CAGE THE ELEPHANT Release New Single ‘READY TO LET GO’ From Their Upcoming Fifth Album…

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31 January 2019

American Kentucky rockers CAGE THE ELEPHANT will unleash their fifth album, entitled SOCIAL CUES in April. Ahead of it the band released the lead single “READY TO LET GO’ today. A post-break-up song, probably inspired by the end of frontman Matt Schultz‘s relationship that sounds pretty smooth and poppy on the surface but deals also with paranoia and anger. Listen/watch right here…

CAGE THE ELEPHANT: Website – Facebook


New album SOCIAL CUES out 19th April – pre-order facilities here

KING GIZZARD & THE LIZARD WIZARD Going Robotic On New Single ‘CYBOOGIE’…

Brand new sonic impulses

31 January 2019

Change of sonic direction for Aussie psych freaks KING GIZZARD & THE LIZARD. Oh yeah, brand new single CYBOOGIE sees the band going robotic and totally electronic having fun in the process. It’s a simple basic tune, but one you’ll tap your feet along instantly. Check it out right here…

KING GIZZARD & THE LIZARD WIZARD: Facebook


CYBOOGIE available via Bandcamp

THE MAGIC LOTUS Emphasizes Our Fearful Times On New Brisk Single ‘CHANGE THE WORLD’…

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31 January 2019

Band: THE MAGIC LOTUS

Who: Thrilling Greek tandem from Athens who moved to the magical
music city of London in 2015 to unleash their sonic demons

Track: CHANGE THE WORLD – brand new single – their third one

Score: Turn Up The Volume featured this peppy duo before as their high-powered
fusion of firm rock dynamics and emotion-charged tunefulness is quite imposing. Something they prove once more on their new brisk stormer. ‘Change The World‘ is
about fear which leads to paralysis that makes us unable to act and you can actually
feel the stressful tenseness in the song. It’s like the pair has mixed the siren-like guitars
of Interpol with the lively melodiousness of The Killers. Forceful and glowing. A sizzling effort. Feel the electricity here…

THE MAGIC LOTUS: Website – Facebook – Instagram

ELASTICA Released Their Edgy And Catchy ‘LINE-UP’ Single 25 Years Ago Today…

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31 January 2019

Back in 1992 singer/guitarist Justine Frischmann (one-time member of her boyfriend
Brett Anderson‘s group Suede and also ex-partner of Blur‘s Damon Albarn) and drummer Justin Welch formed ELASTICA. When bassist Annie Holland and guitarist Donna Matthews joined, the quartet was complete to hit the London scene. Influenced by the early work
of 70s British punk bands Wire and The Stranglers they released a string of highly catchy crackers. One of them LINE-UP, a song slagging off groupies, was their second single and very characteristic for Elastica‘s sonic identity. Infectious, punky, spiky & sexy. Here we go…

ELASTICA: Facebook


LINE-UP was on their self-titled debut LP – one of the fastest selling albums in the UK ever!

Unexpectedly INTERPOL Drops New Jagged Track – Here’s ‘FINE MESS’…

Brand new sonic impulses

30 January 2019

After releasing their acclaimed 6th album Marauder last year, New York’s gloomy rockers INTERPOL just dropped a new track, out of the blue. FINE MESS is about “a sanguine and starry pair, buoyed and dashed alike by their own dreams and appetites” says frontman Paul Banks. It’s a multisegmented song with edgy guitars, jagged vocals and an overall turbulent sonority. Catch the agitated drive right here…

INTERPOL Website – Facebook – Discography

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THE LIMIÑANAS Share Eye-Catching Video For Psych Trip… ‘TROIS BANCS’

30 January 2019

Almost exactly one year ago sultry French psych rock duo THE LIMIÑANAS released their sensual chill-out album Shadow People featuring famous guests such as Anton Newcombe and Peter Hook. The pair will tour the UK next month and for tha occasion they just shared a brand new video for one of the coolest tracks on last year’s LP. Here’s TROIS BANCS (Three Benches) and its highly inventive clip directed by Sylvain Rusque

THE LIMIÑANAS: Facebook – Website

TURN UP THE VOLUME’S Eleven Knockout Tracks For JANUARY 2019…

The knockout killer tracks of the past month…

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Eleven Knockout Tracks on repeat this past month!
A smoking fusion of roaring rippers and gusty grooves
Here’s Turn Up The Volume‘s Knockout January Team!

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1. ‘Feet’ by FAT WHITE FAMILY (London, UK)
The Saoudi/Adamczewski family returns with magnetic mantra-like chant. Intoxicating stuff!

2. ‘Motor City Steel’ by The Dandy Warhols (Portland, US)
Irresistibly catchy earworm from The Dandys marvelous new LP Why You So Crazy.

3. ‘The Creeps’ by LAURA IMBRUGLIA (Melbourne, Australia)
Australian singer/songwriter turns her anger into a burning banger. Top cut!…

4. M.A.H. by THE CHEMICAL BROTHERS (Manchester, UK)
A massive cannonball. A dance punk anthem for 24 hour party ravers…

5. Ar.Mour by UNKLE feat. Miink & Elliot Power (UK)
Vibey, spaced-out and cosmic. Yes, UNKLE is back!

6. ‘All I Want’ by BROKEN SOCIAL SCENE (Toronto, Canada)
Toronto’s harmony team returns with an upbeat and funky cracker. Bingo!

7. ‘Chain Of Being’ by CROWS (London, UK)
A relentlessly drums driven missile with a terrifically rollicking guitar fanfare…

8. ‘Dead Beat’ by GUIDE DOG (Bridgend, Wales)
A head-smashing wallop sounding like Nine Inch Nails with a hammering hangover…

9. ‘Steppenwolf’ by THE RINGARDS (London, UK)
Claustrophobic groove with wailing guitars creating a sort of weird voodoo feel…

10. ‘Another Mess, I’ by AYU (Switzerland/Germany)
Soulfully trippy, emotionally atmospheric, charmingly poppy with a Massive Attack touch…

11. ‘Seventeen’ by SHARON VAN ETTEN (Belleville, NJ, US)
Impassioned and melancholic pearl, with a vocal finale that causes goosebumps…

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Lyrics Of The Day – Here’s… THE FALL

Living Too Late‘ by THE FALL

Crow’s feet are ingrained on my face
And I’m living too late
Try to wash the black off my face, but it’s ingrained
And I’m living too late
Sleepless, in-control spleen
Agreed ace family
Must have stump tripod in the genes
I’m immune to things
In my dreams
I saw through the trees
O’er the poison river locks
Talk treacherous would beat
But still my heart it is rock
Finally going through old parasite gate
But there’s a 24-hour clock watch
And I’m living too late
Think
Sometimes life is like a new bar
Plastic seats, beer below par
Food with no taste, music grates
I’m living too late
Once talking was my favourite while
But now I know a conversation’s end
Before it’s done
Maybe I’m living too long
The daylight
I see trouble on the streets
Fearing catastrophe to meet
Walk down the devil’s boulevard
But still my heart is hard
They say them cellars [were’t even/were evil] black
But I know they’re wrong
Think it’s one
Been
Living Too Long


From the 1986 album Bend Sinister