Saturday, 28 February 2015

Jade TV

Dream Pop extraordinaire from this Grand Rapids, Michigan band.

Friday, 27 February 2015


The latest offering of Sami Suova of Shine 2009 fame.

Wednesday, 25 February 2015


Having previously posted their debut track 'Funny Way Of Loving You' with almost no info on the band, here is another tricky to define piece from Allegories.

Talk In Tongues

A repeat dosage of fuzzy round the edges psych pop from LA mob Talk In Tongues.


Here is the full 'Jane's Lament' LP from Au.Ra

The album will be released next week via Felte.


The woozy sounds emanating from a Swedish garage make attractive listening on HOLY's 'Lights'.

Golden Team

We've been following Golden Team (formerly Gold Is For The Golden Team) for some time now. Each one of their releases so far has been of the expertly crafted, shimmering variety and this is no exception.

Monday, 23 February 2015

Jake Rollins

Another rambunctious lo-fi stormer from Jake Rollins off his LP 'Spend A Few, Make A Few'.


More virtuoso work from Melbourne's LANKS.

Ulrika Spacek

Ulrika Spacek are from London, that's all I have got on the makers of this lovely bit of warm psychedelia.


Struggling to find words that differ from our last post about Crepes, this is 'languid, wonky pop' and I am stinking to that summation.

Jason Nolan

A bravura performance from young Surrey producer Jason Nolan. Following up on 'Stem' from late last year with this delectable, string laden slow burner.

Friday, 20 February 2015


New from the ultra enigmatic Janet. Retaining the twisted aesthetic of earlier work.

Mountain States

Taken from the new 'Kairos' EP of this Nijmegen band. Lovely, ramshackle jangle.

Thursday, 19 February 2015

The Landing

Irresistible astral pop from The Landing.


We belatedly featured 'Drum Machine' by Melbourne band Contrast last November. This comes from the follow up 7" due in March.

Living Hour

Part of a split 12" on Art Is Hard Records featuring 4 bands in total. Living Hour's contribution is all wistful haze.

Wednesday, 18 February 2015

Fall Electric

Another Perth band following on from yesterdays post of SpaceManAntics. Fall Electric have the sound of slightly sinister open country down to a tee.

Surf Rock Is Dead

Another large record from Surf Rock Is Dead.


Don't normally bother with covers but this reworking of a Stone Roses classic by Seattle bleakaholics Crater is brilliant.

Tuesday, 17 February 2015

Yumi Zouma

The second taster from Yumi Zouma's EPII.

Totally Mild

Our ongoing Aussie love in continues with Totally Mild. A debut LP is due on Bedroom Suck on 6th April.


Part of the unstoppable wave of high class Australian psych, SpaceManAntics have a woozy new 7" on the way.

Monday, 16 February 2015

Wild Pacific

Drawly delights from Spokane trio Wild Pacific.


Can't get enough of Au.Ra, this is another cut from the upcoming LP 'Janes Lament' due for release by Felte next month.

Heart Beach

From Horsebeach to Heart Beach, there are certainly a glut of plage fixated bands around at the moment. A big chunk of them are pretty decent too, not least this three piece from Tasmania.


The second half of the new Horsebeach 7". The other side 'Disappear' was featured here earlier in the month.

Echo Lake

A second sample from the upcoming Echo Lake LP 'Era'.

Thursday, 12 February 2015

Ekoda Map

Like this very much, from an unspecified location in the UK, via the excellent Abandon Building label.

Joey Fourr

Chronic case of taking our eyes off the ball here. Joey Fourr's 'Gold Boy' was in our favourite 25 tracks of last year but this was missed entirely. Thanks to Don't Need No Melody for showing us the error of our ways.

Yumi Zouma

New Yumi Zouma, taken from their second EP for Cascine.

Wednesday, 11 February 2015

Verdensrommet & Sondre Lerche

We featured Verdensrommet back in 2013. Not heard much from them since, but this remix of Sondre Lerche is stupendous.

Dah Rhyl Gah Moor

Uber accomplished work from fresh London act Dah Rhyl Gah Moor. They have a mini album due on 25th February. This is a heady first taster.

Lion Bark

Long awaited new material from Brighton's Lion Bark.

Monday, 9 February 2015

Jake Rollins

At turns a producer of tip top slacker pop and something altogether more meandering. Jake Rollins hails from Boston.

Solomon Grey

With the release of their EP 'The Selected Works' due next week, Solomon Grey have aired this treat.

Ghost Hours

The only thing I know about Ghost Hours is that he likes Garden City Movement...

Thursday, 5 February 2015

Maybe The Moon

The second single from Bay Area operators Maybe The Moon.

Alex Stephens

Stunning simplicity, the work of Alex Stephens who hails from North Wales.


Glorious innovation is in the blood of this Dublin band. 'Donegal' is the lead track taken from their debut single

Modern Blonde

A timeless sounding couplet from Manchester band Modern Blonde.


Its been the best part of a year since we heard from Kettering's Neighbour.

Tuesday, 3 February 2015

Dutch Uncles

The third taster from 'O Shudder' the new album from Dutch Uncles.

Moon King

More from Moon King's new LP 'Secret Life'.


Following up on one of our favourite LPs of last year, this is the new single from Horsebeach.

Monday, 2 February 2015


Swedish gents Sameblod have returned with some sparkling electro-pop.


Another ruminative electronic work taken from Azedia's 'Form' LP.


Sheffield's Blossomer channel Wild Beasts in their dramatic pomp on this first single proper.

Garden City Movement

From the new 'Modern West' EP due in April, Garden City Movement continue their ascent.