Anemone – Baby Only You & I

Today is release day for Montreal psych-pop outfit Anemone. Their debut EP, Baby Only You & I, is an eager little creature. Four songs follow the rules for establishing the sound and intention of a band on a first release.Then there are remixes – reimaging three of the previous four tracks – exploring the possibilities

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Keith Top Of The Pops – If You Want Twee (You’ve Got It)

Keith Top Of The Pops And His Minor UK Indie Celebrity All-Star Backing Band, more easily remembered as KeithTOTP recently shared a video for a new track. The track is from an upcoming album called “Livin’ The Dream”, which the producer/musician/songwriter promises will be released “When the vinyl arrives”.

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Bill Drummond – The Only Music Worth Listening To (1972-1976)

Since January 2013 Bill Drummond has responded to all invitations to be interviewed on televisions by offering a filmed Sixty Second Talk on the requested subject to be discussed. Since January 2018 Bill Drummond has allowed these Sixty Second Talks to be published in sequence – here.

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Cheekface – Dry Heat / Nice Town

Cheekface first danced into our company wearing soft shoes, and rolling back the carpet with their anthemlike track “Glendale”. Over here at popbollocks we loved that song, probably too much. We would attend parties, and say shit like “Hello, our name is popbollocks, and we love this song called “Glendale” and it’s important that you…

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Tess Roby – Beacon

Beacon, the debut album from Montreal-based Tess Roby, has finally landed. Last month we discussed “Catalyst”, the first video from the collection which suggested the barometric pressures of what was to come. It is a dreamlike song, and the visuals offer as much poetry as they do clear view of Roby’s intention. It’s a song that…

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