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NEW MUSIC: Public Service Broadcasting: New Album ‘Every Valley’

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After two years up in the stratosphere with the hugely successful ‘The Race For Space’, Public Service Broadcasting are returning to earth. J. Willgoose, Esq., now has an established reputation for weaving forensic, historical research into evocative storytelling. This time he is taking us on a journey down the mineshafts of the South Wales valleys and using the history of coal mining to shine a light on the disenfranchised. The band’s first release through independent label Play It Again Sam, Every Valley examines the history of coal mining in South Wales. It is a record about community and what happens…

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NEW MUSIC: Rinôçérôse ‘Angels & Demons’

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Originally formed in Montpellier in 1995 by the duo ‘Patou’ Patrice Carrié (bass) and Jean-Philippe Freu (guitar), rinôçérôse have grown into a modern art collective. Currently completing the line-up are guitarists Florian Brinker and Rémi Saboul, drummer Frédéric Pace and singer Bnann (formerly of The Infadels). Next month rinôçérôse release their sixth studio album ‘Angels And Demons’ on London based label Station 5 Ltd. Influenced as much by British rock (The Rolling Stones, Happy Mondays, Primal Scream), and shoegaze (My Bloody Valentine, Ride) as cutting edge electronica (Daft Punk, Morgan Geist), rinôçérôse work their art into an elaborate patchwork that…

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Grumpynators “City Of Sin” – album review

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The tough 2nd. album – When Irish folk meets classic hard rock You might start thinking of Dropkick Murpheys, when you hear the distinctive vocal style of the ´Tears Of Whiskey´, the first track on Grumpynators’ second album, but there’s more to it when you listen closely. Grumpynators – hmm… Now that’s a strange bunch. And a tough album to review too! At first round of listening, this second album from the Danish quartet comes off as the classic Irish+punk=awesomeness cocktail, which might have become a little long in the teeth. But on second round of listening, it becomes obvious that…

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NEW MUSIC: The King’s Parade ‘Haze’

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Acclaimed London-based quartet, The King’s Parade, unleash their first musical offering in two years in the form of ‘Haze’. The new single is the first release of brand-new music following the band’s 2015 début EP Vagabond. Regarding the new song, the band have said: ‘Haze describes the feeling of helplessness when you fall hard for someone. You’re drawn in and you indulge yourself in the moment. You surrender to that feeling and see where it takes you.’ Frontman Olly Corpe has the vocal quality of a well-seasoned crooner, which when mixed with the beautiful, soulful, blues-rich melodies, makes for a…

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New Music: Shaking Chains release debut single.

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Manchester’s Shaking Chains have announced their debut AA-single ‘Midnight Oil’ / ‘Drunk No More’ for release on April 21st via Concrete Recordings, along with two release shows in March. Live dates have also been announced for March in Salford & London. Taut and tense, ‘Midnight Oil’ arrives inspired by life in the desolate lane. You can feel the devastating weight and potential, the sound of clever anger, of distrust and opposition. “Before Jon Voight stood beside the Capitol Hill Building to lick Trump’s ego, he played a far more respectable prostitute in the 1969 film Midnight Cowboy,” lyricist Nathan Mcilroy…

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New Music: Idles ‘Mother’

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IDLES met as a quintet at the death of the indie scene in Bristol and began making visceral and sometimes unlistenable post-punk to a growing crowd. They began with their own club night Batcave and practicing religiously until they felt they had found their sound and their live show; with that in check they have now completed their first album and are savaged in hunger to play their music. They want to give themselves and their art to the audience in a concise and violent way unrivalled by their peers. They have no qualms in terrifying and entertaining in the…

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NEW MUSIC: Tired Lion ‘Agoraphobia’

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After seizing Australian rock fans by the scruff of their necks in 2015 – winning triple j’s prestigious Unearthed Award, tearing down the main stage at Splendour In The Grass, claiming the WAMI for Best Rock Song, and supporting the likes of The 1975, Kingswood and Luca Brasi – Dew Process and UMA are tremendously proud to announce that Perth’s Tired Lion have become a part of our family of artists. And if you think the combination Sophie Hopes, Matt Tanner, Ethan Darnell and Nick Vasey dominated 2015 off the back of killer singles like ‘Suck’ and ‘I Don’t Think…

