May Top Five

Normally I do my Top Ten posts in the first day or two of the month looking back at the previous four weeks, but as you’ve probably noticed, I’m a bit late. You might have also noticed it’s just a top five this month too. There’s a good reason for the reduced nature of this post and me going a little bit quiet on the blog for the past couple of weeks – at the start of June I became a dad, which has given me something else to look after other than the blog. So while our newest writer catches a few minutes of shut-eye, hopefully I can squeeze out an overdue post of the tracks we enjoyed the most from May.

1) Milk & BiscuitsTowns are Concrete Holes

Brighton’s best kraut-pop band are back and sounding amazing. And that video. Lovely stuff.

2) InadHe Will Disappear

Dreamy pop from a band we don’t know nearly enough about yet.

3) Sam OrganMirrors

One third of Physics House Band drops his Mount Bank moniker to make a lovely electronica instrumental

4) MomotaroOrchids

Taken from their new EP Highest, Orchids shows that their Second Side album wasn’t just a flash in the pan.

5) Lion BarkYou and Me

I guess we ought to feature some music with guitars in picks from May. Lion Bark take things easy and make the perfect soundtrack for a summer’s day.

New Brighton Music

Another week, another bunch of new tunes to share.Not quite as many as last week, so back to just the one post.

Before they head to Europe this summer to claim festivals across the continent as their own AKDK have shared a video for brand new track Atomic DNA:

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