Here’s this week’s new music post, a little bit later in the week than I had planned, but that just means it’ll be less time to wait until the next one (and hopefully we’ll have a Brighton Rocks to post in the next day or two as well)
Fujiya & Miyagi / Personal Space (BUNKR Remix) Wild Cat Strike / Good Looking (from The Blood Orange Sessions EP) Garden Centre / Naked Ape The Cravats / Shy Eone / Digital Vision Remi Miles / Butterfly Behind The Fire
It’s been a bit quiet recently musically around town. There are always fewer gigs, and I thought there hadn’t been that many new releases until I sat down to write today’s new music post, and it turns out that maybe it’s not quite as quiet as I’d realised. As per our last new music post, we’ve now got a spotify playlist for all the new tracks:
Wild Cat Strike / Everyone Feels The Same (Blood Orange Sessions) Luvia / Kiss Salt Ashes / Into The Groove Gnarlah / Slave Oxomo / What You Told Yourself (feat Boudicca) Garden Centre / Wide Sea Yassi V / You Deserve Better JOSEPHPOISON / Apollo (from Life Is Precious EP) Eden Farrow / How To Treat An Ex Yakul / Getting Late (feat Louis IV) (from Getting Late EP) Time for T / Screenshot Distant Animals / Weaves Harry Aiden / Somebody Better (Thomas Godel remix) Zac Samuel / Take It Back
And here’s the non-spotify bits:
BUNKR / For The Birds (from forthcoming The Initiation well album)
October already. How time flies. We’re not quite as prompt as we would have liked with this month’s gig previews post – if we were we might have tipped the Platform B FM licence launch at the Green Door Store last night. Instead though we’ll kick off with a gig that’s been mentioned before tomorrow night.
Matters by Fröst came out last Friday and was named Resident’s album of the day . They’ve also made the launch gig their gig of the week too, so you don’t have to just take our word for it. It takes place at the Prince Albert, with support from Spill Gold.
We’re running a bit late because we’ve been away for a few days – apologies for the break in service. It feels like only a few weeks ago since we dedicated a New Music Post to new releases from two Fujiya & Miyagi offshoots, but here we are again, kicking off this week’s post with another two:
After a couple of weeks of live posts, here’s our second new music post of the year.
Our first track this week is the new release from Adal called Synthesize. Tight eighties synths provide the perfect accompaniment to vocals provided by Alexanderson from Cardiff’s XY&O. Continue reading →
So, welcome to probably our last new music post of the year. As December hits we’ll be doing our end of year round ups, but it’s rare that anything gets put out in the run up to Christmas anyway. Continue reading →