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Leeds/Reading Headliners Kasabian Release ‘You’re In Love With a Psycho’

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The mighty Kasabian announced their 6th studio album ‘Crying Out Loud’ this morning ahead of new live dates and festival dates and new single ‘You’re In Love With a Psycho’ You can pre order the Album here and also receive tickets for their shows! This year Kasabian headline Leeds and Reading along with Muse & Eminem – got your tickets yet? be quick – get them here Want to know more about Kasabian? Late ’60s cult leader, Charlie Manson (head of the murderous Manson Family in L.A. ), originally wanted to be a Rock star. He even submitted a demo tape of…

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Music news: Petrol Girls announce UK Tour

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Petrol Girls’ Ren Aldridge “cannot wait to come back over to the UK, see friends and have a proper good shout.” The band will hit the road in March and April, with several newly-announced headline shows, festival appearances and a stint supporting Strike Anywhere. Ren elaborates “I’m definitely not the only one feeling a bit overwhelmed by the state of politics right now, and touring always ends up being a great way of meeting people to rage, dance, hug and organise with. We’re also collecting phone video submissions to put together a video for our song Touch Me Again, which…

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New Music: Wayde New EP out now

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Having only released one previous single (‘Eleanor’), Essex four piece Wayde are now ready to unleash their new Lucky Aide EP. Recorded in guitarist/vocalist Tyrone Foster’s flat in Stoke Newington, in between the banging on ceilings and floors from disgruntled neighbours. Wayde’s sound is an amalgamation of sardonic indie, enveloping shoegaze and psych-infused grunge. Channelling influences from the likes of The Rentals, Hüsker Dü, Teenage Fanclub and Pavement, there is a nostalgic comfort amongst Wayde’s combination of warm guitars, mid-tempo grooves and vocals, which are lyrically sharp, saccharine and melodically contagious. The new EP draws on a beguiling familiarity throughout…

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New Music: Sorority Noise new album ‘You’re Not As _____ As You Think’

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Sorority Noise have just released their new song “Disappeared” ahead of their Album ‘You’re Not As _____ As You Think’ due March 17th Due out March 17th via Big Scary Monsters  You’re Not As _____ As You Think is set to be released on March 17th via Big Scary Monsters. Pre-orders for the album are now available on physically at sororitynoise.com, and digitally on iTunes and Amazon. “Disappeared,” along with previous singles “No Halo” and “A Better Sun,” are streaming now across digital streaming platforms. The band will be heading to the UK for three successive dates at this year’s Slam Dunk…

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Public Service Broadcasting Announce New Single ‘Progress’

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The new single sees the band return to the fold following their massively successful second album, 2015’s The Race For Space. Progress is taken from the band’s upcoming third album and is the first PSB single to feature a guest vocal, with Tracyanne Campbell of Camera Obscura adding a new dimension to the music. Songwriter J. Willgoose, Esq., explains: ‘I think some people have thought – wrongly, in my eyes – that what we do is about nostalgia, when to me it’s about celebrating human achievements, innovation and resilience, even in the face of overwhelming odds. This song is an attempt…

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New Music: Obelyskkh release new album

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Three years in the making, Germany’s doom/sludge kingpins Obelyskkh have completed their fourth full-length album. The band are preparing The Providence for release through their steady label home of Exile On Mainstream this Spring. The Providence was again recorded and mixed by Andy Naucke and mastered by Brad Boatright (Sleep, Tragedy, High On Fire, From Ashes Rise, Integrity), and again sees cover art crafted by Sebastian Feld/Marginal Ink. The album will be released on all digital platforms, CD, and 2xLP with three sides of music and a Side D etching. Obelyskkh’s The Providence will see release on April 21st in Europe, and on June…

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NEW MUSIC: Weirds Unleash Eerie New Video ‘Valley Of Vision’

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A testament to DIY music, Weirds are a fully immersive, musical experience. Hailing from Leeds, relentless touring and rehearsing in previous bands fuelled the volcanic foundation to hatch their own breed of psych grunge. This soundscape, combined with their kaleidoscopic aesthetic, hand printed zines and curated live shows on the Leeds circuit has placed WEIRDS at the forefront of the West Yorkshire music scene. Kickstarting a new chapter today, Weirds reveal new video VALLEY OF VISION, summoning you to a hallucinogenic dystopia. Stained with caustic guitar feedback and Wasp synthesisers, the track is taken from their anticipated debut album due…

