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Bands That Most Influenced Alt. & Indie Rock, Vol. I – Manchester’s Post-Punkers The Fall

In 1976, Manchester, England was a declining industrial seaport city with a thriving music scene. While the punk movement was at the height of its […] The post Bands That Most Influenced Alt. & Indie Rock, Vol. I – Manchester’s Post-Punkers The Fall appeared first on Indie Rock Cafe. Read more, get songs or stream the entire mix on Indie Rock Cafe

Best Indie Rock of 2017 You Almost Missed, Vol. II – Between The Rain, Darlia, Jordan Carr & The Boys, Cubby Creatures, and Dreams Wash Ashore

We have a couple of more best indie rock 2017 posts to finish publishing. These are albums and bands we must share with you guys. […] The post Best Indie Rock of 2017 You Almost Missed, Vol. II – Between The Rain, Darlia, Jordan Carr...Show More Summary

Zed Penguin Announce Debut Album ‘A Ghost, A Beast’

Zed Penguin’s debut album A Ghost, A Beast is out on vinyl on Song, by Toad Records and it’s fucking ace. You can get vinyl here, and tickets to the launch show at Leith Cricket Club here if you want. I remember when Matthew Winter sent me his first set of four-track demos, years ago […]

New Music To Delight Your Ears - Novelistme

Novelistme From: London, England Today's track of the day comes from London renaissance man Andrew Price, aka Novelistme. Andrew, who in addition to his impressive forays into music has also written poetry, novels and is an accomplished...Show More Summary

New Music To Delight Your Ears - Matt Edible and the Obtuse Angels

Matt Edible & The Obtuse Angels From: Hull, England Hull cult favourites Edible 5ft Smiths (find out more here) made one and a half of the greatest undiscovered albums of the noughties before burning up in a compact and bijou blaze of glory. Show More Summary

Fresh Sounds To Delight Your Ears 4th March 2018

This week's Fresh Sounds are so good they'll even get the grim reaper busting out his moves...Le Destroy - KnivesKnives the impressive debut single Kristina Olsen, aka Le Destroy, sounds like a more human Gary Numan, a grungier Goldfrapp,...Show More Summary

New Sights To Delight Your Eyes - 4th March 2018

This week's selection of the best videos to make their way to chez Devil are so good your eyes will invite their friends around for a private viewing...The RPMs - Your GhostThe Retinas - ValiumDeath Party Playground - Love & FidelityFalcon Jane - Go With The FlowDelerentos - In The Moment

New Music To Delight Your Ears - Gris-de-Lin

Gris-de-Lin From: Bridport, Dorset, England Tonight we're mellowing out to the intricate folk sounds of Dorset based multi-instrumentalist Gris-de-Lin. Gris was first featured on the blog in 2016 when the Devil reviewed her confident,...Show More Summary

Cut Worms announces debut LP Hollow Ground for 5/4 release

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Photo Credit – Joyce Lee Cut Worms has announced his debut LP via the fine folks at Jagjaguwar before heading down to Austin for SXSW. He’ll have a few sets. The lead track below, Don’t Want To Say Goodbye, conjures up The Beatles in mind. It is a really well-done pop song when pop songs […]

Haley Heynderickx – I Need To Start A Garden (album review)

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At this juncture in my life, it takes quite a bit for a folk musician to stand out for me. Whether it be vocals, lyrics or variety of approach; I need something for it to stand out. Well on I Need A Garden, Haley Heynderickx ticks off all the boxes on a wonderful debut LP. […]

Andy Jenkins announces Sweet Bunch for 6/15

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Stick Matthew E. White and Phil Cook into an email announcing your album and there’s a pretty good chance I’m going to post something about your album. This is a timeless Americana track and I’m looking forward to the whole album. Sweet Bunch will see the light of day on June 15th via the fine […]

Camp Cope – How To Socialize and Make Friends (album review)

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Photo by Naomi Beveridge Camp Cope’s second album bristles the rage of someone that has just about fucking had it. Lead singer Georgia Maq’s vocals are one of exasperation. But I love how that rage is layered over some jangly guitars and the subtle rumbling of Kelly-Dawn Hellmrich’s bass and Sarah Thompson’s drumming. Maq’s anger […]

Buck Meek announces s/t solo debut for 5/18

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PHOTO CREDIT: ADRIANNE LENKER It is very easy to make Big Thief all about Adrianne Lenker. She is an amazing talent with a captivating backstory. Rest assured, Buck Meek’s wonderful guitar work is every bit as important. Now, Meek is set to release his debut solo LP via the fine folks at Keeled Scales. ?Buck […]

John Calvin Abney announces Coyote for May 18 release

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Photo by Dylan Johnson I first heard of John Calving Abney when I saw him playing with John Moreland. To say he’s proficient at guitar is a massive understatement. Coyote, a nickname bestowed upon him bu Moreland due to his dogged determination, will be the title of his upcoming album. The track below reminded of […]

Otonomi – Where To Begin

I find it’s always good to include the birds in the trees in your compositions.… Read the post Otonomi – Where To Begin

Shy Shy Shy – Pretenders

The glamour of Astrid Cordes and Simon Kjeldgaard’s early-Cardigans like indie pop is all too… Read the post Shy Shy Shy – Pretenders

Pole Siblings – Carve

There is something fundamentally pure about this tune from the Swedish brother and sister combo… Read the post Pole Siblings – Carve

Yessirov- Weathering

Atmospheric to its last breath this reminded me of the epic British Sea Power who… Read the post Yessirov- Weathering

Honeybucket – Bad Thoughts

The second Cleveland band to appear here in almost as many days. Honeybucket are a… Read the post Honeybucket – Bad Thoughts

Zorita – Calliope

What a right-beside-you opening thanks to Carlos Zorita Diaz and that voice of his but… Read the post Zorita – Calliope

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