Boy Friends Club pay homage to underground jangle-pop, as well as the bedroom variety in the vein of Ariel Pink, whose early releases are somewhat comparable to Boy Friends Club. They make no use of hazy synths though, opting for a more traditional dual-guitar and drums sound that echoes early Felt material. The vocal performances and [...]
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Death From Above 1979 have confirmed they’ll play new material on their upcoming Canadian tour, as Consequence of Sound points out. These songs will be their first since releasing their only full-length, 2004′s You’re a Woman, I’m a Machine. The b…
Chan Marshall, aka Cat Power, goes post-apocalyptic in the self-directed video for “Cherokee,” the second single off her new album, Sun. The story follows a rogue group of survivors during a zombie invasion, and the only way for them to survive is to shoot these monsters in the chest with laser guns. Yes, it’s just [...]
The 3rd single from Hervé’s acclaimed debut album, Pick Me Up, Sort Me Out, Calm Me Down, comes in the shape of the club thumping “Night Turns Into Day”, featuring the vocal charms of Lottie Tricity.
Hervé, under his various guises, has built …
At seventeen years old, King Krule (the moniker of Archy Marshall, formerly Zoo Kid) has taken the Indie music world by a quiet storm. His surprising appearance is reminiscent of the first time we found out how Rick Astley looked like. It comes as a shock of how such a full and hoarse voice could come from such [...]