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MT Wolf Announce Debut Album ‘Aeterlight’

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London’s Mt. Wolf have seen staunch support in recent months from the likes of The Independent, Indie Shuffle, Wonderland and more, all alongside a feverish response to the ambitious, 6 minute + “The Electric”, the first single from their upcoming and long-awaited debut LP. Today, they announce that very album, “Aetherlight”, alongside a release date of May 26th via CRC Music. Patience has been the key, working tirelessly behind the scenes towards the all-encompassing sound they had always aimed for. After a productive 12 months with super-producer Ken Thomas (Sigur Ros, M83, Daughter) they have returned this year with that…

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NEW MUSIC: Palace ‘Bitter’

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Palace new single ‘Bitter’ will impact on 27th April on Fiction Records. The track is a gateway to the centre of front man Leo Wyndham’s soul and explores some of our darkest emotions. Leo says, “Bitter is a song about jealousy and what that all consuming feeling can be like. It looks at the destructive nature of jealousy and how poisonous it can be.” Leo’s candid lyrics are just one of the many reasons burgeoning audiences feel touched by the band, who scored a hat trick last Autumn when their Brixton Electric show sold out at speed, just like their…

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NEW MUSIC: Clean Cut Kid ‘Felt’

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Liverpool’s thrilling fuzz-pop quartet Clean Cut Kid have announced details of their much-anticipated debut album. A string of exhilarating singles have given snapshots of their brilliance and now comes a record to match. ‘Felt’ will be released on April 28th through Babe Magnet Records/Polydor and is available for pre-order from today. It will be preceded by a new single, ‘Leaving You Behind’, which has already received a Hottest Record accolade. Clean Cut Kid are Mike Halls, Evelyn Halls, Saul Godman and Ross Higginson. The four-piece are one of the most exciting breakthrough bands in the UK, their inventive take on…

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NEW MUSIC: Pokey Lafarge ‘Manic Revelations’

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New Single “Riot In The Streets” Premieres At Kcmp’s The Current Pokey LaFarge’s hotly anticipated new album, ‘Manic Revelations’, will be released May 19 on Rounder Records. In advance of the release, the album’s lead track, “Riot In The Streets” recently premiered at KCMP’s The Current (stream/purchase now). Recorded in Pokey’s hometown of St. Louis, Manic Revelations features 10 new songs and was produced by the Southside Collective—LaFarge, Joey Glynn (bass), Ryan Koenig (harmonica, guitjo, electric guitar), Adam Hoskins (electric guitar), Matt Meyer (drums, percussion), Luc Klein (trumpet, euphonium, piano, glockenspiel), Alec Spiegelman (saxophone, piano, tubax, organ, clarinet, flute), David…

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NEW MUSIC: Coldplay ‘Kaleidoscope EP’

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Coldplay have just revealed the June 2 release of their five-track Kaleidoscope EP, together with a brand new song from the EP, Hypnotised.  Hypnotised‘s surprise release coincides with frontman Chris Martin’s birthday. The song is available now on all download and streaming sites.   The dreamlike ballad (described on Twitter by Chris Martin as “a new non-single from the EP”) will feature on the upcoming Kaleidoscope EP together with the group’s hit collaboration with The Chainsmokers, Something Just Like This – and three other brand new songs. The full tracklisting is as follows: 1.     All I Can Think About Is You 2.     Something Just Like This 3.     Miracles 2 4.     A L I E N…

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NEW MUSIC: John Mellencamp ‘Sad Clowns & Hillbillies’

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On April 28th, Heartland rocker John Mellencamp will release his 23rd full-length album, Sad Clowns & Hillbillies featuring Carlene Carter, the daughter of June Carter Cash and stepdaughter of Johnny Cash, on Republic Records. Sad Clowns & Hillbillies returns Mellencamp to the musical eclecticism that is, itself, a reflection of his wide-ranging musings on life. John Mellencamp is an authentic voice of American music and master storyteller with a commitment to creating traditional rock & roll, bittersweet songs of happiness and melancholia, and fervent political dissent. His passions and experiences resonate beautifully in this showcase of his music. Sad Clowns…

