New Brighton Music

So, it turns out that even if I have the desire to keep the blog update, the combination of lockdown, a job and childcare mean that there aren’t enough hours in the day, which is why it’s been over a month since our last post. Here’s an attempt to catch up, with no promises about when I’ll get to make my next post! In no particular order, here’s more than twenty tracks that have come out from local acts since we last wrote:


Ellis D / Puppeteering
Jetstream Pony / It’s Fine
Fragile Creatures / Parallel Lines
Dan Sumner / Electric Light
Lucy Feliz / Magic Hour
Will and the People / Head in the Sand
Psychic Shakes / Wage Slave
Nancy / Call Me On Your Telephone
Billy Carr / Swinging
Jon Mcleod / The Cavalry Comes
Libra Libra / Juicy Lucy
Maurice Business / Inside (from Songs for the Office EP)
Mrisi / West Baby
Thrillhouse / : Ready When You Are
Sit Down / Told U So (from Nice One EP)
The Daylight / Ghosts (Clementine remix)
Politeburo / Middlechild
Dom Champ / Slow
Candid / Oz
Fruity Water / Telephone Song
Thudd / What Once Was
Joe Peter / Self Adhesive
Maida Vorn / Manic in Me

New Brighton Music

It’s New Music Time! We’re going to kick off this week’s post by saying happy release day to Orchards, Slum of Legs and Knightstown, all of whom have new albums out today (Knightstown also has an EP of material that isn’t on the album but we’ll post something from that next time around.

Orchards / Burn Alive (taken from Lovecore album)
Slum of Legs / Benetint & Malevolence (taken from Slum of Legs album)
Knightstown / Gossamer (from Locus album)
Beachtape / Somewhere Better
Boudicca / Caveman
Thrillhouse / Lesser
Para Fiction / Episode 47
Eden Farrow / Baggage
Jarki Monno / Wet Shave
Treadell / Marks
Idlewood / Waiting for Something (from Idlewood EP)
Indigo Riot / Pay No Mind

Normanton Street / Whatever

New Brighton Music

Welcome to our first new music post of 2020. We’re on catchup somewhat, having not made any new music posts in December or so far in January, so we hope you’re sitting comfortably. We’re kicking off with two albums, the first from some Brighton legends who’ve kept us waiting for six and a half since their last record, and the other from the ambient solo project of one of our city’s most prolific drummers: Continue reading