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Originally recorded live in concert last year ‘DEAR JOHN – CONCERT FOR WAR CHILD UK’ will receive official digital release on 11th June 2021, with all proceeds going to the charity.  The record features a number of legendary artists from across the globe who came together virtually to celebrate what would have been the 80th …

Los Angeles-based ska/punks Matamoska are bringing you a special FREE LIVE STREAM on Saturday, May 22nd. Music kicks off at 8pm PST, Watch it Live at mygrito.net  Based in Los Angeles’, Matamoska are considered “OG’s” of the current ska/punk revival and movement. Matamoska has developed a dedicated following locally and internationally, propelling them to appearances/tour support spots with legendary ska acts such as Reel Big Fish, …

Idles bassist Adam ‘Dev’ Devonshire has organised an online event in aid of the charity Gig Buddies. The event will be streamed from Exchange in Bristol on Sunday June 20th. With stand-up comedy from Stewart Lee, Seann Walsh and Josh Weller and music from mclusky, Willie J Healey, TV Priest, Fenne Lily, Dogeyed and Wilderman. Tickets are available to purchase now for a suggested donation of £5 with an additional option to enter the raffle. There will also be …

MANCHESTER instrumental trio GoGo Penguin have released an absolutely superb, eclectic remix album, GGP/RMX on Blue Note today, bringing together talents such as Squarepusher, Clark, 808 State, James Holden, Machinedrum and so many more to spiral their most recent, eponymous album out into delicious fractal directions. It really looks likely to be remixes set of …

‘The End of the Earth’ by Sheffield’s The Sherlocks is a blistering indie pop anthem with an indelible melody and a satisfying swagger. It combines a lyrical intelligence – a self-deprecating sense of humour – and a stadium-filling rock’n’roll attitude with scything guitars and a pounding, insistent rhythm. It is really quite a joy – …

Having given it a couple of months to ferment on the internet, Shame are releasing the audio from their performance film ‘Live in the Flesh’ for Record Store Day (albeit that you can stream it now). The vinyl will be available on 12 June, if you can find it. You can also catch them on …

IT’S BEEN all of eight years now since Cambridgeshire post-folk collective Fuzzy Lights have graced our ears with an album, that being Rule Of Twelfths; but the planets have aligned favourably for such a sonic missive and, scrying the near future, their fourth album of atmospheric acid-folk, Burials, will be handed down to us come …

A MEMBER of rather fine instrumental quartet yndi halda alongside James Vella, whose album Sleep Through The Storm under his A Lily persona we received rapturously last October, Phil Self has emerged with a forthcoming mini-album of corresponding beauty and bliss under the moniker Dau, due out next month. Whereas A Lily played with contemplative …

Queenslander Eves Karydas‘s new single ‘Freckles’ is a song soaked with emotion and a certain personal vulnerability. Pure melancholic pop that glitters with melody dealing with the transience of life and the small things that can affect you. Karydas’s vocals are glorious: expressive and enchanting. She says of the track: Freckles has been years in the …

LUMP is the result of a collaboration between Laura Marling and Mike Lindsay of Tunng and they have just released the extraordinary composed and enigmatic title track ahead of the release of the album ‘Animal’. The album is out on 30 July 2021 though Chrysalis/Partisan Records. This is the pair’s first new music since the release …