Once of indie-pop darlings The Loft and The Weather Prophets, Pete Astor now fronts something of an indie supergroup on his new album.
One from last spring that passed us by at the time, but requires revisiting. The Baby Seals bring us their punk sounds from Cambridgeshire.
We’ve been seeing a resurgence in Australian punk of late. Largely, this has come out of Queensland, but Cold Meat show there’s life in Western Australia too.
Approaching their tenth year, Awolnation has pretty much become a solo vehicle for founder/frontman Aaron Bruno with a rotating cast of supporting musicians to flesh out his ideas.
We love Vessels. You love Vessels. Therefore we’re all going to enjoy Jinjé and this week’s Friday banger.
“A dark and moody look at a topical subject”, says the blurb on Barnsley’s High Rise Finale’s latest single.
Recorded in 2014, the album Dogs N Yaa by Benjamin Mason has just been re-released by the reliable Recordiau Prin label, for the first time with a physical format available.
If you’re missing Bowie – we bloody well are; look at the state of things since he left us – then Swedish duo ShapeShiftingAliens might be able to help.
Time for a Friday banger. Here’s one from Gdansk’s Efektvol.
Always exciting news when Cavern Of Anti-Matter have new material coming, and this track portends their third studio LP.
We are often indebted to our friend Ceiling Demons for pointing us to new music. Indeed, as the lads grow in stature, their services becoming ever more in demand, and as such we find ourselves with Leg Puppy.