A new-ish LP reaches us from electronica guru Jon Kennedy, the Stockport producer now seemingly based in Prague. And it’s so, so good.
Back in the day, Skee-Lo wished he was a little bit taller (y’all). Self-styled electro space-funk mavericks Pariis Opera House have a far more varied wish list than that.
For such a prolific act, it’s odd that Boobs Of Doom (great name, incidentally) haven’t hit our radar before. This track is taken from their tenth LP since 2013.
An intriguing project, Coca Leaf combines elements of various bands and genres to create their sound.
A second single from up-and-coming Leeds quartet Mush arrives and is thoroughly deserving of the hype that’s beginning to build up around it and the band.
A debut LP from Falmouth’s Holiday Ghosts came out a few weeks ago. Originally a solo project for Sam Stacpoole, it gradually morphed into a very accomplished garage rock band.
The first, self-titled, album wasn’t even cold when Weaves announced the follow-up.
Gothenburg’s Pale Honey have a new album out very soon and the first track from it suggests it’ll be well worth your time.
As ever, an interesting band name grabs our attention. That it comes alongside a 12-minute noise-rock taken from the new LP only serves to heighten expectation for what lies within.
Spectacular shoegaze from Nottingham’s When The Sun Hits who have an EP out formed of tracks written a couple of years ago when the members were all in other bands.
Released in the summer, four-track EP Bird Brains is the result of about six years-worth of recordings by Canadian experimental quartet Holy Fuck.