SEVEN IN THE MIX! 7 Crackers For Week 9…

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

1/ ‘Tired Of You’ by ARXX (Brighton, United Kingdom)
A rowdy ripper with a nasty edge by fierce Brighton garage rock duo. Rough riffs and jarring catchiness. Just hope that this plain-spoken girls like you. Intense cut from their brand new ‘Daughters Of Daughters‘ EP – discover/stream/purchase here on Bandcamp

ARXX: Facebook –  Twitter

2/ ‘Friends’ by HEMMIT (Portland, OR, United States)
Here’s a wall-of-pounding-rock-power from Hemmit‘s drummer/multi-instrumentalist
and songwriter Keith Fleming. Infectious, vehement and driven by sticky Hüsker Dü energy. Flaming track from his brand new 6-track ‘One Ultra‘ EP – available here on Bandcamp

HEMMIT: Website – Facebook – Twitter

3/ ‘Drawing A Line’ by COSY INVASION (De Klinge, Belgium)
A rough-hewn and highly fetching groove that will activate your limbs from the first chord
on. Basic stuff with a tremendous swagger and sultry vocals. Now, shake that booty…

COSY INVASION: Facebook – Bandcamp

Booming drum/bass, electrifying guitars, sneering vocals and an overall dirty swagger.
This kick-ass rocker will energize your bloodstream and all of your senses. Hallelujah!

FOREVER CULT: Facebook – Website – Twitter

5/ ‘Little Black Book’ by FACTORY (Runcorn, UK)
Here’s a turbulent blues rock force that rolls big time with a hefty dose of testosterone
and flamboyant vivacity to keep your brain wide awake all day long. Play this stuff loud!…

FACTORY: Facebook – Twitter

6/ ‘When It Started’ by CUBS REFRAIN (Toronto, Canada)
A swirling electro pop score with multiple sonic layers. Rich arrangements, fervent vocals and an overall towering synths orchestration. Notable performance by Toronto duo!…

CUBS REFRAIN: Website – Facebook – Twitter

7/ ‘The Tingles’ by PELT (Glasgow, Scotland)
New trippy pop single from these Scottish daydreamers. Hearfelt vocals, impassioned guitars and a melodic attractiveness similar to Belle And Sebastian’s tuneful melancholia.

PELTS: Website – Facebook – Twitter

See/hear you next week, music junkies

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