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ALLAH LA's - " No Werewolf "


The B side to the recent single and a cover of the Fanatics track taken from the forthcoming  album “Worship the Sun”  the Las will be touring and playing the Bodega in Nottingham on the 22nd September


Jenny Lewis - The Voyager (Album)

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Jenny Lewis does what Jenny Lewis does best as she releases The Voyager, her first solo album in six years.

With very melancholy vocals and instrumentals, Lewis takes us on an emotional roller coaster about love, life, personal and emotional struggles.. 58 more words


Olympic Ayres - Control

After their last single “Magic” from 2013, Olympic Ayres, a duo from Australia, deliver once again. “Control” gets better and better the further you get into the song and it is actually really catchy and happy. 42 more words

Pumpkin Soup

Hey, everyone! Remember “Oops!…I Did It Again”??? Oh boy, that’s a song I think of when I think of high school. Not that I listened to Britney Spears back then (not that I don’t listen to her now, haha) but it is just one of those many generation-defining pop songs that happened to come out in those years. 368 more words

listen to a new song from mannequins on 7th street

we’ve been following mannequins on 7th street in earnest ever since their dark, soothing synth pop began appearing on soundcloud late last year.  after three impressive standalone tracks, the london-via-brussels duo lay dormant for awhile, granting us… 63 more words


You Haunt Me | Sir Sly

You Haunt Me | Sir Sly

The vocal sounds cute, this is not something gigantic and massive but is something that you would definitely go back and listen and listen again.


The #1s - The Number Ones

Dublin garage-rock act the #1s deliver a fast paced, gloriously ragged self-titled début album. 

From the opening crash of jangling guitar on ‘I Wish I Was Lonely’ to the jolting rhythm of its first verse the irrepressible sound of the #1s’ music is clearly and quickly established. 291 more words