Here’s this week’s new music. As is now usual, there’s a dozen tracks in this week’s Spotify playlist, and four more tracks that we’ve got YouTube / BandCamp links for below:
Beachtape / Someone like Hugh My Life Story / #No Filter Kai Khan / (Can’t) Be Mine ARXX / YGWYW Beach Riot / Robot Freja Frances / Catching Fire Animal House / Legs Out For The Summer Sick Joy / Vibe Sucker Gender Roles / You Look Like Death (from Prang LP) Kudu Blue / Somebody To Safe to Swim / Why Does He Wanna Know (from Boyhood EP) Nelson Navarro / Who? (from Starlord EP)
Is it the end of February? It feels more like the end of April with this weather at the moment. It’s definitely the end of the month though, which means it’s time for our regular gig preview post.
This Saturday (2nd March) Demob Happy headline the Concorde 2 playing a homecoming gig at the end of their current tour, before they head off to conquer America in the spring. Support comes from Sick Joy and Heirloom, so get there nice and early. Continue reading →
We don’t do gig previews that much any more, mainly because we don’t get out nearly as much as we used to. We’ve got a big feature coming, but it’s taking a little while to get together, so to tide you over until then, here’s a few gigs that have caught our eye over the coming month:
Tomorrow night (Monday 10th July), Bleeding Hearts almost celebrate their fifteen birthday at The Rialto. As they put it: “We’d planned to host an alldayer only to find out that our adversaries had used their telemeters to evil effect. Due to dimentional complications we will not be celebrating the actual anniversary but instead our inability to celebrate our longeveness.”. On the bill are Garden Centre, Academy of the Sun, Gary Goodman and Sam Cutting. Continue reading →
It’s been a few weeks since our last New Music post, and we were playing catchup with that one, so there’s a lot of ground to cover. Here’s a selection of our favourite tunes that have come to our attention in the last couple of weeks.
First up is Our Girl with their debut single Sleeper, the coolest four minutes of guitar music we’ve heard in a while: