5 New Indie Injections – Week 41 – 2022

New rad indie cuts to re-charge your batteries with, weekly

10 October 2022

(photo by Niklas Hawkesworth)

Who: Formed by five friends from Svendborg, Denmark in 2011. Since then, the sextet has been refining their unique take on psych rock, music for the inner journey, carried forward by melody, groove and soundscapes exploding in grand crescendos.

Third shared track from the upcoming new
album – their 3rd – Memory Terrain, landing
on 4 November.

Johannes Havemann Linnet Kissov (lead singer): “Chaos is the Plan is very much about atmosphere. The industrial, smoldering and slightly clubby atmosphere seems almost cinematic to me. The final form of the lyrics depicts a semi-sociopathic character drifting aimlessly quietly in the shadows, in disturbingly calm dialogue with himself.”

Expect a hypnotic and magnetic psych jam moving
hauntingly propelled by a groovy bass riff, sinister
synth layers, weeping guitars and emotive vocals.
Grand score!


RED LAMA: Facebook – Instagram

Who: Gritty Indie Rock & Roll band
based in Bristol, UK


The sassy swagger of early Oasis and the energizing emotionality
of the Manics. Pretty cool, right? You betcha. Electrical Britpop
at its fervent best. Fabulous stroke!

TWIN CITY: Facebook

Who: Little is known about the identity of this British musician.
His debut album Shadow of a Wrecking Ball was released in 2019.

A piece from the upcoming Halloween
EP Death & Consequences, out on 28 October.

Noir: “I was writing at the piano and kept feeling a tap on the back, I was initially scared to death, I could feel a strange dark force feeding me words which I wrote down’ and decided to embrace it and use it. It was all I had. Sometimes inspiration can come from a strange place, and this was quite intense to say the least.”

Set at the frenzied speed of 165bpm, ‘Burn Bundy Burn‘ lurches out of the stereo
like Squeeze having a stab at “Bat Out Of Hell” while dialling up the fear factor to 11. The song is about American serial killer Ted Bundy (1946-1989).

It’s an zipped earworm fos sinister souls motorzied with schizophrenic
guitars, sultry sax fragements, pitty piano touches and menacing vocals.

Smell the sizzling sound
of the electric chair below…

LE CYGNE NOIR: Facebook – Instagram

(Photo by Ally Gonzalo)

Who: Indie art-rockers from Winnipeg, CA

New single: HEAD RUSH

Epic sonority, amplified pop grandeur, towering vocals
and an overall stupefying saxophone-spiced cantata. Stellar!

Tune in and get puzzled…


YES WE MYSTIC: Facebook – Instagram

Who: Femal fronted acid punk duo. A crossover between German punk, Wave / Postpunk and Industrial. They pair uptempo tracks with dadaesc German lyrics on the adversities of life (as a woman and in general).

From the pair’s new forthcoming EP.

This electronic kamikaze knockout rushes and races
like a fucked-up runaway train on its way to crash.

I dig this. You’ll dig this. I went bonkers, you’ll go bonkers.
I jumped up and down like a kangaroo on drugs, so will you.

Right here, right now…

NEIN DANKE: Instagram

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

Eleven knockout killer tracks from the past month…

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Eleven Knockout Tracks on repeat this past month!
A smoking mix of rolling rippers and mesmeric musings.
Here’s Turn Up The Volume‘s Knockout March Team!

1. ‘Tastes Good With The Money’ by FAT WHITE FAMILY (London, UK)
The Family tackles good old Britain with groovy and bloody pop stroke…

2. ‘White Male Carnivore’ by YAK (London, UK)
Blazing London trio with rad ripsnorter from new LP Pursuit Of Momentary Happiness

3. ‘Hazel’ by TANGIENTS (Los Angeles, CA, US)
A massive banging recreation of a 1983 Cocteau Twins track…

4. ‘Demeanour’ by CROWS (London, UK)
Crushing missile from these motherrockers’ stirring debut LP Silver Tongues

5. ‘November Man’ by FILTHY FRIENDS (US)
Glorious fuck you Trump uppercut from this supergroup’s new album Emerald Valley

6. ‘Young Evil’ by YES WE MYSTIC (Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada)
Multi-layered and dazzling pop symphony from upcoming album Ten Seated Figures

7. ‘Woman’ by KAREN O and DANGER MOUSE (US)
Funky cracker from the duo’s first collaborative album Lux Prima

8. ‘Bullets’ by ZINNIA (Toronto, Canada)
A powerful piece of dramatic pop magnificence and spine-tingling splendor…

9. ‘I Quit’ by PORLOLO (Denver, US)
Loud and clear message. Rollin’ and rockin’…

10. ‘Calling Me’ by WILD MERCURY (Montreal, Canada°
Slow moving blues stroke cutting like a Swiss knife…

11. ‘The Queen Who Stole The Sky’ by SARAH MARY CHADWICK  (Melbourne)
An impressive organ and an impressive voice sending shivers down your spine…

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Canadian YES WE MYSTIC Sounds Like A Full Orchestra On New Track ‘YOUNG EVIL’…

Daily fuel to load your sonic batteries…

13 March 2019

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Canadian art pop collective YES WE MYSTIC releases their second full-length TEN SEATED FIGURES on 19th April via DevilDuck Records . Ahead of it the band just shared second single ‘YOUNG EVIL‘. A stunning musical tour de force with a highly dramatic tone, an astonishing drive and a multi-layered orchestration. This is a bedazzling pop symphony
with an overwhelming impact. Catch the euphonious grandeur right here…

YES WE MYSTIC: Facebook – Website