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Album review: TEKE::TEKE – ‘Shirushi’: a deliciously wonky, delectably trippy psych debut

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See: Zombi – No Damage

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Track: All Them Witches – Saturnine & Iron Jaw plus new album news

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Hologram is the first release from New York Post-Punk legends A Place To Bury Strangers on their own newly formed label, Dedstrange. It is the follow up to their highly regarded fifth album, Pinned, and is a sonic return to A Place To Bury Strangers’ rawest, most unhinged sound. 2021 welcomed a line-up change, with …

Gigs are back and in Manchester tonight the place to be is Night & Day Café, in the heart of the Northern Quarter where a sold out show awaits. We’re here for the latter two of the four acts on the bill REAVE is a newly emerged musical trio from Manchester & London. With influences such …

Sun Atoms is the debut solo effort from Portland, Oregon’s Jsun Atoms – produced by The Dandy Warhols’ guitar pedal maestro Peter Holmström and mixed by London’s legendary Stephen Street (Blur, The Smiths, The Cranberries). With such a pedigree, BSM is honoured to bring you the video premiere of ‘Don’t Take Me to Your Leader’, …

Well, it’s been a while hasn’t it?! But finally live music is back in England and what a way to start it off with the line up that Sabotage have put together in Manchester’s Yes Basement venue.  Getting down early, so much so the room is empty save for a sound engineer, it already feels …

Monet’s Pond – essentially the work of Brigette Lawrence – is adding to the flourishing and verdant music scene in Brisbane, and her new single ‘Floating in Air’ does just that: it’s an ethereal, psychedelic melange of whirling sounds and a sonic haze that seems free of gravitational pull. The swirling panoply of sound creates …

Portuguese trio 10 000 Russos are back with their new single and video ‘Super Inertia’ – the eponymous first track to be lifted from their new album Superinertia, due out 10 September via the London based Fuzz Club Records. Following on from 2019’s Kompromat LP and tour-dates around the UK, Europe and Mexico in support, …

It’s been nearly two years since we reviewed the delightful album ‘Last Light’ from Brisbane’s dream pop giants syrup go on. They have returned after a year of songwriting, development and, I presume, avoiding the maelstrom of COVID with a new single: the luminescent and sparkling track ‘Lavender Sky’. Evoking images of pastoral, bucolic countrysides …

Swedish collective Goat have announced a career-spanning compilation album, Headsoup, encapsulating non-album singles, b-sides, and other rarities. The record also features the first batch of new Goat music since their scintillating Let it Burn single – recorded towards the end of 2020: Queen of the Underground and Fill My Mouth, both illustrating the blazing musical …

Fingerless are consistently proving themselves to be a fascinating bunch: their singles are constantly evolving and changing, and each time they veer in another direction, they prove themselves masterful innovators and extraordinary songwriters. Their new single’ Leaf of Stone’ – which we are very honoured to premiere today – is a psychedelic wig out – …

Pond‘s new single ‘Toast’ is a warm and louche slice of psychedelia: replete with a laid back swagger with a tongue planted firmly in the cheek, a twinkle in the eye and a wry, sardonic grin. And yet it bears a serious message about class divide in times of emergency. It also comes bearing news …