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From Tuesday 25 April 2017

Sheer stream new EP, ‘Psychic Quarry’

Sheer are streaming their new EP, ‘Psychic Quarry’ over at CLRVYNT. It is released on April 28 via The Native Sound, and is available to pre-order now. ‘Psychic Quarry’ is the follow up to their 2015 debut, ‘Uneasy’, and you can hear it via the link below. Sheer stream

Shvpes share video for ‘False Teeth’

Birmingham band Shvpes have released a new video for ‘False Teeth’. It is taken from their debut album, which was released last year on Search and Destroy and Spinefarm Records. The band will be at Slam Dunk Festival this year, and have a number of festival dates planned for the summer which

Orchards share new single, ‘Darling’

Brighton’s Orchards have exclusively revealed their new song, ‘Darling’, at DIY Magazine. Following their previous single ‘Honey’, this new cut of charm and brilliance from the math pop act raggedly shimmers into the senses. The band will also be making an appearance at Leicester’s Handmade Festival this Saturday 29th April.

The Dirty Nil stream new compilation, ‘Minimum R&B’

The Dirty Nil have recently premiered their upcoming new compilation, ‘Minimum R&B’, at Brooklyn Vegan. The record is a collection of the Canadian punks’ early singles and b-sides. It will be released on the 28th April via Fat Wreck Chords (US) and Dine Alone Records (CAN).

Kindling stream surprise split EP with Kestrels

Massachusetts shoegazers Kindling have spontaneously dropped a new split EP with Halifax’s Kesterls at Allston Pudding. The new EP features two contributions from each, including a cover from each. Kindling tackle The Replacements’ ‘Can’t Hardly Wait’, whilst Kestrels have covered ‘Thorn’ by My Bloody Valentine. The record is available

Daddy Issues release new track, ‘Locked Out’

Nashville indie rockers Daddy Issues have shared their new song, ‘Locked Out’, at Stereogum. It is featured on their upcoming debut album, ‘Deep Dream’, which will be released on the 19th May via Infinity Cat. photo: Kelsey Hall

Sam Coffey & The Iron Lungs unveil new song, ‘Judy’

Canadian punks Sam Coffey & The Iron Lungs recently unveiled their new song, ‘Judy’, at Noisey. The track is taken from their upcoming new self-titled album, which will be released on the 28th July via Burger Records and Dine Alone Records. photo: Madeline

Bash & Pop (ex The Replacements) announce new album, ‘Anything Could Happen’, plus UK shows

Featuring former The Replacements bassist Tommy Stinson, Bash & Pop have announced the release of their upcoming second album, ‘Anything Could Happen’. Stinson originally formed the band in 1991 following The Replacements’ original break up and was its lead vocalist/guitarist. They were active until 1994 after they released one album,

Wren release new song, ‘The Herd’

Following its premiere on Dan P. Carter’s BBC Radio 1 Rock Show on Sunday, Wren have shared their new single ‘The Herd’. It is taken from the London noise/sludge metallers’ upcoming debut album, ‘Auburn Rule’, which is set for release on the 14th July via Holy Roar Records.

Between The Buried And Me share live video for ‘Turn On The Darkness’

Prog metal band, Between The Buried and Me have unveiled a live video for ‘Turn On The Darkness’. It is taken from their forthcoming Blu Ray/DVD release, ‘Coma Ecliptic Live’, which is due on April 28 as part of a live album package via Metal Blade Records. Check out the video