Monthly Archives: February 2017

3.58 – Adventures

Pittsburgh rock here from the fantastic Adventures. I really like this track Heavenly from their 2015 album Supersonic Home which has elements of garage punk and alt rock combine with some wicked vocals from their Delores O’Riordan-esque front lady. Advertisements

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3.57 – Pity Sex

Nice scuzzy new wave stuff from unfortunately-now defunct Michigan rockers Pity Sex. This is Wind Up and it’s like a good version of Snow Patrol mixed with the Foo Fighters. Nice.

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3.56 – Ed Sheeran

Yes, I know what you’re probably thinking. How on earth can one of the most famous singers right now possibly qualify as a “new music” find? Well, it doesn’t really – but I feel compelled to make a defence for … Continue reading

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3.55 – Sundara Karma

A lovely piece of shiny, summery indie rock loveliness from Reading four-piece Sundara Karma. This is She Said, and I fully intend on having this playing on repeat once the spring weather comes round.

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3.54 – Maty Noyes

A brief excursion into chart pop. Here’s London by Mississippi teenager Maty Noyes. Not my usual genre of choice, I’ll admit, but this is an excellent tune.

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3.53 – Hidden Charms

I Just Wanna Be Left Alone by London indie/prog/heavy rockers Hidden Charms.

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3.52 – James Gillespie

Sultry blues-inspired indie soul/rock from new James Blake-esque UK singer James Gillespie. This is his debut single What You Do and it’s tremendous.

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