The best of submissions, reviewed tracks, the almost-reviewed… and a fistfull of this month’s best music!
“From the opening bars of DIY Fisher-Price lofi post-punk disco, my earballs are alive and alert…”
“Where 2019’s ‘Maladyne Cave’ leant towards progressive folk freakouts and whimsical indie, with bursts of cartoonish aggression, a year later their sound has been hardened…”
“There’s enough cosmic glitter to convince Major Tom to break out his crash landing spandex, and more than enough sunshine buttery smoothness to ease out the bumps on the way…”
“Kopper’s recently released double A-side of ‘Fake It’ and ‘How Can You Be Sure?’ is a hard driven mass of exuberance…”
“We’re four singles in from The Lizards, each release sees a tweak in direction. Their modern-day psyche sound gains weight with each track while they keep their cult throwbacks at core.”
Continuing their run of dirtbomb-raw singles, EPs and collections, Whisky Stain have released Human Touch.
A gutterslung duo of smoke-smothered sand-blasted southern-stomp rock. A raw dirtbomb squalor of holler and grind. Gnawed gurning riffs, hymn crushing hooks, and a mean blast of bloody punch drums.