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Album Review: Spoon – Lucifer on the Sofa

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Album review: The Jazz Butcher – ‘The Highest In The Land’: one final pop postcard from Northampton’s foremost gent

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EP: The delicately beautiful ‘Creatures of Habit’ from Brisbane artist Aren’t is an exquisite triumph. Plus news of launch date.

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Ahead of the release of his new album The Forecast, out on March 17th via the ever brilliant Tapete label, Downpilot – ostensibly the project of singer-songwriter, musician and recording engineer Paul Hiraga, has released a new video for the track Black Eye, and we’re extremely pleased to be able to premiere it right here …

One of Australia’s most dazzling exponents of a dream pop shoegaze oeuvre, Flyying Colours, have just announced their third studio album, ‘You Never Know’, set for release on Friday, 17 March via Poison City / Club AC30. This welcome news is boosted by the release of the first single from the album, entitled ‘Goodbye To …

The Waeve, composed of Graham Coxon and Rose Elinor Dougall, have shared their fourth track titled ‘Over And Over’ to be released from the band’s hotly anticipated first studio album – out February 3rd, 2023 on Transgressive Records. A smooth jazz tinged track with both taking the lead vocals, their two voices blending together in a rather charming way. …

News from camp BMX Bandits is that the legendary Scottish indie band, beloved of Kurt Cobain and so many others before ansince, is that their new album, The Dreaded Light, is out now via Tapete Records (was there ever a label and a ban more suited to eachother?). It’s a first for Duglas and the …

The Golden Dregs continue to emit gilded rays of pleasure for our ears with the new single ‘Before We Fell From Grace’. The Golden Dregs is the creative outlet for Benjamin Woods and the new track eases out the usual ethereal, profound delicate entrails of sounds that wrap around Wood’s extraordinary vocals: deep, sonorous, whispered …

Sydney’s glorious DMA’s are on the move again after their support for the Arctic Monkeys on their recent Australian tour, with the release of the single ‘Fading Like A Picture’ and details of their upcoming headline tour in the UK. ‘Fading Like a Picture’ is classic anthemic DMA’s with shimmering guitars, soaring choruses and a …

The iconic purveyors of moody indie rock, The National, are back with news of their ninth studio album entitled ‘First Two Pages of Frankenstein’, out through 4AD and Remote Control Records. The eleven-song album was produced by The National at Long Pond Studios in upstate New York and features guest appearances by Taylor Swift, Phoebe …

The Lathums return with their new single ‘Struggle’, the honest and full-hearted opening track from their upcoming, second album, ‘From Nothing To A Little Bit More’. The follow up to the bands successful debut album is set for release on Fri 3rd March 2023 via Island Records. Moore comments on the track: “It’s about loss, …

Spraying radiant beams of effervescent pop like a fully opened garden hose let loose, we are so very pleased to premiere the new single ‘Bonfire’ by Dahlia Ray. The paean to resilience and joy – surely something we could all do with a heavy dose right now – perfectly captures a summer vibe and abandoned …

1975

The 1975 have added a second Sydney show to their Australian tour due to unprecedented demand.