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Pijn unleash debut EP, ‘Floodlit’

Manchester based collective Pijn are exclusively streaming their debut record, ‘Floodlit’, for The Independent. Containing four tracks of soaring and sombersome post rock/metal, the record will be available this Friday 27th January via Holy Roar Records. The band also have a number of upcoming shows in the next couple of

Pinegrove’s Sam Skinner unveils debut EP, ‘Danny Through Junior

Sam Skinner, who is best known as being a member of Pinegrove as well as Tawny Peaks, is streaming his debut EP, ‘Danny Through Junior’, with The AV Club. This four track release of endearing and intricate indie will be available on the 27th January through Soft Speak Records.

MELT release video for ‘Rewind’

New Jersey alt rockers MELT have released a video for the song ‘Rewind’ at Upset Magazine. This shimmering tune is taken from last year’s debut album, ‘Riffer’, on Danger Collective and Topshelf Records.

Sleater-Kinney stream ‘What’s Mine Is Yours’ from upcoming live album, ‘Live in Paris’

Sleater-Kinney are currently streaming a live version of ‘What’s Mine Is Yours’, taken from their upcoming live album, ‘Live in Paris’. The upcoming record was recorded at the band’s performance at La Cigale in Paris on the 20th March 2015 on the European segment of their ‘No Cities to Love’

Cheap Girls Call It A Day

Michigan rock band Cheap Girls have announced they will be ending the band with immediate effect and cancelling all future shows. In a searingly honest Facebook post, guitarist and vocalist Ian Graham wrote, “To me, Cheap Girls feels like something that I’ve used to exercise the

Uniform share video for ‘The Killing Of America’

New York duo, Uniform, have unveiled a video for ‘The Killing of America’. The track is taken from their forthcoming album, ‘Wake In Fright’, which is released on January 20th via Sacred Bones. Pre-orders are available now, and you can watch their new ‘The Killing of America’ below.

Patrons announce new album, ‘As Above, So Below’

Patrons have announced details of their new album, ‘As Above, So Below’. It will be released on March 31st via Rose Coloured Records, and will include the single, ‘First Of The Slow Burners’, which was released last year. Check out the video for the track below.

United Nations share new track, ‘Stairway To Mar-a-Lago’

United Nations have released a surprise new track, ‘Stairway To Mar-a-Lago’. The band, who have in the past featured members of Glassjaw, Thursday, Pianos Become The Teeth and more among their ranks, will donate all proceeds from sales of the track to American Civil Liberties Union and Planned Parenthood. ‘Stairway To

Friday 20 January 2017

Dream The Electric Sleep announce first ever London show

U.S. post-rock outfit Dream The Electric Sleep have announced their first ever London show on 8th February at the Black Heart and it’s free! Dream the Electric Sleep released their third album ‘Beneath the Dark Wide Sky’ last year and have announced a one off UK date as part of

Team Picture share new single ‘Back To Bay Six’

Leeds based Team Picture have shared their new single ‘Back To Bay Six’ ahead of it’s official release on the 10th of February. Described as ‘One-part post-punk, two parts fuzz’, Team Picture are a group from Leeds who demanded attention with a series of self-released singles throughout 2016. “’Back to

Imminence release music video for ‘This Is Goodbye’

Swedish outfit Imminence have released a music video for their new single ‘This Is Goodbye’. Vocalist Eddie Berg comments: “The new album is about the prowess of leaving something behind in order to make room for something else. It can be anything from relationships, pride, reason, fears or faiths, a

Mallory Knox share new single, ‘Better Off Without You’

Mallory Knox have shared a new track, ‘Better Off Without You’. The track is taken from their new album, ‘Wired’, which is released on March 10th via RCA, and available to pre-order from the bands official store. Mallory Knox will also be on tour next year which you can see the

The Early November release acoustic album, ‘Fifteen Years’

The Early November have released a collection of all new acoustic recordings, ‘Fifteen Years’. It comes ahead of their tenth anniversary tour of their second album, ‘The Mother, the Mechanic, and the Path’, which will hit the UK in March. Tickets for the shows are on sale now, and you can listen

Lower Than Atlantis share new track, ‘Boomerang’

Lower Than Atlantis have unveiled another new track, ‘Boomerang’. It is taken from their forthcoming album, ‘Safe In Sound’, which is due for release on February 3rd via Easy Life Records. They will also be out on tour later this year which you can see the dates for below, along with a

Emma Ruth Rundle shares previously unreleased track in aid of Planned Parenthood

Emma Ruth Rundle has released a new track, ‘Forever, As The Setting Son’, in aid of Planned Parenthood. The track was recorded in a very raw, lo-fi for some years ago in Los Angeles, and comes after the release of Rundle’s stunning 2016 album, ‘Marked For Death’. The track is available

Thursday 19 January 2017

Dashboard Confessional reveal surprise covers EP

Dashboard Confessional have revealed a surprise covers EP, ‘Covered + Taped’, via Spotify. It features the bands own take on tracks by The 1975, Julien Baker, Justin Bieber, and Sorority Noise. “I love covering great songs by great artists,” said Chris Carraba. “These are some songs I feel very connected to

Cory Branan announces fifth album, ‘Adios’

Cory Branan has announced the release of his upcoming new album, ‘Adios’. This fifth full length by the singer-songwriter will be available on the 7th April through Bloodshot Records. To coincide with the announcement, Branan is streaming the record’s first single, ‘Imogene’, over at Rolling Stone.

Japandroids stream new album, ‘Near to the Wild Heart of Life’

Japandroids are exclusively streaming their upcoming third album, ‘Near to the Wild Heart of Life’, with NPR. The record will be released on the 27th January via ANTI-. Pre-orders are available at the band’s website. The Canadian indie rockers will also be heading out on a UK tour this spring.

Home of Metal need the help of Black Sabbath fans

As Black Sabbath’s final UK tour approaches, Home of Metal need the help of their devoted fans. They will be on hand at all dates on the tour, taking photos of fans paying their respect to Black Sabbath. They also need fans to contribute photos of memorabilia for a travelling

Husky Loops sign with Alcopop! Records

London trio Husky Loops have announced that they’ve signed with Alcopop! Records. The band will be releasing their debut self-titled EP through the label on the 7th April. To coincide with the announcement, the band released a video for their latest single, the sludgey indie sounding ‘Fighting Myself’. As well as

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