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Marmozets Drop New Album Details and A New Song!

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The wait is over. Marmozets have finally announced the details of their new album. Knowing What You Know Now is set for release on January 26th 2018 from RoadRunner records. And on top of that, they’ve released a new track ‘Habits’! What an exciting time. They’re also touring the UK very soon, and you can catch them at these dates! OCTOBER 17th – Hull, The Welly Club 18th – Middlesbrough, The…

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Bad Mood Release ‘Ya Missed It’

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Angsty Liverpool group Bad Mood are set to release their new single Ya Missed It on October 13th, following on from the success of the previous release ‘Grungeblues’. The single is a fast, fresh and hooky and reflects the bands angular, unique style. Bad Mood have attracted rave reviews with Liverpool Etc describing them as a “four piece punk art riot” with their live shows being noted as “confrontational, aimed…

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Milk Teeth Release ‘Nearby Catfight’ Video and Upcoming EP Details

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Milk Teeth + Kittens = A cute video complimenting a badass song. The punk quartet dropped their new single ‘Nearby Catfight’, and it is every bit as powerful as you’d expect. Plus, who doesn’t love cute kittens? ‘Nearby Catfight’ is the third track off Milk Teeth’s upcoming EP ‘Go Away’, which is set for release on the 17th November. You can pre-order the vinyl and the t-shirt bundle here.

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Watch Knuckle Puck’s Vibrant New Video for ‘Double Helix’

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Pop-punk group Knuckle Puck have not only treated us to a new song, but have also dropped a pretty colourful video to accompany it. ‘Double Helix’ is a dynamic, lively track straight off their upcoming second album Shapeshifter, due for release on October 13th. You can pre-order album bundles here. Knuckle Puck are also set to tour the UK later this year, taking Tiny Moving Parts, Have Mercy and Movements. You…

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Enter Shikari Drop Video for ‘Rabble Rouser’

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Enter Shikari drop a new, future-type video for their new single ‘Rabble Rouser’, taken from the bands upcoming album ‘The Spark’ which is set for release on the 22nd September. ‘The Spark’ will be Shikari’s fifth studio album, taking a unique, more melodic route than their previous albums. Well known for their expression on current affairs, Enter Shikari are setting out for ‘The Spark’ to be their most personal album…

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Muncie Girls announce UK Headline Shows

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Muncie Girls have truly been making a name for themselves. With a packed summer that’s seen them tour Australia and playing large festivals such as Glastonbury, 2000 Trees and more, the punk rock trio are preparing themselves to round up the festival season by performing at Reading & Leeds and Bingley Live. But that’s not all – to top it off, Muncie Girls will play 5 UK dates that will…

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NEW MUSIC: Cabezudos ‘Tempting Fate’

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Cabezudos are back after their 2016 debut EP ‘She Waits’. After their well received debut EP came out in 2016, Cabezudos have come back on the music scene with their new single, ‘Tempting Fate’. The blues rock/alternative 4 piece really show off their talent, and also their influences with this new single. The song starts with a slightly Led Zep/Black Sabbath intro, with heavy bass, and classic rock guitar tone,…

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NEW MUSIC: The Magpie Salute Self Titled Album

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The Magpie Salute have announced the release of their self-titled debut album on June 9th through Eagle Rock, Entertainment. Produced by Crowes guitarist and co-founder Rich Robinson, the musically tight and expansive album was recorded live-in-the-studio in front of an audience at Applehead Recording in Woodstock, New York, except for the brand-new studio track ‘Omission’. The album carries special significance as it marks the last recorded work by Eddie Harsch,…

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Black Country hard rockers GIN ANNIE release new EP

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After 4 years of tirelessly playing the local circuit and after the success of their first single “Damage is Done”, Black Country rockers Gin Annie are launching their first EP after signing a management deal with Sanctuary Music Ltd. If you like bands such as AC/DC, Led Zepplin and Black Stone Cherry then you will love the big riff and big chorus sounds of Gin Annie’s latest offering. Gin Annie is…

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Beat Degeneration Announce New Tour Dates

