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From Wednesday 04 May 2016

Boy On Guitar stream new track ‘Something Warm’

Calfornian (by way of Idaho) indie rock band, Boy On Guitar, are streaming their new track, ‘Something Warm’, over at 36vultures. It is taken from their forthcoming split with Chase Huglin, which is released on May 6th via Broken World Media. Pre-orders for the split are available now, and

Eat Me share the video for ‘Big Love’

Currently on the road with Milk Teeth and Black Foxxes, Kent’s Eat Me have unveiled the official video for ‘Big Love’. Taking to Facebook to reveal the video, Eat Me have dedicated the track to “anyone bringing a bit more love into this world.” ‘Big Love’ showcases Eat Me’s disregard

All People Will Be There For You

Today we’ve got a stream for you from New Orleans indie punks All People. The band release their self-titled record very soon and we’ve got the track ‘Moonsteps’ for you listening pleasure today, which is about ‘Friends’ and family. ‘Friends’ the TV show is a pretty odd topic for

Interview: Western Settings

Let’s get something straight from the start. Western Settings, hailing from San Diego, are my homies. I was at their very first show, and I’ve been to almost every one of their hometown performances. I’ve seen them grow. I saw them off on the few west coast tours they’ve

Empty Houses – Daydream

Every once in a while a record comes along and unexpectedly captivates you. It gets a hold of you so much that all you can do is listen to it over and over and over again, etching a groove in your brain and a smile upon your face.

Future Idiots celebrate being corny on ‘Imperfect’

“I may not be perfect, but baby I’m perfect for you,” the chorus on Swedish pop-punks Future Idiots’ new track ‘Imperfect’ proclaims. “I know that’s a really cheesy line,” they admit, a hint of a self-approving philosophy that runs deep into the song. Although based around love, the track

Your Loss stream debut album in full ahead of release

Featuring Drew Johnson of Chumped, Brian Van Proyen and Tim Browne of Elway, and drummer Miles Thacker, Your Loss have unveiled their excellent ‘Midlife Crisis Tropical Vacation’ ahead of its release on Friday. Premiered via Brooklyn Vegan, the eight tracks bring all of the best parts of

Personal Best reveal new track and video, ‘I Go Quiet’

Recently restructured indie-punk outfit Personal Best have unveiled their new track and accompanying video, ‘I Got Quiet’. The infectious track follows last year’s ‘Arnos Vale’ full-length, and arrives as the band prepare for a Specialist Subject Records fueled party, hitting the road alongside Caves, Doe and Shit Present. Receiving its

Yung share new track, ‘The Child’

Danish post-punks Yung have unveiled another new track, ‘The Child’. It marks a departure from their otherwise distorted energy, showcasing their softer yet equally intriguing side. “I wrote ‘The Child’ while working a summer job at a crop farm last year,” says singer and songwriter Mikkel Holm Silkjær. “I stayed

The Stargazer Lilies unveil video for ‘Summer’s Gone’

Psychedelic dream-pop band, The Stargazer Lilies, have unveiled a music video for their latest single, ‘Summer’s Gone’. The track is taken from the bands forthcoming second album, ‘Door To The Sun’, and follows on from the previously released ‘When With You’. The Stargazer Lilies last album was the excellent ‘We