SEVEN IN THE MIX! 7 Energizing Crackers for Week 31…


Seven swirling tracks I played on repeat these past days
Seven steamy jams to energize body & soul all week long
Turn up the volume! Music is the only legal dope! Whatever!…

1/ ‘Rotten’ by GRINGO STAR (Atlanta, Georgia, US)
Psychedelic pop rock brilliance with smoky guitars and less scary than they look…
GRINGO STAR: Website – Facebook – Bandcamp

2/ ‘Strange Torpedo’ by LUCY DACUS (Richmond, Virginia, US)
You can’t resist her addictive drive and sharp acumen. Brilliant, but she will not admit it…
Album: ‘No Burden’ – here on Bandcamp
LUCY DACUS: Facebook – Twitter

3/ ‘Social Politics’ by YASSASSIN (London, UK)
Ecstatic jingle pop jangle with a knockout flow that will spoil your ears – CATCHY as HELL!…
Also on: YouTube
YASSASSIN: Facebook – Twitter

4/ ‘Dianna’ by TEETH & TONGUE (Melbourne, AUS / New Zealand)
Swinging, swirling, steamy electro dynamics and in desperate need of new shoes…
Album: Give Up On Your Health – out 16th September
TEETH & TONGUE: Facebook – Twitter

5/ ‘CheerUp’ by THE HOLIDAY CROWD (Toronto, Canada)
Relax, fix yourself a cocktail & try some sensual moves when this sunbeam is on…
Album: self-titled LP is coming…
THE HOLIDAY CROWD: Facebook – Twitter

6/ E.V.I.L. by MEDICINE BOY (Cape Town, South Africa)
Menacing orchestration as soundtrack for estranged lovers – highly fascinating debut…
Album: ‘Kinda Like Electricity’ is out 15th August
MEDICINE BOY: Facebook – Bandcamp

7/ ‘Munich’ by CHRIS WATKINS & DRUNK POETS (Anchorage, Alaska, US)
The wandering troubadour is back with new compelling stories for the twilight zone…
Album: ‘Lights All Askew’ – here on iTunes
CHRIS WATKINS: Facebook – Twitter


See you next week, folks…


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