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Following the release of debut album ‘Dream Machine’ (Weiner Records) a 10 track Slacker-Punk polemic, Guido Giorgi a.k.a Beat Degeneration has shared brand new tour dates, with more to be announced. Over the coming months the band will cross Europe toward a two special UK dates, one at Peckhams Pempeople and the latter at The Old Queens Head. These live dates also follow the release of the new video for…

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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…

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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…

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NEW MUSIC: Jasmine Golestaneh & Eddie Cooper ‘Fundamental Fantasy’

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NYC-based duo Jasmine Golestaneh and Eddie Cooper write songs through a telepathic kinship they’ve developed since they started making music together. “We have these sort of unspoken criteria when we’re writing music. We never really need to explain what that is but we both know when it’s missing or when we’ve hit it.” The pair, AKA Tempers, release their ‘Fundamental Fantasy’ EP via The Vinyl Factory today. Creating an emotional…

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NEW MUSIC: Jacob Johansson ‘Mount Song’

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Jacob Johansson is pleased to share the first single from his new project ‘Mount Song’ today. Intimate, heavy and explosive, ‘Halo’ is a dark yet optimistic track that explore the sadness that accompanies dealing with life’s demons. Back in 2014, Sweden’s biggest music magazine named the self-titled album of Jacob’s previous project Det Stora Monstret, their ”Swedish debut album of the year”. The single ”Kolibrins Vingar” (The Hummingbird’s Wings) then…

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NEW MUSIC: The Pretenders ‘Gotta Wait’

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The Pretenders have revealed a brand new video for ‘Gotta Wait’, the third single from their new album, ‘Alone’ which was released at the end of 2016 through BMG. The video has an artistic cut and paste feel and focuses on two themes intertwined with one another – hunting and the pharmaceutical industry. Very timely given certain ideas doing the rounds in a certain seat of power. The concept of…

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Run to the Hills: The Iron Maidens are back in town!

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After their triumphant UK debut in 2016, the world’s one and only all-female Iron Maiden tribute return to our shores in October, and this time they’re here to conquer the land of their idols beyond London. Frontwoman Kirsten Chickinson can’t hide her excitement: ‘Having played the UK last year – and even getting to meet some of the original members of Iron Maiden – was a dream come true. So…

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NEW MUSIC: Unforeseen ‘Grave Danger’

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With the release of brutal Finnish crossover outfit FORESEEN’s second LP, Grave Danger, nearing release in late April, the first sampling from the record has been let off the chain through a public assault at Decibel Magazine. “Chemical Heritage” firmly establishes what FORESEEN’s by-the-throat approach to infusing hardcore’s furious wrath into thrash metal’s blazing speed is all about. Grave Danger will see LP, CD, and digital North American release via…

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NEW MUSIC: Harvestman Neurosis Frontman Steve Von Till’s Exploratory Project Returns With Music For Megaliths

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Neurot Recordings presents the fourth full-length recorded document from HARVESTMAN – one of Neurosis vocalist/guitarist Steve Von Till’s solo ventures – with the impending release of Music For Megaliths. As with prior HARVESTMAN and other solo releases by Steve Von Till, Music For Megaliths sees the artist handling a wide array of instruments and approaches, including vocals, electric and acoustic guitars, bass, synthesizers, hurdy gurdy, effects, and more, fully performed,…

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‘The Smith Street Band’ New Single & Album Announcement

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‘The Smith Street Band’ have released their brand new single ‘Birthdays’ along with the announcement of their new album ‘More Scared Of You Than You Are Of Me’. Late last year The Smith Street Band promised the delivery of a new record and today the band announce their fourth album, ‘More Scared Of You Than You Are Of Me’ will be released on Friday April 7th via Specialist Subject Records…

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‘The Tourist’, Clap Your Hands Say Yeah!’s fifth album!

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Clap Your Hands Say Yeah! are set to release their fifth album ‘The Tourist’ on 24th February 2017. Like previous Clap Your Hands Say Yeah! records, The Tourist nods to Ounsworth’s musical heroes—a group that includes artists such as John Cale, Robert Wyatt, Tom Waits and Nick Cave. However, this album also shows a natural progression from previous records. “Better Off” and “The Vanity Of Trying” are lush, keyboard-augmented songs, while…

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