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NEW MUSIC: Blood Command ‘Cult Drugs’

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Following the recent announcement of their first record in five years and their new single ‘Cult Drugs’, Blood Command have now announced the artwork and tracklisting for their forthcoming album ‘Cult Drugs’. Speaking about the single the band said, “‘Cult Drugs’ is about the reasons you think you have to do or mean something. The eternal chase for acceptance and glory lurking behind your words and appearance. Everybody’s got a secret agenda. Trust no one!” After two albums, numerous EPs and four radio hits, Blood Command are hungrier for success than ever. The sound still has the distinct fingerprint of…

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Willie J Healey premieres video for ‘Greys’, London show + Palace tour

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Willie J Healey has premiered a surreal video for new single Greys, which is out now via National Anthem / Columbia Records. This follows last year’s acclaimed single ‘Would You Be’, which picked up support across Radio 1, 6Music, Radio X and also saw the young Oxford native tour with the likes of Hinds and Beach Baby. Festival dates for the summer have already been confirmed at Dot to Dot and Truck Festival, whilst Willie has this week been confirmed to play Phil Taggart’s Slacker night at London’s Kamio on March 24th and will also tour the UK with Palace…

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IDestroy Release Double A-Side Single ‘Annie’/’98%’

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Bristol’s girl rockers IDestroy have revealed a double A-side featuring the brand new singles ‘Annie’ and ‘98%’. Fuelled with rock’n’roll swagger and riotous attitude, the gutsy trio are mixing powerful riffs with catchy pop melodies to create an infectious party-punk sound. ‘Annie’ is a short, sharp, feisty number, packed with driving rhythms and rebellious charm, while ‘98%’ ramps up the gears with its energetic guitars and pounding basslines. This is the first taste of new music from the band since bursting onto the scene in 2016 with their EP Vanity Loves Me, a raw and gritty debut that was a…

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NEW MUSIC: The Dandy Warhols ‘Thick Girls Knock Me Out’

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Portland, Oregon based indie rock icons The Dandy Warhols fly into London for a sold out performance at London’s Roundhouse venue this Saturday and have released a video for their new track ahead of the show. “This song is a story from about a decade ago and it all came together last year,” says Courtney Taylor-Taylor. “Last year when nobody believed we would have the political insanity which is now unfolding. I hope this can be a moment of clever fun and a break from the big worries that are quickly piling up on our doorsteps.” Their latest album, Distortland…

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NEW MUSIC: Lindi ‘Til The Goin’ Gets Gone’

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Til The Goin’ Gets Gone EP out Friday 17th March. Alt-country, Canadian presence Lindi Ortega today announces her new EP Til The Goin’ Gets Gone, set for release on 17th March, along with the video for the lead, title track, premiered by Rolling Stone Country. When Lindi Ortega went in search of some quiet last year, the award-winning artist was pleasantly surprised to find a voice she hadn’t heard in some time – her own. Amid sparse, atmospheric production, it’s precisely this voice – a combination of Ortega’s fatalistic perspective expressed with her evocative soprano – that grips your attention…

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New Music: Ulrika Spacek ‘Modern English Decoration’

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Ulrika Spacek return on June 2nd with the release of their second album, Modern English Decoration. Much like their debut album released in early 2016, the band chose to record, produce and mix the entirety of the record in their shared house – a former art gallery called ‘KEN’, so named because of a cryptic inscription found above the front door.  Not just a studio and home, KEN is essentially the band’s hub, a space in which the surrounding ephemera of videos, artwork and even band photos are all created. The band are sharing the first single ‘Mimi Pretend’ here.…

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NEW MUSIC: Seafoam Green release ‘Topanga Mansion’

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Seafoam Green is the brainchild of Dublin-born troubadour Dave O’Grady. The band formed in 2011 following a chance meeting with Rich Robinson of The Black Crowes whilst O’Grady was recording in Nashville. The pair struck up a friendship that led to several tour supports across the US and Europe and soon the pair were writing and recording in earnest. Dave O’Grady was invited by Robinson to open his US and European tour dates and soon the pair began writing and recording in earnest, leading to their collaboration on the stunning debut album. The album ‘Topanga Mansion’ was recorded at 4th…

