With a low fi jangle and shimmering rhyhm, Two Things by Sunface is a brief but beguiling little ditty for the late summer evenings. Sunface is 18-year-old Daniel Longmore, (also in TRASH) and his bedroom is the location of all the writing and recording, where he uses only a USB mic, acoustic guitar and Garageband with programmed drums,Continue reading “Sunface – Two Things”
On Escher Surfer NIAGARA demonstrate a clear understanding of what makes pop tune and a half – electronic glitches, brooding psychedelic funk and a rousing chorus. Pulsing basslines ebb and flow underneath textured synths before building into a rave epic. The first single to taken from the Italian duo’s new album Hyperocean, to be released MayContinue reading “NIAGARA – Escher Surfer”
Whistlejacket have announced that they’ll be giving away a free download of Duck Soup another track from their upcoming What I Ate On Sunday EP, released on Feb 5th via Fierce Panda Records. Starting off like a shimmering Supersonic, it soon breaks out in urgent squealing guitars and clean drumming that merges psychedelic shoehaze andContinue reading “Whistlejacket – Duck Soup”
With a slight Interpol-esque kilter to the vocals and a Joy Division rumble to the melody, Lone Poets‘ post punk new single Only The Good and its b side Stay are rousingly romantic and full of malicious clatter.
Want some frantic and fuzzy girl punk? Mary Timony is the lady to know. A central member of several punk bands including Autoclave in 1990, then through the ’90s Helium, rocking solo for a bit before rocking vocals and guitars for supergroup Wild Flag she now has a new project – Ex Hex. First single Don’t Wanna Lose is incredibly vibrant and raw,Continue reading “Ex Hex – Don’t Wanna Lose”