SEVEN IN THE MIX! 7 Crackers For Week 29…

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


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1/ ‘More To Run’ by THE OCEAN PARTY (Melbourne, Australia)
An enchanting dream pop beauty colored with glimmering guitars, soulful piano and reflective vocals. Mesmeric arrangements and orchestrations. Ideal track for a relaxing summer night. From new album ‘Beauty Point’ – out 18 August via Spunk Records.

THE OCEAN PARTY: Facebook – Twitter

2/ ‘Fatal Shore’ by NEW LOVERS (Sydney, Australia)
Repetitive, haunting groove reminding me of early Joy Division and the darkest moments
of Bauhaus. This intoxicating serpent will creep slowly under your skin, whether you want
it or not. A top track from their impressive debut album ‘Performance‘ – all details here.

NEW LOVERS: Facebook – Dinosaur City Records

3/ ‘Medicate’ by INDIAN SUMMER (Los Angeles, CA, US)
Elevating rock banger with a sticky scream along chorus that will inspire you to start a rowdy party in your street. From blustery 5-track EP ‘Bummer’ – here on Bandcamp

INDIAN SUMMER: Facebook – Bandcamp

4/ ‘Never Break’ by MR. AIRPLANE (Boston, US)
Hammering intensity and blazing energy. This experienced 2-piece female turbo did it in the nineties and does it again today with the same husky blues force. Incendiary score!

MR. AIRPLANE: Facebook – Bandcamp – label: Girlsville

5/ ‘Slackers’ by BEACH RIOT (Brighton, England)
Brighton’s fresh and exciting noisemakers return with a new flamboyant grunge blast. A perfect Nirvanesque smack to test your speakers’ flexibility and your neighbours’ tolerance.

BEACH RIOT: Facebook – Twitter

6/ ‘Garbage’ by GORILLA CULT (Stockholm, Sweden)
Intriguing collective exploring new directions while mixing post-punk, psychedelia, shoegaze and injecting their sonic adventures with electronics and absurdist lyricism.

GORILLA CULT: Facebook – Twitter

7/ ‘Geminini’ by STAR TROPICS (Chicago, US)
A delightful daydream guitar rainbow with a New Order vibe. Colorful, romantic and bewitching. From their brand new, vibrant album ‘Lost World‘ – Here on Bandcamp

STAR TROPICS: Facebook – Twitter – Shelflife Records


See/hear you next week, music junkies…

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