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URL :http://www.besttuna.blogspot.com/
Filed Under:Music / Indie Music
Posts on Regator:2285
Posts / Week:6.9
Archived Since:April 11, 2008

Blog Post Archive

Going Underground #22

Today our musical globetrotting around the world's underground takes us to sunnier climes. Today we will be sunbathing in the bright lights of the Los Angeles underground. ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________...Show More Summary

Animal Pharm

Pharmakon From: New York City, United States Regular readers will already be aware that Margaret Chardiet, aka Pharmakon explores the outer limits of music (Don't Have Nightmares, Do Sleep Well, Aching Bones). Body Betrays Itself, the...Show More Summary

New Stuff 17th August 2014

Here's some more great unheard, unheralded and downright unbelievable music that I've not had space for this week... Snack Family - Long Pig Belly by Snack Family Bernays Propaganda - A Bone To The Dog Zabraneta planeta by Bernays Propaganda P aws - Deceptacon Trash Kids - Hyper Punx SoKo - Girls on Film

Going Underground #21

Today's musical globetrotting around the world's underground this week takes us a little off the beaten track. Today we will be bathing in the cream of the Norwich, England underground crop. ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________...Show More Summary

Sumner Holidays

Eliot Sumner From: London, England Yes Eliot Sumner may be Sting's daughter, yes she may possibly have had a little leg up in the music industry courtesy of her father and yes I'm usually the first to rail against music industry nepotism squeezing out true talent. Show More Summary

Swarm Weather

The Bohicas From: London, England With their debut single The Swarm London quartet The Bohicas have not just broken through the indie glass ceiling they've smashed it into dust. The Swarm is a frenetic whirlwind of arrogance, testosterone and aggression with guitars sharper than diamond cut razor wire. Show More Summary

New Stuff 10th August 2014

Here's some more great unheard, unheralded and downright unbelievable music that I've not had space for this week... The Red Cords - Dead Heat Slaves - Where's Your Car Debbie? The Dead Strange - Sorry For Nothing Dark Beach - Scream Queen Underpass - Side

Smells Like Vit Spirit

Död Mark From: Stockholm, Sweden The Devil is not one to deal in unverified tittle tattle but it's rumoured that Stockholm punks Död Mark (translated as Death Mark) are the latest venture for Swedish rapper Yung Lean. I'm not sure where...Show More Summary

Going Underground #20

Our final trip to the world's underground this week takes us to bonny Scotland (I'm legally obliged to describe Scotland as bonny according to the journo's book of cliches page 5 paragraph 2). Today we will be lapping up the cream of the Dundee, Scotland underground crop. Show More Summary

Going Underground #19

After a couple of trips to the underground on the other side of the Atlantic today's undiscovered talent from the musical underground is a lot closer to home. Today we will be dipping our tongues into the cream of the Leeds, England underground crop. Show More Summary

Going Underground #18

In the third of this week's stopovers we've reached Seattle, United States where we will be sampling some of the delights of their underground crop. ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________...Show More Summary

Going Underground #17

Today's stopover in our journey through the world's musical underground is Olympia, Washington, United States where we will be sampling the cream of their underground crop. ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________...Show More Summary

Going Underground #16

It's time for another of the Devil's irregular series of undiscovered talent from the musical underground. This week we'll be journeying across land and ocean together to root out bands and artists that have been unfairly starved of the oxygen of global publicity. Show More Summary

New Stuff 3rd August 2014

Here's some more great unheard, unheralded and downright unbelievable music that I've not had space for this week... Kittygato - I Don't Know (What To Do With You) BREEZE E.P. by KITTYGATO BraBraBra - The Lack of God Brabrabra-Mango by Brabrabra Chimpshed A.D. - Mother Goose Woolen Men - Real FX Rich Girls - Steady

Raze Hell

Lucern Raze From: London, England Luke, the prolific ex singer with Sex Beet, owner of PNKSLM Recordings and prolific consumer of canned tuna has upped sticks from London to Stockholm where he's re-emerged in the guise of Lucern Raze. Show More Summary

Crime Pays

Salford Crime Wave From: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States Salford Crime Wave are from Philadelphia and, I'm surely safe in assuming, are referencing the Montgomery County Salford rather than the Greater Manchester Salford. Although given the anglicised sound of the pumped up Get Well I could be wrong. Show More Summary

Punk in Drublic

Downtown Boys From: Providence, Rhode Island, United States I don't want to read too much into this but there could be a punk wind blowing in from across the Atlantic. After yesterday's post on Hard Left covering the Rich Kids new wave...Show More Summary

Future of the Left

Hard Left From: Oakland, California, United States Like the original wave of punks back in 1976 and 1977 Cali outlaws Hard Left don't spend months prevaricating over each note and drum beat. Less than two months after the release ofShow More Summary

Alf Service

alfie From: London, England alfie (not to be confused with the under achieving Manchester indie rockers from the late 1990s who disbanded before he was even born) is 20. According to his intriguing, and grammatically insouciant bio he...Show More Summary

New Stuff 27th July 2014

Here's some more great unheard, unheralded and downright unbelievable music that I've not had space for this week... Table Scraps - Bug Allah-Lahs - Had It All Modern Baseball - Rock Bottom Aztec Cormorant - And Lo Field Mouse - A Place You Return To In a Dream

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