A brand new SEVEN IN THE MIX for a brand new week!
Seven rousing tracks I played on repeat these past days
Seven vivid strokes to feed body and soul all week long
Turn up the volume! Music is the dope! Here’s the stuff!
1/ ‘I Can’t Grow A New Heart’ by JENNIFER (London, UK).
Irresistible and electrifying psychedelic garage injection from start to finish. Title track from the trio’s new, flashing 3-track EP ‘I Can’t Grow A New Heart‘ – here on Bandcamp
JENNIFER: Facebook – Bandcamp
2/ ‘Nobody’s Watching‘ by SHEAFS (Sheffield, UK)
An infuriating and burning, tempo-changing roller coaster with a menacing attitude. Top score! Title track from this quintet’s striking 4-track debut EP – stream here on Spotify
SHEAFS: Website – Facebook – Twitter
3/ ‘The Silt’ by DEAD COAST (London, UK)
Ever heard “60s experimental new blues sounding like egyptian garage and heavy psych
space surf’? Try this spectacular, mind-bending trip and you’ll be hooked instantly.
This is the quartet’s brand new single out 7 March on 7″ via Greenway Records
DEAD COAST: Facebook – Tumblr – Twitter
4/ ‘Shake, I Shook’ by MOONLANDS (London, UK)
Tremendously ecstatic vibe intensified by vitalizing vocals and a thousand glimmering guitars. Amplified pop at his very best. From their new EP released via Foof Records
MOONLANDS: Website – Facebook – Twitter
5/ ‘She’s So Hot’ by THE MADCAPS (Rennes, France)
A bouncy jingle jangle groove with a spicy swagger and hot chorus from the French 60s inspired garage junkies’ 3rd album ‘Slow Down’, out 31 March via Howlin’ Banana Records
THE MADCAPS: Facebook – Bandcamp
6/ ‘Elva’ by DESERT CULTURE (Austin, Texas)
Frontman & songwriter Daniel Vega‘s past family stories are drenched in a delectable mix of Californian surf rock with a Texan country touch. Album ‘They’re Not Gone’ out 17 April.
DESERT CULTURE: Bandcamp – Facebook – Twitter
7/ ‘Scarlet’ by RADULA (Stockholm, Sweden)
What starts as a sensual retro guitar pop gem with tempting vocals explodes when the powerful chorus comes on. Stunning debut single by this highly promising Swedish trio…
RADULA: Facebook – Lazy Octopus Records
See/hear you next week, music junkies…