Time for another new music post. This time around we’ve got new ones from Orchards (who also announced details of their new album this week, which you can pre-order from their website), and Wax Machine (which can be pre-ordered through their bandcamp page amongst other places) who also appear on the new Hill album which is included too. Oh, and for Penelope Isles fans we’ve also got the new Ciel track, produced by Jack Wolter.
Orchards / Sincerely Overwhelmed Hanya / I’ll Do It Tomorrow Kudu Blue / Are You With Me Wax Machine / Shade Fat City / A New Exit Ciel / The Shore The Mann and I / Bad Publicity Fragile Creatures / Big Red Button Koala Club / 360 Kev Minney / Borrow More Hill / God Sticks To The Pan (from Into Outta This World LP) Oxomo / Wake Up Kymara / You
Here’s this week’s slightly late new music post. This is actually a post I started writing a fortnight ago, didn’t finish, then went on holiday, so it’ll be followed up very quickly with another new music post of everything that’s come out in the last two weeks. Hold onto your hats, it’s going to be a busy few days on the blog:
Our first festival to talk about is QM Records Moves Festival, which takes place at the Old Market on Saturday 6th April. There’s a fantastic line up of some of the finest Brighton based bands, headed up by Normanton Street and Kudu Blue. Continue reading →
Here’s this week’s new music roundup, which I started putting together earlier this week, got halfway through, then realised that some of the tracks I wanted to include hadn’t been shared publicly, so here I am finishing it off on a Friday night:
Artist: Penelope Isles
Track Name: Chlorine
Taken From: Bella Union 7″
Release Date: 01/02/2019
Welcome to what’s probably our last New Music post of the year. We’re going to go into hibernation mode soon, with maybe just a post with some of our favourite tracks, and then we’ll be back in the new year, bright eyed and bushy tailed. But for now, it’s business as usual:
It’s almost that time again – the highlight in the Brighton musical calendar, when anywhere you can fit in a PA becomes venue for a few days. Yes, this coming weekend is The Great Escape Festival. We haven’t finalised our plans, but we’re probably going to end up seeing more Alt Escape stuff than proper Great Escape stuff, because that’s where the bulk of the local bands are playing. If you haven’t got yourself a ticket yet then you can get into all the Alt Escape stuff without one anyway.