UPDATE: New Pop/Rock – An Independent Music Playlist on Spotify

It could be in our Electronic Pop Playlist. It could be in our Post Punk Darkwave Coldwave Shoegaze & Post Rock Playlist. But its here in our New Pop/Rock Playlist on Spotify. Such is the crossover effect of the synthpop, post-punk motorik and indie rock nature of ‘Someone Else’  by multinational London outfit Pynch. The […]

Dead Roo Return With Swirling Reassurance

With the world in a strangely simultaneous state of turmoil and torpor, Adelaide quartet Dead Roo have shared their swirlingly reassuring new single ‘Nick of Time’. Glistening guitars, heartening harmonies and a resolute rhythm do their well worn darnedest to provide the succour below. Out now digitally on Swirl Records. Purchase here.   Nick of […]

Kathleen Edwards Returns With New Album; Shares “Options Open”

“I’m an excellent barista”  Kathleen Edwards to The Toronto Star, November 2014. It’s fair to say that since delivering her powerfully wry debut album Failer in 2002 Canadian singer-songwriter Kathleen Edwards built quite a reputation for marching to the beat of her own drum, embracing imperfection, defying expectation. Ten years on from that debut and […]

Nation of Language Share Closing Track from New LP

Brooklyn post punk trio share ‘The Wall & I’, the deliberative closer from their soon to arrive long player ‘Introduction, Presence’ out 22 May. Listen below and pre-order the album here.   The Wall & I  Nation of Language (USA) From the forthcoming album,’Introduction, Presence’, Self Released. May 22 Audio Stream The Wall & I […]

The Razor Sharp LOVE SPORT Return With New Single

Helsinki pop/rock quartet LOVE SPORT return after a three year hiatus necessitated by their work in other projects with a sharply buoyant new single ‘Life’s A Joke’. It’s the first taste from their forthcoming album And Justice For All, and a more than worthy follow up to 2017’s excellent decade-spanning rock nugget Dull Tracks. While […]

Emma Shields Debuts On Stay Inside Compilation; Songs From The Great Indoors

Six independent Australian record labels, Osborne Again, Dinosaur City Records, Spunk Records, Hotel Motel Records, Blossom Rot Records and Inertia Music have come together to release Stay Inside: Songs From the Great Indoors. To be released track a day style across the month of April, the 20+ artists include Cool Sounds, Snowy Band, Good Morning, […]

Terry Shares New Single And A Salient Ode To A Political Lie

Melbourne’s glam-shackle post punk trendsetters Terry have released a new single ‘Take The Cellphone’, the latest 7″ exclusive to subscribers of the Sub Pop Records Singles Club. Scruffy yet streamlined, its yet another rollicking toe tapper by the socially observant quartet who individually and/or collectively have a more than considerable hand in the musical directions […]

Video: Spine Tingling Opener From New Lanterns On The Lake LP

Today sees Newcastle Upon Tyne quintet Lanterns on The Lake deliver Spook The Herd, their carefully constructed fourth album, an artistic response to the divisive turbulence surrounding them and English society in general. Last week they shared the cinematic drama of its lush and intense opener ‘When It All Comes True’ complete with video taken […]