Another week, another new music roundup. We’re starting off this week with news of the new EP from Momotaro, who have been fairly quiet for the last few years. The new EP is called Places and is out on 5th May, and the first track from it that they’ve shared is the lovely Gone Days.
What’s the best thing about Brighton?
The people. I’ve lived in Brighton for nearly 10 years and in that time I’ve met so many free-spirited, creative individuals. That’s what’s kept me here. Lord knows it’s not the rent prices! Continue reading
Happy Easter! Are you still allowed to say that once you’re past Easter Sunday? Who knows. You’re all still enjoying an Easter Bank Holiday, that’s for sure (unless you’re working, in which case I apologise). Anyway, new music. It’s been a long time since the last proper release from Yumi & The Weather, but Distant Days is worth the wait. Cool-as-ice vocals flutter over effervescent electronic beats. It’s coming out on super-limited 7″ on MIOHMI records on 12th May and is backed with another new track called In The Night:
Being called Brighton Music Blog, we don’t actually talk too much about Brighton. Sure, we write about plenty of bands from Brighton, but we don’t often go much beyond that. All that’s about to change with our new feature, Brighton Rocks, where we hear a bit more about what local bands like about Brighton, and get a shot of them somewhere unmistakeably familiar. First in the hot seat is Jim Corbin, from BMB favourites Sea Bed: