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New Music Of The Day: The Gloomies - LSD

We've been on at you about Cali garage band The Gloomies for a couple of months now, ever since their Soundcloud demos instantly made us think of a poppier, more youthful War On Drugs. Today, they've announced details of their debut single, a double A-side called 'LSD'/'The Groves' and released on Thrill Me Records on October 16.

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New Music Of The Day: Car Seat Headrest - Times To Die (Video)

Following his signing to Matador and general 'going overground' over the past few months, Car Seat Headrest has unveiled a new video from forthcoming Matador debut 'Teens Of Style'. Out on October 30, the album is a compilation of sorts, collecting and building on some of Will Toledo's best Bandcamp work over the past few years.

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New Music Of The Day: Public Access TV – 'Patti Peru'

Public Access TV have been carving out a niche for crafting “the perfect chorus” for a while now. The New Yorkers debut track ‘Monaco’ set their stall out high enough, with an urgency to it that seemed rarer than rare in a world obsessed with reverb and, well, doing everything possible to not include a chorus on your album. It’s refrain simply never let up – and that's a trick they’ve employed again here to devastatingly cool effect.

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New Music Of The Day: Bully - Too Tough (Video)

‘Too Tough’ as a song, of course, has been out for ages now – a sticky, bubblegum strut of importance from Bully’s fine debut album Feels Like. The video, which just dropped, feels even older, like something straight out of MTV’s vaults in 1991 – you half expect to see Tad Doyle wander into view at times, especially when singer Alicia takes her guitar for a walk around a scrapyard. It's the best summation yet of what they're about, both aesthetically and musically.

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