New Brighton Music

Here’s this week’s new music roundup, which includes two tracks which have been featured on Radio One. Good work Brighton bands!

First is Black Peaks, whose new single Glass Built Castles was Radio 1#s track of the day yesterday!

The title track of the new Ambassadeurs EP has been picked up by Radio 1 too. It’s called Can’t See You, and here’s what Radio 1 had to say about it “Every single second of this track is sheemed with effortless cool…This is the sort of music that conjures up images in my head of clubs i’m not cool enough to get in to”

Sticking with electronica is the first brand new track from Foreign Skin in about two years. There’s been plenty of remixes and live dates in that time, but Enemy is the first original track released by them since Hoi Sum came out on the first KLDSCP release in 2013.

She Crazy are giving away a new EP on bandcamp. The She Crazy EP features Stalker Song, Zompocalpse Now!, Goin to Hell and Trigger Finger:

The debut track from producer Aeble got premiered on the Line of Best Fit at the start of the weekend. Better By Your Side features vocals from Tom Aspaul and is a lovely five minute chilled house journey.

Veni, Vidi, Vici are a new Brighton rock band. Their first track was posted online a week ago and is called Innocence:

Mitch Wade Cole‘s debut EP is out at the start of April on Not Like That Music. The holding page for the Electric Bath Duck release is as schizophrenic as the track.

 

 

New Music – GAPS, Great Pagans, She Crazy, Dark Train, The Dubarrys, Heliopause, Winston & Goldstein

Here’s our first New Music post for October, which is already shaping up to be another great month.

It only feels like the other week that we were sitting in the sun outside Small Batch interviewing GAPS about their new EP with Maya Jane Coles, but they’re not resting on their laurels and have announced details of another new single. She Bears a Flower will be released out on Sexbeat on 1st December:

Great Pagans have previewed Tangled Up in Poetry from their upcoming album Cupid in Error which gets released on Anti Ghost Moon Ray on 20th October. The launch party for the gig takes place at the Green Door Store on 6th November with support from Japanese Sweets and Soph Nathan.

As we head to the end of October, we’re hoping we see more videos like the new one from She Crazy. Made by Novi films, the promo for Zompocalypse Now is nothing short of brilliant (the song’s not bad either)

Carrying on with the vaguely horror theme, here’s Jekyll & Hyde, the new track from Dark Train:

A couple of weeks ago we posted up the video to Lilly by The DuBarrys, taken from their self titled EP. At the time we didn’t have too much info, but this week, as the band post up the rest of the EP to soundcloud, we thought we’d share another track from the record and also the iTunes preorder link.

Here’s some new music from Heliopause. City of Glass is possibly the furthest away from folk that the band have strayed to date:

Finally, a new download from Winston & Goldstein. If you’ve ever wondered what an ambient electronica response to female celebrity phone hacking might sound like, take a listen to Celebgate: