SEVEN IN THE MIX! 7 Crackers For Week 8…

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

1/ ‘Loss Of Sophistication’ by LOW HUM (L.A., California, US)
Here’s a striking electro pop tremor with a murky twist by Collin Desha aka Low Hum. He creates a deep bass drone that sticks instantly and gets under your skin without asking.

LOW HUM: Website – Facebook – Twitter

Euphoric pop corker energized with a rapturous scream-along chorus that will put a big smile on your face. Uprising and blissful stuff! Also one of the weirdest band names I
ever heard! From their wicked new album ‘Jazzbelle 1984 / 1988‘ – here on Bandcamp.

JaneFondaAerobicVHS: Facebook –  Twitter

3/ ‘Temper’ by SUSS CUNTS (Melbourne, Australia)
Jingle jangle electricity you just can’t resist. Witty and punky. Pushed by blustery bass/drum truculence and fueled with clenched harmonies. Strapping score!

SUSS CUNTS: Facebook / Label: Hysterical Records

4/ ‘Soft’ by COREY FLOOD (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, US)
Hazy turbulence intensified by wandering guitar escapades. Very entrancing and highly seducing. Wondrous track from 3-track debut EP ‘Wish You Hadn’t‘ – all info on Bandcamp

COREY FLOOD: Facebook / Label: Fire Talk

5/ ‘Greenman’ by SCHOOL DISCO (Plymouth, United Kingdom)
Surf injected psychedelia with a rockabilly edge à la The Cramps. This spacey firecracker invades your bloodstream on the spot. A far-out and gluey stroke to get completely lost in!

SCHOOL DISCO: Facebook – Bandcamp – Twitter

6/ ‘Candy Lamb’ by WALLOW (Calgary, Alberta, Canada)
Intoxicating cold wave vibration with a magnetizing and irresistible beat. Captivating cut!

WALLOW: Facebook – Bandcamp

7/ ‘Climbs’ by BROADS (Norfolk, UK)
Cinematic and gloomy electro soundscape colored with mesmeric violin melancholia. Dreamy and romantic. Top track from this duo’s new LP ‘Field Theory‘ – here on Bandcamp

BROADS: Facebook – Bandcamp

See/hear you next week, music junkies