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Talk About Pop Music now has a COLLABORATIVE PLAYLIST so you can add your song to the list YOURSELF! 70 more words


LISTEN: Jennifer Touch - 'Chemistry'

A smoldering, dark electro-pop gem; Jennifer Touch‘s latest single ‘Chemistry’ is a seductive, bold new offering. Lifted from her debut album Behind the Wall… 205 more words

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ALBUM: Wilsen - 'Ruiner'

A collection of thoughtful songs that allow space for reflection and growth; Wilsen‘s latest record Ruiner is a deceptively quiet listen. Released via Dalliance Recordings, the album is soft in terms of volume, but lyrically it speaks loudly about overcoming and accepting inherent introversion, and self-doubt. 367 more words

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HEPA.TITUS "Night Goat/Bobwire" 7"

‘Blue Fat Pussy’ was the latest album by heavy noiserockers Hepa.Titus. The album was released September 19 and was pretty frikkin awesome. The trio (with Kevin Rutmanis  from Cows, Melvins and more) released a limited 7″ with a Melvins Cover (Night Goat) and a new track “Bobwire”.


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New album by Casual Nun is almost there

On March 17 we get “Resort for Dead Bodies”, the new album by Casual Nun. Their are already a couple of tracks out that I have not shared yet and it is again proof that this band can make loud music in different styles and it all still fits perfectly together. 67 more words

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Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever: Cars In Space

Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever is back (yay!).

They’ve recently released their new single and because it’s so f**king incredible, it’s our Track of the Week. 14 more words


"Hackney smack deal" is the Rec's Public Service Announcement to the Roommates of People Who Might Have a Falling Out With Their Procurers of Elicit Substances

Without making too much light of the situation, the Rec tell a true story of the negative fallout of drug use and the people with whom you share a dwelling on “Hackney smack deal.” In the group’s style of gritty yet playful vocals and a lively beat, the Rec describes a group of men who show up one day to collect money due regardless of whether the unlucky sod who answers the door is the person owing the debt. 207 more words

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