Blog Profile / The Devil Has The Best Tuna

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Fresh Sounds 25th April 2015

Tonight I present you an amazing batch of fantastic fresh products straight from the Devil's larder... A Band Called Quinn - Drive With Your Eyes Closed BentCousin & Guiville - Stop The City The Aginners - Hey Trouble Makers Vladimir - In My Head Louis Barabbas and the Bedlam Six - Let Me Down Slow

Malone Again Naturally

The Recks From: Sark, The Channel Islands Lovers in the Night from Channel Islands foursome The Recks sounds like The Libertines if they'd been asked to write a tune for the soundtrack of Bugsy Malone. Listen Visit The Recks - Facebook : Website See The Recks Lovers in the Night

Chorus Line

Chorusgirl From: London, England No Moon from London quartet Chorusgirl, to be released 28th April on Odd Box Records as part of the label's 100 Club Series, sounds like the result of an experiment to inject the dna from The Bangles and long lost shoegazers Lush into the Ronettes. Show More Summary

Keeping It In The Family

Tonight's post is a family affair with awesome tracks from Young Fathers, Single Mothers, Daughter and The Son(s) and we've even roped in Grandma and Grandfather in for fun. Young Fathers - Soon Come Soon Single Mothers - Marbles Daughter - Winter The Son(s) - Paint Eyes on Your Eyelids Grandma - Sleeping Sleeping by Grandma Grandfather - Exit Wounds

Bandcamp Recommends

Bandcamp is a great site for discovering new bands so for tonight's posy I've randomly selected 5 tracks suggested by the Discover section of the site. The only rule was that they had to be from the new arrivals section. Try these marvelous tracks recommended by Bandcamp out for size... Show More Summary

Manic Monday

The Monday Project From: London, England There's more energy in the first minute of London duo The Monday Club's eccentric, electrically charged Bus Stop Boy than Coldplay's entire career. It's exhilarating, it's manic, it's like being...Show More Summary

Fresh Sounds 19th April 2015

Another selection of mind blowing tracks to take you into the working week... Frogbelly and Symphony - Mindbender Deerpeople - Impala Abdul Table Scraps - Electricity Outside Your House - Fading Out (Like The Picture On My Work ID) The Ones That Left Town EP by Outside Your House FalseHeads - Wrap Up


PINS From: Manchester, England Devil's favourites PINS recently announced their new album Wildnights with a super slow motion video for latest single Too Little Too Late. It depicts the band dressed exclusively by Saint Laurent, cut between visuals of screaming, swearing, angry girls getting covered in glitter and powder. Show More Summary

Fresh Sounds 17th April 2015

Here for your delectation are five amazing tracks to delight your ears and brighten up your weekend... True Adventures - North Atlantic Ocean Estrons - Aliens Rawfolds - I'm A God Chick Quest - I'm Tired of Pretty Girls Yeesh - Slip

Arbour Lights

Bridie Jackson & The Arbour From: Newcastle, England Regular readers will know that there is a place in my heart reserved for Newcastle quartet Bridie Jackson and the Arbour. Over two exquisite albums they've moved me like no other band or artist has ever moved me. Show More Summary

None of the Above

The general election is in full swing and the UK is knee deep in false promises, condescension, PR stunts and fabricated arguments. With just over three weeks to go before the votes are cast tonight I bring you a party political broadcast on behalf of the Devil Has The Best Tuna party. Show More Summary

Who Let The Dogs Out?

Dog Legs From: Brighton, England Brighton pop punkers Dog Legs, first featured on the blog back in 2013 (Puppy Love), are back and sounding better than ever. Their latest release Holiday is a magnificently messy two minute concoction...Show More Summary

Slug Takeover

Don't worry the blog hasn't been infested by an army of shell-less terrestrial gastropod molluscs. Former Field Music member Ian Black aka Slug has taken time out from his short UK tour (see below for dates) to mount a friendly takeover of the Devil's blog and evangelise about his favourite five exhilaratingly strange records. Show More Summary

Three's a Crowd

Cat Bear Tree From: London, England Regular readers may recall me waxing lyrical about a stunning song called Blind from London trio Cat Bear Tree (These Cats Have The Cream). The band has recently launched a crowdfunding campaign to raise money to make their next EP. Show More Summary

The Winner Takes It All

After an intensive search of the musical undergrowth and an exciting 8 act battle last night at Pilton Working Men's Club Declan McKenna emerged as the winner of the Glastonbury Emerging Talent Competition 2015. Check out his winning entry Brazil at his soundcloud site. Show More Summary


Frog From: New York, United States Frog are Dan Bateman (Guitar/Vocals) and Thomas White (Drums), a guitar duo from Queens, New York, Their 2013 self-titled debut,on NYC’s Monkfish label, went largely unnoticed and certainly passed the...Show More Summary

Less Is More

Less Than Worse From: Sheerness, Kent, England The comically titled Iain Hunters Chip Shop Riot the debut album from Kent aggro punks Less Than Worse sounds like a happy accident in a laboratory involving the DNA of Ian Dury The Angelic Upstarts and Half Man Half Biscuit. Show More Summary

Caught Stealing

Stealing Sheep From: Liverpool, England The first signs from Not Real the new album from Stealing Sheep are not promising. Opening track Sequence, with it's electronic flourishes and dance floor orientated beat sounds, is modern generic electro pop buffed up to a shine. Show More Summary

Ch Ch Ch Changes

Sea Change From: Flekkefjord/Oslo, Norway With synths that sound like precious jewels being strummed with a platinum toothpick, beats sharper than an angels tooth and vocals as smooth as polished glass Squares from Sea Change, the musical alias of Oslo-based Ellen A.W. Sundes, is a thing of beauty. Listen Visit Sea Change - Facebook : Website See Sea Change Squares

The Devil Loves Dark Tuna

Nave 89 From: Bournmouth, England Nave89 first featured on the blog a few weeks back (New Sounds 22nd March 2015) and he's back already with his latest Dark Tuna which, as you might expect immediately grabbed my attention. It's another hunk of dark and mysterious electronic rock. Show More Summary

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