Iceage return with a new found country edge
Seemingly out of the blue, and with new release date or album news to go off, Denmark's Iceage return to the fold with a new video entitled "The Lord's Favorite" - a first since last years You're Nothing.
"...demonic basslines and...unnervingly dulcet vocals" - Sweden x America duo FEWS return with "The Zoo".
It's been nearly two years since FEWS burst into our ear-waves with "10 Things", "If Things Go On Like This" and their penchant for creating DIIV-like guitar riffs and atmospherics - not that they should be pigeon-holed like that, of course.
"...smooth, sultry R&B with an electronic edge": Introducing London duo Honne
Whispers of Honne's arrival have been going around for months, but finally, the London duo are here, armed with debut single "Warm On A Cold Night".
Ahead of their Places To Haunt EP release, Southampton's Pale Seas unveil "Wicked Dreams".
I'd like to say don't ask us why we've neglected to feature Pale Seas till now, but to be quite frank, it's down to a mixture of our hatred of hype and a general dislike for their previous work - new track "Wicked Dreams" is so fucking brilliant though, all previous opinion has gone out the window, thank god for versatility and experimentation.
Stream a wondrous new song from London's Echo Lake
"This Year" is the first new material in two years from London group Echo Lake. Included on Marshall Teller's upcoming Broken Record Vol. 1.A (a 'label sampler' that includes all the weird and wonderful pieces from recent years gone by), it's a wonderfully blissed-out return, even if it is admittedly an 'old song' that had to be revisited.
Childhood show off new track "As I Am" from upcoming debut album Lacuna
Really can't believe that it's been nearly four years (4!!) since we first spoke of an unknown Nottingham duo called Childhood. But here we are, and after what seems like a lifetime, the four piece are now on the verge of releasing their debut LP Lacuna.
"...raw and visceral punk edge lands them exactly where they want to be" - Introducing Stevenage post-punks Bad Breeding...
In an age when Bastille is 'breaking' America (I know, I know...), it's almost a necessity that bands like Stevenage's Bad Breeding exist. And if "Rhythm Of The Night" isn't you thing, then perhaps their new one "Burn This Flag" just might be.