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NEW MUSIC: China Lane ‘In Motion’

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China Lane release music video for their second single track ‘In Motion’ on Plastic Records. The electro-pop four-piece from Manchester, have recently announced the release of the music video for their second single track ‘In Motion’. The video was filmed on location at Big Shed Studios and directed by China Lane themselves, in conjunction with Ey3 Media. In Motion is the second single released by the Manchester group, after the successful release of their first single Marco Polo last April, which gained an impressive 122,000 streams on Spotify. Both tracks were recorded and produced by the band through Plastic Records,…

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NEW MUSIC: Hunter & The Bear ‘D.R.K’

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Hunter & The Bear are pleased to share the video for their huge new track ‘D.R.K’, taken from the debut album, ‘Paper Heart’ out May 12th. Made to mirror the high-energy of the track itself and with more than a nod to their powerful stage presence, you can check the video out in all it’s glory right HERE. Hailed as ‘the heroes British rock needs right now’ by the Huffington Post, the mighty Hunter & The Bear’s raw, infectious and downright thunderous output has seen them garner extensive plays on BBC Radio 6 and 2 already, as well as spots…

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NEW MUSIC: Ghost Bath ‘Starmourner’

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Ghost Bath is pleased to announce the release of Starmourner on April 21st via Nuclear Blast Entertainment. As a precursor to its release, the band has unveiled the first single from the record, entitled “Thrones” Since their inception, Ghost Bath has played atmospheric black metal focused on depression, tragedy, purgatory, and earthly wonders. Starmourner takes these concepts to a higher level. It explores joy (instead of sorrow), paradise (instead of purgatory), and the cosmos (instead of earth). Most importantly however, it explores ecstasy – instead of tragedy – as its basic human emotion. With over seventy-two minutes of heavy, melodic,…

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NEW MUSIC: Lower Than Atlantis ‘Safe in Sound’

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Lower Than Atlantis released their 5th album, ‘Safe In Sound’ on 3rd February 2017 via Easy Life Records / Red Essential. New track ‘Dumb’ was played exclusively on last nights BBC Radio 1’s Rock Show as Dan P Carter’s Rockest Record & fans are now able to view a special 360° video shot at YouTube’s studios in central London. ‘Dumb’ and previous track ‘Work For It’ are taken from the forthcoming album & follows on from the bands most successful album to date ‘Lower Than Atlantis’ released in 2014 which saw them achieve multiple BBC Radio 1 playlists, sell out…

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Laura Marling Unveils ‘Wild Fire’

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Semper Femina is released on 10th March 2017 through Laura’s own More Alarming Records/Kobalt Music Recordings. Wild Fire, and Semper Femina as a body of work, follows a loose, lyrical thread of feminine exploration. It drops a light on an unspecified ‘muse’ of Laura’s, and sweeps in and out of focus on how the acclaimed musician views femininity as the years pass. It’s not a concept record per se, but that aforementioned thread unravels and reaffirms throughout the record’s duration. Wild Fire has almost instantly become a new highlight of Laura’s live show, first performing the track on a small autumnal…

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NEW MUSIC: Pain Tank ‘97,901,726 Confirmed Kills’

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Washington, DC area hardcore grind outfit PAIN TANK will mercilessly deploy their 97,901,726 Confirmed Kills album in March. PAIN TANK was formed in 2016 as a side project for its four members, who also hold rank in the likes of Construct Of Lethe, Palkoski, Cammo Shorts and Reticle; the project rapidly became a focused, permanent act which ventures into musical and lyrical territory not explored with their other bands. Surging with unchecked, annihilating, white-knuckled aggression, PAIN TANK’s debut recorded massacre 97,901,726 Confirmed Kills was recorded live at Trepan Studios in Woodbridge, Virginia over the course of eight hours. The band…

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NEW MUSIC: Frontier Ruckus ‘Enter the Kingdom’

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In the ongoing collapse of our collective attention span, the modern indie band at the 5th-album mark draws closer to endangered species status. Rarer still are bands who have managed to maintain the same integrity of creative purpose as Frontier Ruckus. Enter the Kingdom, their 5th and most lush record to date, serves as an almost desperate invitation into the band’s most recurrent setting: the suburban American household. It is immediately apparent, however, that the emphasis this time is not so much on idyllic nostalgia but the very real and present tense disintegration of a personal kingdom once thought permanent.…

