Following on from debut 1FTP track, "Late Risers", New York's Surf Rock Is Dead unveil another gem in "Zen A".
We haven't featured Ski Lodge since "Just To Be Like You" almost exactly two years ago. When we hailed them as the 'new school' indie, a form of independent guitar-based music capable of surfing the void of commercial and non-commercial. While latest track "Our Love Is Over Now" bares absolutely no resemblance to the aforementioned track barring vocalist, it's quality and craft is still there for all to see.
Been a while since the name of Crocodiles crossed our lips, but it's glad to have them back sounding nigh-on the same with "Crybaby Demon".
Rushing an LP isn't exactly the wisest thing, whether you're a new band or not and to say it's been about two years since Wolf Alice's, "Fluffy", I don't think it would be clever to class debut LP My Love Is Cool as long awaited. One thing certain is they've earned their touring stripes over that time, playing a shit load of dates and they continue to do so now, shaping their sound and getting their name out there in the process, you know - the band thing?
We've already streamed their previous three tracks, but you may-as-well go-ahead and listen to Sundara Karma's full 4-track debut EP - a lot of bands not fussed about release names these days - EP1.
Following on from what we said of Toro Y Moi's latest and greatest "Empty Nesters", Chad has now unveiled an official music video for the track. Watch Below: