SEVEN IN THE MIX! 7 Crackers For Week 20…

A brand new SEVEN IN THE MIX for a brand new week!
Seven striking 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!

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1/ ‘Saw Myself’ by FOREIGN ARCHITECTS (Perth, Australia)
Led by singer/songwriter Matthew Burke, this Aussie quartet dropped another magnifying pop groove. Reflective, yet heartening, spirited and highly sticky. Top-quality songwriting.

FOREIGN ARCHITECTS: Website – Facebook – Instagram

2/ ‘Idle Tongue’ by Dear CAROLINE (Greater Manchester, UK)
Here’s some amplified indie pop with a boosting impact. A continual steady beat, blazing guitar electricity, vehement vocals and a passionate chorus. Sparkling and energetic cut!

Dear CAROLINE: Facebook –   Twitter

3/ ‘Game Piece’ by LANGUAGE (Brooklyn, New York, US)
This ferocious, straight in your face, punk punch hits you like a sonic blitzkrieg. Savage shit! Heated stroke from their upcoming 4-track EP ‘Playmouth’ – all info here on Bandcamp.

LANGUAGE: Facebook – Bandcamp

4/ ‘Flump’ by MICHAEL JABLONKA (London, UK)
London rocker scores heavily with this new turbulent uppercut turning up the decibels big time. Volcanic stuff that energizes all your nerves and all of your senses. Striking swagger!.

MICHAEL JABLONKA: Facebook – Instagram –  Twitter

5/ ‘Black & White’ by NAUSICA (Arnhem/Berlin, Netherlands)
Nausica‘s brand new single ‘Black & White‘ is a funky and soulful pop injection that will activate your limbs on the spot. Richly arranged and vibrantly orchestrated. Top score!

NAUSICA: Website – Facebook – iTunes

6/ ‘Lightness Is A Greatness’ by AUTOMATIC FICTION (Bordeaux, France)
Dazzling electro pop dynamics with a magnetic attraction degree. A wholehearted, contemplative and harmonious composition getting slowly but surely under your skin.

AUTOMATIC FICTION: Facebook – Website

7/ ‘Why Criminal?’ by GHOST SUNS (London, UK)
Stirring and colorful synth pop rainbow colored with affecting harmonies and spiced with electronic romanticism. A trippy reveverie to spin on repeat and get completley lost in.

GHOST SUNS: Facebook – Website – Twitter

See/hear you next week, music junkies

SEVEN IN THE MIX! 7 Crackers For Week 17…

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

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1/ ‘Glasshouse’ by SLEEPTALKING (Bristol, UK)
This is the burning and menacing quietLOUDquietLOUD opening blast from the 4-track debut EP of this must follow 5-piece. Mind-blowing firework. Stream the full EP here.

SLEEPTALKING: Facebook – Twitter

2/ ‘The Basement’ by MOWBECK (Nottingham, UK)
Fully charged pop ecstasy with a captivating chorus that will vitalize your senses. Top cut!

MOWBECK: Facebook – Twitter

3/ ‘High Authority’ by REBEL YELL (Australia)
Rebel Yell aka Grace Stevenson with a trashy techno slam, obviously inspired by British 90s electro dance experts Underworld and Leftfield. Fuel to start a party! Right now, right here!

REBEL YELL: Facebook – Rice Is Nice (label)

4/ ‘Mr. Fixer’ by BEACH RIOT (Brighton/London, UK)
Only the second single from these noisy rioters. A heated grunge mix of distorted guitars, agitated vocals, flaming intensity and a steamy Nirvana chorus. Time to test your speakers.

BEACH RIOT: Facebook – Twitter

5/ ‘Beautiful Mess’ by FASHION WEEK (Columbus, Ohio)
After three EPs over the last four years this brisk alt trio is back with a sparkling fast/slow roller coaster pushed by a vital rhythm section, cracking guitars & compelling vocals. Top!

FASHION WEEK: Facebook – Twitter

6/ ‘What Happened’ by LOS TONES (Sydney, Australia)
Sixties spiced psychedelic garage rock dynamite with an energetic, scream along chorus. Vigorous title track from the band’s 2nd album. Discover the LP in full here on Bandcamp

LOS TONES: Facebook – Groovie Records

7/ ‘Caroline’ by Dear CAROLINE (Manchester, UK)
The infectious electricity of early Arctic Monkeys, the confident swagger of British guitar pop and a hooky chorus. The final result of this all is a damn cool and vibrant song! On repeat!

Dear CAROLINE: Facebook – Twitter

See/hear you next week, music junkies…