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WHAT’S set San Fran’s ace garage outfit The Peacers apart from other bands from that city’s scene they’re travelling alongside (and exchanging members with) is a more baroque, acoustic approach to their garage vision; maybe a little more Pearls Before Swine in that initial mix than say, Bubble Puppy, maybe more ’66 than ’69. Frankly, …

IBE SOLIMAN, the London-born, Maryland-raised, and now Brooklyn-based DJ and producer, likes to guise up for the world of music he produces as Bad Colours; and he’s set to release his first full-lengther, PINK, on Bastard Jazz at the end of this month. The album sees him drawing on influences from across the beats and …

COMING out of Helsinki with a name that’s … suspiciously familiar, somehow? and a whole firestorm of howlin’ guitar, Gim Kordon have jut released their second (and presumably final) single of 2020, “Betoni kukkii”, the stylishly beautiful monochrome video for which you can lose yourself in below. The title of the song translates as “Concrete …

ANNIE TAYLOR’S debut album is out now via Taxi Gauche Records. This rocking debut is an album of such promise, enthusiasm and desire; it’s one of the pleasant surprises of post-lockdown. Hailing from Switzerland, where they formed in 2017, the band have become into one of Central Europe’s best sounding and hardest touring bands. They …

You know you’re a powerhouse when you can change your band’s name 75 times and not lose your footing. Team Dwyer has announced a new name, “Osees”, and a new single for a new record, which we’re pleased to share with you here. “If I had My Way” showcases the band’s return to the simple: …

Sweden is fast becoming a hot bed of new and exciting underground bands, with a resurgence of new music coming from the older established bands and the new kids on the block, from the likes of Rotten Mind and Beat City Tubeworks to the now resurfaced Calvin Decline Band from their seedy underground bunker/studio in …

HELSINKI’S bubblegum garage punks Van Dammes are, like most of us, making the best of a bad situation in midsummer 2020. With the cancellation of their European tour – during which the band were pencilled in to perform at the opening of Euro 2020 in Copenhagen – the guys have settled with making and releasing …

HAVING cut his teeth as a songwriter and guitarist in LA garage-psych evangelists Allah-Las, Pedrum Siadatian is stepping outside the fold for a second time with recordings under his Paint alias. And as a taster for his second set, Spiritual Vegas, following his self-titled debut in 2018, Pedrum has released the video for “Land Man” …

Mike Skinner, aka The Streets has just released the b-side to his new single ‘Call my phone thinking I’m doing nothing better’ which featured Tame Impala. Called ‘Where the f*&k did April go’, the track is a bonus that won’t feature on his forthcoming mixtape, but is available to stream now. Speaking about the new …

Pandemics rage! Economies totter! Political systems rot! — and the environment circles the drain… What better time for The Prefab Messiahs to release there latest single and video upon this world of turmoil. “21st Century Failure” released via their Bandcamp and all other good digital platforms.  This is a say it as it is anthem …