New Music //
The New Music section of the blog is dedicated to bringing you fresh new sounds and videos from a wide range of musical genres. Expect to hear bright, thoughtful tunes that are sometimes poppy and sometimes challenging, but always vital and lively as we share songs we love, with you.
Latest Posts //
Hailing from Portland, Maine, theWorst are songwriter/lyricist Brooke Binion, drummer Benbazi and bassist Will Bradford. The trio is working on the follow-up to 2017 album Jane Doe Embryo and judging by the video for Blacksheepish, it’s going to be a wonderful and bruising experience.
Hailing from just outside Sydney, Australia, Evie Irie has a style and voice that belies her age. She’s crafted an amazing sound on new single Worst Enemy.
With their Stream of Youth / Blank World double LP fresh on the shelves – including a vinyl format – Birmingham, Alabama’s Wray have dropped the summer-jam of Wishing as single. You can check it out below.
With their third studio album, Dreamland, due for release on July 10th via Republic Records (you can pre-order it here), Glass Animals have dropped this video for the title track to give us a tantalising taste of what’s in store.
With her long-awaited debut album due out this September (we get a sneak peek later this month though), Norway’s Dagny (Norvoll Sandvik) has dropped this deliciously fun-filled video for Somebody. You can watch the clip below.
Toronto based singer-songwriter, producer, and performer Anna Klein says she has moved away from her acoustic roots in recent years. You can hear the fruits of that change on the winsome indie-electro of Lonely. You can watch the official lyric video for the track below.
Brooklyn-based duo Surf Rock is Dead (SRiD for short) follow recent appearances on the blog with their tracks Immaculate and Diabolik with another track from their Existential Playboy album, the delightful dreamscapes of Another World.
Founded in Blackpool back in the late 1970s, The Membranes were ahead of their time even then, inspiring much of the alternative music that flowed from the UK at the time and through the 80s. Their most recent album is the same, as you can tell from the video for The City Is An Animal (Nature Is Its Slave).