SEVEN IN THE MIX! 7 Crackers For Week 16…


A brand new SEVEN IN THE MIX for a brand new week!
Seven glowing tracks I played on repeat these past days
Seven fiery strokes to feed body and soul all week long
Turn up the volume! Music is the dope! Here’s the stuff!

1/ ‘Mona Lisa’ by ATLAS WYND (Brighton, England)
Second single of this Brighton-based duo. A garage roller coaster driven by a tremendous groove and exploding when the burning finale kicks in. Ace sound! Flaming flow! Top cut!

ATLAS WYND: Facebook – You Tube – Twitter

2/ ‘The Bad Seed’ by PSYENCE (Stoke-on-Trent, England)
This gang describes its music as :” An intense chemical reaction of face-melting riffs, spacious vocals and groove-based rhythms.” Damn right! This is feverish and mind-blowing electricity!

PSYENCE: Website – Facebook – Twitter

This 60s influenced garage killer is injected with high-voltage guitar firework, cutting vocals and a magnetizing swagger you simply can’t resist! Steamy smack! Album coming soon!


4/ ‘You Never Know’ by SYDNEY VALETTE (Paris, France)
The new single from this French electro wizard is a mesmerizing and speedy trip that will drive your head completely nuts. A highly catchy, energetic and overpowering whirlwind!

SYDNEY VALETTE: More on Bandcamp – Facebook – Twitter

5/ ‘Sleepless’ by GARDENBACK (Manchester, England)
A captivating wall-of-guitar monster fueled with vehement vocals and a hammering rhythm section. This three-piece’s heated intensity will fuel your engine instantly. Top!

GARDENBACK: Facebook – You Tube – Twitter

6/ ‘Blue Jeans’ by RETAIL SPACE (Brooklyn, NY, US)
Enchanting synth pop rainbow, colored with delightful harmonies and glimmering guitars. Splendid track from the duo’s new album entitled, take a deep breath… ‘You Can Catch A Lobster With Eggs But Not Egg Salad’ with several more pearls. Check here on Bandcamp

RETAIL SPACE: Website – Facebook – Twitter

7/ ‘Whole Way Through The Night’ by DOROTHY VALLENS BLUES (England)
A slow, magical and bluesy journey build around a spellbinding melody. Alternating, moony female/male vocals and psychedelic guitar lines add dark atmospherics to this amazing song. This blue velvet magnificence is compelling. More mystic on Bandcamp.


See/hear you next week, music junkies…

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