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Matt Wilkinson

Posted on Tuesday, April 15, 2014

 
Les Big Byrd, 'Tinnitus Ætérnum' - Video Exclusive

We featured Stockholm's Les Big Byrd in the Radar section a couple of weeks ago, and now we've got their latest video for 'Tinnitus Ætérnum'. It's taken from the 'Back To Bagarmossen' EP, which was released via PNKSLM earlier this year, and will also appear on their upcoming full-length 'They Worshipped Cats', due on May 12 from Read More

 

Rhian Daly

Posted on Tuesday, April 15, 2014

 
Baby Strange, 'Distance Yourself' - Track Exclusive

Glasgow trio Baby Strange first popped up on our radars with a handful of gloriously scuzzy demos back in 2012. They've been playing the long game since, sporadically dropping singles like debut 'Pure Evil' and follow-up 'Never Enough'. 'Distance Yourself' is next in line and it's sparser than anything the three have done before, relying on creeping, wire-thin guitar lines for the most part before it erupts in a burst of fuzz, adding more fury to frontman Johnny Madden's laments about people "trying to take our fun".

 

Matt Wilkinson

Posted on Monday, April 14, 2014

 
Exclusive Album Stream – Beech Coma, Volume 1

One of the UK's most promising new labels Beech Coma release their first compilation album today, featuring a host of acts from Brighton's thriving Echo Champ scene as well as bands from further a-field.

 

Matt Wilkinson

Posted on Monday, April 14, 2014

 
The John Steel Singers, 'Happy Before' - Track Exclusive

Brisbane fivepiece The John Steel Singers return on July 28 with new album 'Everything's A Thread', out on Full Time Hobby.

 

Al Horner

Posted on Monday, April 14, 2014

 
Lana Del Rey's Comeback Track 'West Coast' - First Impression Review

Put Stevie Nicks’ ‘Edge of Seventeen’ on a slow motion horseback gallop through the set of a spaghetti western and you’ve got ‘West Coast’, the first single from Lana Del Rey’s much-anticipated second album. Having named the record ‘Ultraviolence’, you’d be forgiven for expecting Clockwork Orange malevolence and grand orchestral rumbles, a la Stanley Kubrick’s dystopian film classic. Instead, the LA’s singer’s return is a breathy, hip-moving blues grind.

 
 
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