrocker last week. This is their first rtack with producer Gavin Monaghan, who’s also producing their debut album which is pencilled in for release in spring next year: