Moon Duo – Lost Heads

At the end of September Moon Duo shared Stars Are The Light, an album of accessible, challenging, surprising material. The mainly Psychedelic sequence was pinned to an adult pop sensibility. Experimental melodies delivered earworms, beats drove hypnotic passages. It’s an album of unforced grace. Today, from Stars Are The Light Sanae Yamada and Ripley Johnson…

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The Hecks – Heat Wave

The Hecks have just shared ‘Heat Wave’ – the latest track from their upcoming album, My Star, which will be released on October 11 via Trouble in Mind. The Chicago outfit nicely develop the trajectory of their self-titled 2016 debut album. Production leads the Wire-esque drive further into no-wave territory. Distinct lines are smudged and…

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Others – Geist

Fine artist Daniel Martin Diaz and perfumist Lesli Wood have formed a musical collaboration called Others. Today Others have released a video for a track called ‘Geist’. It’s a thing of particular beauty. Let’s talk about it. Instrumentally synthed strings and odd percussive strikes lay down a texture that’s both beautiful and uniquely disquieting. There…

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Art Brut – Your Enemies Are My Enemies Too

It’s almost been twelve months since Art Brut released their album, Wham! Bang! Pow! Let’s Rock Out! We did hear from Eddie Argos and the gang back in April when they teamed up with We Are Scientists, for that sweet Traveling Wilburys cover, and today there’s good news – the creative momentum is being maintained…

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Just Mustard – Seven

Just Mustard have just shared a new single and video called ‘Seven’. This is another release on the band’s own Pizza Pizza Records label. Further evidence of the Just Mustard’s desire to cut their own path. Vocalist Katie Bell, guitarists David Noonan and Mete Kaylon, bassist Rob Clarke and drummer Shane Maguire formed the band…

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Gong Gong Gong – Ride Your Horse 騎你的馬

Gong Gong Gong have just shared a new track from their upcoming album, Phantom Rhythm 幽靈節奏. The track is called ‘Ride Your Horse 騎你的馬’ and there’s a video, which was shot recently in Beijing. Since we last spoke to Joshua Frank and Tom NG they have been profoundly busy. Tours and work have taken them…

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