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Premiere: Versari exclusively unveil for us their new EP Brûle: an epic filled with glorious edits and remixes casting a whole new light on the originals

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Exclusive: Lucy Kruger records ‘A Stranger’s Chest’ live in session for Backseat Mafia

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Premiere: Cloud Tangle – Romance Me

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We love introducing you to fresh new bands here at Backseat Mafia, and you can’t get much fresher than this. Serial Chiller, from Lincoln (me neither, but see below and they’ll explain) have yet to play live. But they’re itching like mad to get going, have got plenty to say and with the release of …

The Gildings is the moniker of singer songwriter Edmund Cottam, who hails from (broadly, at least) the North West and makes this striking baroque folk music. We’re very proud here at Backseat Mafia to premiere his new track Sweet Lady of the gently rolling plains, taken from his forthcoming debut album, The Twisting Vine, due …

Tumbridge Wells three piece The Floodgates began as a folk duo, before graduating (and bear in mind that they’re still all in their teenage years) into a fully fledged indie / alt band. The trio, Martin Stenning, Alex Wane and Tim Fullbrook have today allowed us to premiere their new single Broken Kite right here …

Leeds four piece Mush have been on an upward trajectory recently, becoming something of a house band at Brudenell Social Club, and supporting the likes of Action Beat and Ringo Deathstarr. We’re very pleased to be able to premiere there rather wonderful new track, Machine Envy, right here on Backseat Mafia. It’s slow moving fare, …

We love the off kilter, psych infused Pop of Geno Carrapetta, and we’ve premiered things of his before, so when the opportunity to do so again came up, we jumped all over it. The Guru is taken from the London based Australian’s forthcoming album The Lost Wave, due out on Piscean Records later in the …

Sydney five-piece The Hadron Colliders today release their debut video for the single ‘Bellwether’, taken from their debut EP, ‘Measuring the Space between Us All’ which came out last year through their own Interstellar Records imprint. Its classic indie-pop, landing as it does with those gorgeous echoey twisting guitar lines and overriding sense of melancholy, …

Oslo quartet Flunk, aka Anja Øyen Vister, Jo Bakke, Ulf Nygaard, Erik Ruud, have always had an eye for a remix, and ten years into their musical adventures they’re about to release an(other) remix album in the shape of ‘Deconstruction Time Again. Taking vocals from their 2012 album ‘Lost Causes’, a host of remixers stretching …

London based, but born in Rye, Sussex, Samuel Ford has been performing only a short time, but he’s spent his life immersing himself in music. Ahead of his debut EP, out on July 28th, we managed to persuade him to take time out from performing at Live at Leeds, to record us a couple of …

F. Williams, aka Hardoe, is building a bit of a reputation for himself the UK Hip-Hop game. The South Londoner initially started out as a producer, but later discovered that he had a passion for performance and rapping. Since then he has released a couple of mixtapes – the first a collaboration with musical accomplice …

Seattle based slugde punks The Great Goddamn have been demanding attention with their messy, noisey, riff-heavy stoner rock. That’s likely to be increased further with the release of their new album, Bangers and Hash, which sees the duo (yes, there’s just two of them making all that glorious racket) Brian and Blake, add eight more …