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In order to not miss a beat Turn Up The Volume scans the musical
horizon daily (doing it for years now, actually) to stay in touch with
all new things sonically great and shares the results on a weekly
Check the 10 new rad pieces just
added to this rad 2023 playlist.
1. ‘Countdown To Shutdown’ by THE HIVES (Sweden)
Second shared blast from the Swedish punk wackos’ upcoming new album
named The Death Of Randy Fitzsimmons (I have no clue who that is),
out on 11 August.
2. ‘Goon’ by OSEES (L.A.)
New riff monster by 24/7 riff maniac John Dwyer and his Osees gang.
New longplayer, titled Intercepted Message lands in August.
3. ‘Algorithms’ by KASABIAN (Leicester, UK)
Last year, the lauded rockers returned with new LP The Alchemist’s Euphoria.
Now to start the festival season they dropped this totally new catchy track.
4. ‘Principle Of Gender’ by SEAN GRANT & THE WOLFGANG (Newport Pagnell, UK)
Dark-Goth-wave corker which bursts with a haze of tribal splendour and a reckoning that “This death is not the end, just a return, transcend.” From their new spellbinding 4-track EP ‘Kybalion, Pt. 1
5. ‘Kader’ by DUNYA (Hamburg, Germany)
Passionate power pop with a melodramatic resonance. A song about fate
driven by anger and rage. From their brand new excellent album Zaman.
6. ‘Mild Davis’ by FRANKIE AND THE WITCH FINGERS (L.A.)
Los Angeles’ garage-psych-punk bolide with new slam dunk
from their forthcoming LP DATA DOOM, out on 1 September.
7. ‘Music Video’ by ODDYSSEYS (Chicago)
Speedy garage punk madness pushed by an insane bass riff that
does your head in.
From this turbo’s upcoming EP ‘Misremember’, out on 1st of July.
8. ‘Complain!’ by HYPOTHETICS (Bristol, UK)
Ever heard post-punk, prog-rock, psych mania and ska in one and
the same track? I did, just now. It’s pretty ace. From brand-new
4-track EP Gets Let Down!
9. ‘Coming Home’ by DEXYS (UK)
New feel-good piece from the famous British soul-pop combo’s, led
by Kevin Rowland, new longplayer The Feminine Divine, coming up on
10. ‘Pink Shell’ by KING KRULE (London)
Amazeballs jazzy punk rant from Krule‘s new LP Space Heavy.
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