Blog Profile / The Devil Has The Best Tuna

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Archived Since:April 11, 2008

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Happy Happy Birthday

Gris-De-Lin From: Bridport, Dorset, England Happy Birthday Tuppence. I searched high a low for a song that I could post to celebrate birthday and I found the gorgeous Gris-De-Lin's Birthday and it was just about perfect. Especially as I can't be with you today because of work. Show More Summary

Deep Shallows

Shallows From: Winchester, England Winchester trio Shallows are so fresh they're still cooling on the window sill. Formed only a few months ago they hooked up through a shared love of poetry, film, art installations, and, of course, music. Show More Summary

Happy Bank Holiday

Yay it's Bank Holiday Monday in the UK today, a day to kick back and do absolutely nothing. Well nothing except listen to these kicking holiday related tunes I've curated for your bank holiday enjoyment... Holiday - Isolation is a Lonely...Show More Summary

Fresh Sounds 23rd August 2015

Here's another refreshing selection of tunes to invigorate and refresh you mind, body and soul... Gris-De-Lin - Your Ghost Wild Pacific - Shoreline Kite Base - Dadum Bedbugs - James Brown Seazoo - Martyn & Jayne

Going Underground #36

A?fter last week's trip to Edinburgh it seems only fair that we have a fumble in the musical undergrowth of Glasgow and see what beauty we can stir. All the bands are featured on an excellent album from Gold Mold Records available on tape from their bandcamp site. Show More Summary

Going Underground #35

After last week's trips to East Anglia and Scotland today we sail across the Irish sea to unearth some hidden gems in the Dublin underground. If you like what you hear you can see the them all at this year's Hard Working Class Heroes festival in Dublin from 1st to 3rd October. Show More Summary

Seconds Helping

Seconds From: Glasgow, Scotland On Bang To Rights Scottish quartet Seconds serve up a banquet of guitars that cut and scratch like they were manufactured by Gillette and girl group backing vocals from the wrong side of the tracks. Seconds...Show More Summary

Fresh Sounds 16th August 2015

Here's more fresh drops of musical goodness courtesy of the Devil. Today's tunes aren't only good for the ears they're good for the soul. Air Waves - Horse Race Wolf Like Me - Deep Green Walk - Sometimes I Feel Frog - Photograph Cumstain - I'm Not Mean Jingo - Ghost in the Machine

Going Underground #34

Let's take a second trip around the world's underground. After visiting Norwich earlier this week it's time to pack your bags but put your passport away because we're on our way to Scotland to shed some light on the hidden gems from the musical undergrowth of Edinburgh... Show More Summary

The World Turned Dayglo

Love Buzzard From: Leeds/Guildford, England After adding colour and noise to the underground live scene round the UK for the past 18 months and supporting the likes of Slaves, Cerebral Ballzy and God Damn, Leeds / Guildford based duo...Show More Summary

Going Underground #33

Exactly 12 months ago we ventured into the musical undergrowth of Norwich so it's an opportune moment to take another trip to check out some more gems to help you through the working week... Claws - I'll Never Learn Olympians - Disappear...Show More Summary

Vive La Revolution

Revolution, I Love You From: Philadelphia, United States Today's treat is an oldie but a goodie that passed me by on it's first release in 2011. Graceful Steps from the debut album by US trio Revolution, I Love You sounds like Elvis Costello on an electro pop trip. Show More Summary


Seafret From: Bridlington, Yorkshire, England Be There, the new single from Seafret, one of the highlights of this year's Glastonbury festival, is a slight deviation from the Yorkshire duo's usual mellow folky pop. While it starts with...Show More Summary

Girl Aloud

Girl Band From: Dublin, Ireland The atonally magnificent Girl Band have been a staple on the blog since my ears were first assaulted by their their creepily aggressive cover of Blawan's Why They Hide Their Bodies Under My Garage (Girl Band). Show More Summary

Fresh Sounds 9th August 2015

It's time for another batch of fantastic freshly cut tunes straight from the Devil's garden to your ears... Protmartyr - Why Does It Shake? Umbrella Assassins - James Brown State of Mind Half Past June - Sometimes I Miss You, So I Walk By Your House Grooms - Comb The Feelings Through Your Hair Forthaven - Thorns

Summer Jams

It's been a pretty miserable summer in ol' blighty. The rain and wind has been interrupted by the odd flash of sun. But fear not when your favourite little Devil is around every day is summer. Here are a hot selection of tunes to brighten up the wettest British summers day... Show More Summary

War On Want

Post War Glamour Girls From: Leeds, England Devil's favourites Post War Glamour Girls, winners of the coveted Devil's album and single of the year for 2014, have announced the release of their second album for this autumn. The dirtyShow More Summary

They're So Pretty, Oh So Pretty

Pretty Vicious From: Merthyr Tydfil, Wales Welsh noiseniks Pretty Vicious were one of the noisiest bands of the Glastonbury Festival. They were even noisier than the mighty Motorhead, which takes some doing. They blew the roof off the...Show More Summary

Shopping Till We Drop

Shopping From: London, England Why Wait, the latest release from London trio Shopping (featured on the blog back in May 2013, Saturday Shopping) is a fidgety, restless critique of the instant gratification of the consumerist age. It's edgy, jagged, spiky rock that recalls post punk pioneers Au Pairs, Delta Five and Kleenex. Show More Summary

Fresh Sounds 2nd August 2015

Another helping of fantastic freshly brewed tunes straight from the Devil's cafe... The Bird & The Monkey - A Song For Nico The Glass Children - Undone No Nothings - All The Good Ones. Gelato - Daydream Sealings - White Devil

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