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NEW MUSIC: Jordan Allen ‘Too Much Too Soon’

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Venerated indie laureate and Manchester’s most likely JORDAN ALLEN are set to unveil their greatly anticipated follow-up ‘TOO MUCH TOO SOON’ on Friday May 27. The new track comes complete with a dazzling new video and CD pack-shot. The release will coincide with a tub-thumping homecoming performance at this year’s Dot To Dot Festival in Manchester. This latest anthemic instalment is part of a bundle of wall-to-wall bangers recorded in Peter Gabriel’s highly-conducive Real World Studios. Inconspicuously nestled in the Wiltshire countryside, this stardom-steeped facility has provided the creative conditions for Jordan Allen to pen over 20 new arrangements. TOO…

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NEW MUSIC: Lullaby ‘Animal’

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LULLABY’s latest single ‘Animal’ now has some bright and beautiful visuals to accompany it with the just-revealed, almost-tangible music video. The strength of the art that accompanies their art permeates throughout Lullaby’s videos and artwork in general. ‘Animal’ is the follow up to the band’s debut single ‘A Lie’; its searing melodies and driving riffs are built for a live setting. So far the London-based group have played less than a handful of shows but their live prowess is already palpable and they’re building an arsenal of anthemic earworms that are set to get you singing along in no time.…

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NEW MUSIC:Bella Figura ‘Didn’t Love You’

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BELLA FIGURA TO RELEASE NEW SINGLE ‘DIDN’T LOVE YOU’ ON 31ST MARCH 2017 COINCIDING WITH LAUNCH OF TOURINO RECORDS AND A WEEK OF SHOWS IN AID OF THE YOUTH MUSIC CHARITY. Highly regarded London rock-trio BELLA FIGURA have built a strong London following with a sound that has cut deeply into the London scene with cerebral poetic lyricism but also has blown away audiences with its sheer raw power. Recently packing out major London venues and performing at Larmer Tree, 2000 Trees, The Great Escape, Reeperbahn, the Dr. Martens: Stand For Something Tour and the Music Week RADAR Showcase, as…

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NEW MUSIC: Power Trip: ‘Nightmare Logic’

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Nightmare Logic is out today through Southern Lord.  Texas’ POWER TRIP finally returns with their most powerful effort yet — Nightmare Logic — out today on Southern Lord.  Released to high critical acclaim and anticipation, their sophomore release does not disappoint. With hooks and tightness rivaling greats like Metallica, Pantera, or Pentagram, POWER TRIP punishes fans not only sonically but with pure songwriting skill. Nightmare Logic proves to be one of the year’s smartest and most crucial releases to spawn from the metal and punk scenes. POWER TRIP executes music with raw energy. They’ve trimmed the fat on every reference they pull from — whether that’s hardcore, metal or punk – to make…

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NEW MUSIC: Eugene Twist ‘Stuntman’

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With a lyrical arena that boasts whistleblowers, extraterrestrials and self-consuming psychonauts, Scotland’s Eugene Twist is not your everyday songwriter. After two years in the musical wilderness, his second album ‘The Stuntman’ has arrived on the back of one mission: to let the storyteller run riot inside the song. Taking time to build a makeshift studio and learning how to record and mix allowed Eugene time to breathe with his arrangements. From tracks that swagger and spit to ballads that build and soar, ‘The Stuntman’ presents ten of Eugene’s finest songs to date. From the album ‘The Stuntman’ Out now on…

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NEW MUSIC: After Romeo ‘Pull Over’ (Remix) ft. Silento

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‘Pull Over’ (Remix) features Atlanta-based Silentó, who’s global success came from his overnight sensation ‘Watch Me (Whip/Nae Nae)’, which surpassed over a billion views on YouTube and went 6x platinum in the U.S. The LA based 4-piece group consist of Drew Ryan Scott, Jayk Purdy, Blake English and TC Carter,who formed in 2013. Drew (who is also a songwriter) previously worked with Miley Cyrus and Selena Gomez and the group are affiliated with Lady Gaga’s Born This Way’ foundation. “Is the Band ‘After Romeo’ the New ‘One Direction’?” – Huffington Post “After Romeo may not be a name that you’ve…

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