All the Pubs are Closing Down // Queen Beach

Lyrically intense with an awesome driving bassline, guitars that scream Gang Of Four in their simplistic and entirely necessary sparseness. A few years ago there was a band from Stockton-On-Tees called The Chapman Family and they were good but Queen Beach have got their sound nailed. (sorry Chapman Family) Summed up, if you did some... Continue Reading →

Let Her In // Dan Selwood

Lo-Fi tune freshly released by Dan Selwood, discovered completely by accident. Really glad I did though, this track has pangs of Lonely Ghosts and Casiotone for the Painfully Alone. This kind of Casio-Pop has been lost recently and it's great that it still exists. There really is a great strength in Dans vocals that reminds... Continue Reading →

Thermometer // Ezra Furman

Let's just be happy and loud, Ezra Furman is happy and loud. Loud, prickly guitar that would be so fun to play, one of those riffs like 'Take Me Out', 'I Bet You Look Good On The Dancefloor' or 'Back In Black' that are poignant and simplistic but perfect. To be stored away and filed... Continue Reading →

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