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The Weekend Mix - 23rd July 2016

You want some fresh new sounds to soundtrack your weekend well let me oblige...Bathymetry - I think there was blood involvedCrushed Out - Out of the BlueBlack Surf - SinkKamikaze Girls - Black CoffeeYip Man - For Your Own GoodFor Your Own Good by Yip Man

New Music To Delight Your Ears - Batteries

Batteries From: Glasgow, Scotland Batteries is the latest venture from Steven Clark perhaps better known by noise pop enthusiasts as Sci-Fi Steve from punky upstarts Bis. His spiky twitchy post punk single The Fall-In-Love-Club withShow More Summary

New Music To Delight Your Ears - Cabbage

Cabbage From: Manchester, England Dinner Lady, from Manchester's strangely named Cabbage, is a riotous tale of a rogue dinner lady who gets up to all sorts of nefarious activities. It's an insane tour de force that takes me back to the...Show More Summary

New Music To Delight Your Ears - The Blinders

The Blinders From: Doncaster/Manchester, England Hidden Horror Dance, the debut EP from alt rockers The Blinders sounds like the Arctic Monkeys having a nervous breakdown. There's an edge, a tension, a nervous energy to the tracks, most notably the Devil's favourite Murder At The Ballet, that sets them apart from their peers. Show More Summary

New Music To Delight Your Ears - Izzy True

Izzy True From: Ithaca, New York Izzy True, aka Isabel Reidy formerly of The Realbads, is on the verge of releasing her debut album Nope as a follow up to last years well received Troll EP. If the album lives up to the quality if its...Show More Summary

New Music To Delight Your Ears - Dream Nails

Dream Nails From: London, England One of the biggest disappointments of Glastonbury 2016 was, due to an accident of birth, missing Dream Nails perform at the Sisterhood stage. The venue was female only to provide a safe space for women...Show More Summary

Fresh Sounds 17th July 2016

This week's selection of tunes are so fresh they're still in the orchard waiting to be collected... PLAYING HOUSE – GrapefruitBERRIES - SirenCHORUSGIRL - Girls of 1926KING CATCHER - I Don't Want Your LifeODINA - You Loved Me, You Killed MeNST - Hvn

New Music To Delight Your Ears - Seafang

Seafang From: Saint Petersburg, Florida, United States Elephant Stone, a Cleveland-based record label and the point at which 60s Psychedelia and 90s Shoegazing collided, went dark about four years ago. Then, out of the blue, they announced that they were back with a brand new single from Floridians Seafang. Show More Summary

New Music To Delight Your Ears - White Ape

White Ape From: London, England London rockers White Ape, (first featured on the blog in back in February this year, If The Kids Are United) are back with a new track. Courtney Love Will Tear Us Apart is an affectionate, humorous and...Show More Summary

New Music To Delight Your Ears - Scott & Charlene's Wedding

Scott & Charlene's Wedding From: Australia Australian indie rockers Scott & Charlene's Wedding, first featured on the blog back in 2013 (Wedded Bliss), are back with a new four track EP that cements their reputation as one of the leading lights of the current slacker rock scene. Show More Summary

New Music To Delight Your Ears - Yip Man

Yip Man From: Dumfries, Scotland Not That Easy from Yip Man, the alter ego of Scottish Songwriter, Al Nero, is a boisterous rocker that sounds like Elvis Costello in his lean, mean and punky keen days. It's upbeat, it's noisy, it's captivating...Show More Summary

New Music To Delight Your Ears - Bentcousin

Bentcousin From: Brighton/London, England If you're looking for a slice of perfect pop then look no further than the latest track to surface from the always awesome Bentcousin. Voodoo has cast it's lo-fi, laid back vibey spell on me and one listen and believe me you'll be hooked to.ListenVisitBentcousin - Facebook

New Music To Delight Your Ears - Simon Love

Simon Love From: London, England With Andy Murray's historic Wimbledon victory yesterday there's only one track that could grace the august web pages of the blog today and that's Tennis Love, Simon Love's puntastic, poptastic ode to falling in love with a tennis fan. ListenVisitSimon Love - Facebook : Website

Glastonbury 2016 Retrospective - Sunday's Highlights & Lowlights

Sunday's Highlights 1. She Drew The Gun at the John Peel Stage Having seen She Drew The Gun at The Rabbit Hole and The Greenpeace Stage, and at risk of the band taking out a restraining order, I made the trip to newly relocated John Peel Stage to catch a glimpse of the Liverpool band play their largest stage of their weekend. Show More Summary

Glastonbury 2016 Retrospective - Saturday's Highlights & Lowlights

Saturday's Highlights 1. Car Seat Headrest on the Park Stage The crowds were woken up to the sounds of the excellent Car Seat Headrest with a selection of tracks from their new album Teens of Denial.Car Seat Headrest - Drunk Drivers/Killer WhalesTeens Of Denial by Car Seat Headrest 2. Show More Summary

Glastonbury 2016 Retrospective - Friday's Highlights & Lowlights

Contemplating Glastonbury Friday's Highlights 1. Meeting Declan McKenna's mum, friends and family at the Park Stage 2. Declan McKenna performing Brazil on the Park Stage After winning last year's Emerging Talent Competition Declan McKenna returned triumphant with a fully fledged band. Show More Summary

Glastonbury 2016 Retrospective - Thursday's Highlights & Lowlights

Thursday's Highlights 1. Lady Sanity's Set at The Rabbit HoleLady Sanity delivered a short energetic set energy at the Rabbit Hole with an interesting blend of laid back soulful hip hop and raging rap, including an impressive re-imagining of Rage Against The Machine. Show More Summary

Fresh Sounds 10th July 2016

Another tip top selection of sounds so fresh they'll make the sun shine... Cherryade - Fractured Fairytales Nrvs Lvrs - Sundowning bed. - Billy Joel Seratones - SunBasement Revolver - Johnny

Fresh Sounds 3rd July 2016

This weeks fresh tunes are so fresh they've still got the pips in them...Ceiling Demons - SundaysBelly Of The Hopeless by Ceiling DemonsThe Moonlandingz - The Rabies Are BackThe Kumari - Space WitchSpace Witch/Abyss by The KumariSyd & The Dream - I Probably Won't Ignore YouTrampoline - Dog CollarSometimes a Song is Just a Cigar EP by Trampoline

Going Underground #50 - Wales

What better way to hit the half century of Going Underground posts than having a rummage around the nether regions of a country that has produced a football team that is one game away from the Euro 2016 final? Yes today we will be donning...Show More Summary

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