Blog Profile / The Devil Has The Best Tuna

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States of the Nation

The Baltic States From: Liverpool, England Something is stirring in the alleyways of Liverpool. After the noisy delights of scouse tearaways Spares last night, tonight I bring you the more refined sounds of their Liverpudlian comrades The Baltic States. Show More Summary

Spares Parts

Spares From: Liverpool, England I Like It from Liverpool's Spares sounds like The Hives if they'd been born underneath the stairs of the Cavern Club. It takes the pop smarts of the Fab Four and injects the energy and the exuberance of the Hives to create a song that'll blow the winter blues away better than storm Abigail. Show More Summary

Karma Chameleons

The Karma Repair Kit From: Bristol, England Your Restless Spirit from Bristol four piece The Karma Repair Kit sounds like an unreleased Dandy Warhols classic, it grooves like ol' flat top and twists and turns like a kite in the breeze. Show More Summary

Maiden Wellington

Mermaidens From: Wellington, New Zealand It's been a while since we last heard from New Zealand trio Mermaidens and with Seed, the first single from their forthcoming debut album, it's good to see that they've lost none of their alluring mystical charm. Show More Summary

Ghosts Stories

The Mouth of Ghosts From: London, England Somebody Like You from London trip hoppers The Mouth of Ghosts sounds like a Bond theme written by Beth Gibbons and performed by Bjork's English cousin.ListenVisitThe Mouth of Ghosts - Facebook : WebsiteSeeThe Mouth of GhostsSomebody Like You

Fresh Sounds 22nd November 2015

ALDER – StockholmGUIVILLE – Tell MeMATT STOCKL – WavesTHE WITCH AND THE ROBOT – Oh! Glass RealitySHRINKING VIOLETS - Lady Frankenstein

And The Wynne Is...

Rory Wynne From: Stockport, Manchester Stockport spiky popster about town Rory Wynne is 16 years old. Let that sink in for a minute. He's 16 years old and he's already released two songs better than 90% of top 20 hits since the day he...Show More Summary

Woof Justice

RIDLEY WOOF From: Northallerton, North East, England Kidd from Ridley Woof, a multi national trio based in the North East of England, sounds like the missing link between 10CC at their most aggressive and The Cold War Kids which is a very good thing indeed. Show More Summary

For Whom The Bell Tolls

School of Seven Bells From: Brooklyn, New York, United States photo credit: Clarke Tolton (above) / Justin Hollar (below) I first featured New York's School of Seven Bells way back in 2008 (Bank Holiday Buffet) and they have featured regularly ever since. Show More Summary

Fresh Sounds 15th November 2015

It's time to hose yourself down in the refreshingly cool sounds of the top sounds of the week...Sugarmen - Plastic OceanLuna Rosa - FeverJohnny Sands - Das PopNo Kill - BetterLights That Change - Starlight

Crying Game

Crying Lions From: Newcastle, England I've been partial to the Newcastle music scene for a long while bringing you everyone from Little Comets and Tessera Skies to Silver Fox and The Shooting Of and, of course the Devil's favourites Bridie Jackson and the Arbour.The latest band from the the North East to catch my ear are indie quartet Crying Lions. Show More Summary

Ska'd For Life

The Cut Throat Razors From: Glasgow, Scotland Since it's early 80s heyday Ska has been a specialist genre consistently churning out great songs that excite the small but devoted cadre of skahead who have continued to carry the flame while the world moved on to other things. Show More Summary

Going Underground #43

With the world's largest underground shopping complex in the world with it's fitting that our trawl of the world's underground music has once again found itself in Toronto. It's a city I know well having lived there for 5 months a few years ago and the local scene is as vibrant and exciting today as it was then. Show More Summary

Fresh Sounds 8th November 2016

Check out this week's freshly squeezed sounds straight from the Devil's nutribullet to your tympanic cavity (other compact blenders are available.)Black Casino and the Ghost – Veggie TarantulaDead Coast – Jenny Loves The SunPill - Hot GlueVenkman – Andrew, You’re Horizontal AgainZola Blood - Pieces of the Day

Norwegians Would

Today's post is courtesy of my good friend Derval Mc Cloat, a.k.a DervSwerve, the Devil's Irish correspondent. Derval is an Irish music, wordsmith, blogger and reviewer, with a mega passion for Nordic indie and electro-classical sounds. Show More Summary

Bonfire of The Profanities

It's the 5th of November again, the day when the UK literally has money to burn, the local pyromaniacs become insanely popular for 24 hours and anyone with a wooden door fears for their safety.Instead of wasting your money on an arsenal...Show More Summary

Parlor Games

Parlor Walls From: Brooklyn, New York If you're a long serving Devil worshipper you may recall New York trio Eula featured a couple of times in 2009 (Eula Hoops, Eula Tour). Well Eula singer/guitarist Alyse Lamb has branched off to form...Show More Summary

Thistle Do For Me

Black Thistles From: Exmouth, England Exmouth quartet Black Thistles sound like they've been created in a mad scientists laboratory in an attempt to create the perfect indie band. Their latest single 222655 from their Pop Quiz EP isShow More Summary

Only These Bands Can Save Us Now

The other morning I was in a taxi and the driver was tuned into a commercial radio station playing an endless succession of computer generated pap that made me feel physically sick. One track from Calvin Harris was so mechanically reconstituted it should have come with a warning that it wasn't fit for human consumption. Show More Summary

Fresh Sounds 1st November 2015

It's time to listen to some freakingly fresh sounds straight from the Devil's orchard to your ears... Barn Swallow - No Places To Hide Octupuses - Girl Aisha Badru - Young Band of Holy Joy - The Land Of Holy Joy Oranj Son - Psycho Disco Face

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