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Video Premiere: Touched By Ghoul – Immaculate Consumption

“Raised in a basement and surviving only on sheer will and flamin’ hot cheetos, Touched by Ghoul clawed their way to the surface to induce the vomit of your soul. Touched By Ghoul exists in their own post-nostalgic now, rock and roll gravediggers teari …

On The Road with Snow Burial’s First UK Tour

Touring the UK was something of a dream come true for the band, although next time we’d advise not coming in the middle of winter, so Ben from the band penned a few words on their experience.

Track Premiere: Hunter Ellis – Ulysses

We first came across Hunter Ellis a few years back when he submitted his excellent debut album The Healing Power of Laughter to us. So when he got in touch a few weeks back to say that he was releasing a couple of new tracks to raise money fo …

Exclusive Track Stream: Broken Soundtracks – To Be Among My Enemies

Long established as part of the Roadkill Records family, Broken Soundtracks are the surf-rock charmers with a knack for infectious songwriting. Early shows saw the quartet spin riffs reminiscent of The Jesus And Mary Chain and Richard Hell but a line-u …

Video Premiere: One Sentence. Supervisor – Scope Explosion

Things are stirring in Switzerland of late. We featured the rather brilliant Lord Kesseli & The Drums a few months back and now One Sentence. Supervisor have popped up on our radar. They make widescreen psych-pop; sweeping in scope and dr …

Drew Lundberg from Often the Thinker

We discovered Often The Thinker a few weeks ago when Drew got in touch regarding their latest album Better Part of Vice and frankly we were completely blown away by the densely layered, jazz infused post rock; so we grabbed some time with Drew to find out a bit more about the band.

Exclusive Track Premiere: Sisteray – Faaast Food

Sisteray are a four-piece band from Walthamstow currently making waves around London & beyond. The band’s new recording project entitled ’15 Minutes’, released 14th April on Vallance Records, takes its inspiration from the famous Andy Warhol q …

Video Premiere: Parachute For Gordo – Anenome To Manatee

Aldershot experimental trio Parachute for Gordo announce that they will release their 3rd album Possibility of Not on Rose Coloured Records on 13th March 2017. Pre-orders available here. Possibility of Not also sees the group expand into visuals f …

Video Premiere: Lazybones Flame Kids – No Summer Ends (Live In Sardinia)

Sometimes we come across a band that are so perfectly formed and so completely up our street it’s a wonder we haven’t discovered them before now; Lazybones Flame Kids are one of those bands. Hailing from Sardinia in Italy, they released their debu …

Exclusive Track Stream: Watered – The Quincuncial Lozenge

We’ve got a belter for you today. More than 2 years after its initial idea this split release between the German instrumental post metal outfit Watered and Terraformer from Belgium finally sees the light of day. After releasing their second album ‘Some …

Video Premiere: Misty Coast – Heavy Head On A Body

Comprised of The Megaphonic Thrift members Linn Frøkedal & Richard Myklebust, the duo’s new single ‘Heavy Head On A Body’is a luscious slice of dreampop; ghostly vocals floating over a gently pulsing beat and awash with reverb. We have th …

Exclusive Video Premiere: Beatrix Players – Mole Hill

Beatrix Players create dark and evocative melodies, expansive arrangements and empowered orchestral sounds that tell stories of real life and fantasy. Citing influences as diverse as Michael Nyman and Regina Spektor and drawing comparisons to the likes …

Video Premiere: Border Scout – Game & Watch

Border Scout are two brothers from Yorkshire. The duo began crafting their slowly evolving orchestral- electronica sound as a response to what they see as a society obsessed by instant gratification. The Border Scout aesthetic is something the listener …

Under the Influence with Nicolo, Klaas & Jordi from BIINDS

BIINDS blend a broad spectrum of sonic influences, including electronica, post rock and classical, in to a unique palette from which they build captivating, but slightly discomforting, sculptures of sound; imagine Massive Attack, Dead Can Dance and Godspeed taking a road trip in the dark on a soaked and lonely highway and you’ll be in the right ballpark. With all that in mind we were fascinated to know what influenced them and their music.

Exclusive Track Stream: The Tigerlilies – Shipwrecked

The Tigerlilies are back on heels of their critically acclaimed 123456 EP with a new 7-inch single which boasts the punk pirate shanty A-Side “Shipwrecked.” The band taps a spine tingling vein of influences, ranging from Bowie to the Buz …

Video Premiere: blanket – Acacia

There’s quite a backstory to the band blanket. A devastating house fire destroyed thousands of pounds worth of A/V equipment and nearly cost front man Bobby Pook his life. As the guitarist and songwriter fought defiantly amongst the flames of the home …

Rumour Cubes – Silent Night

Under The Influence with Stuart from Rail Cables

At the beginning of last year, Stuart first got in touch to let us know about a project he was just starting which was going to be “a new series of compilation records featuring new music inspired by train travel”. Since them they’ve been knocking it out of the park with their releases with the latest installment out in January and featuring Steven Hodson (Oceansize / Kong) & Gareth JS Thomas (USA Nails). We thought it would be a good time to ask Stu to pick his three records that set him off down this path.

Kandodo/McBain

One of the more interesting and exciting releases this year coming under the banner of psychedelic music has been the collaboration between Kandodo (Simon Price of The Heads) and John McBain (Monster Magnet). To find out more our resident psychonaut Martyn Coppack catches up with Simon and John to find out the inside story.

Under The Influence with Desert Mountain Tribe

Desert Mountain Tribe have had a phenomenal 2016. The release of their debut album, Either That Or The Moon, established them at the forefront of the new wave of psych; a position bolstered by a series of incendiary live performances. We asked the guys to pick three records that set them on their musical journey.

Video Premiere: BUENSUCESO – The Tulip Curse Came With The Arrival Of Fall

BUENSUCESO were given birth by Sergio Espinosa and David Moreno in the spring of 2013, after the split up of the sludge metal band Buffalo. Joined by Eduardo Quesada and Juan de Dios on bass and guitar, they self-release their first EP “Inner …

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