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Half Waif – ‘Swimmer’


Half Waif, the project of Nandi Rose, has shared the video for new single ‘Swimmer’ ahead of the release of new album ‘Mythopoetics’ via ANTI-Records on 9 July. Directed by Kena Hynes, the video rounds off the story told in all previous releases from this album cycle, while the song itself delves into something incredibly…

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Ducks Ltd. – ‘As Big as All Outside’


Ducks Ltd. (formerly Ducks Unlimited) have announced they’ve signed to Carpark Records and shared news of a re-release of last year’s debut EP ‘Get Bleak’ – now featuring three new songs. They’ve also shared the video for one of these new songs – ‘As Big as All Outside’ – and its one that finds the…

Spectral Nights March 2021 Playlist


We’re getting there, aren’t we? Not long now until we can see friends and family outside and then there will soon be the chance to actually see people under roofs. Anyhow, March 2021 has been another solid month for new music and here’s a Spotify playlist with a song from every act we’ve covered over…

Juliet Quick – ‘Glass Years’ EP review


Brooklyn-via Hudson Valley singer songwriter Juliet Quick releases her new ‘Glass Years’ EP – five songs full of poignant storytelling, spare acoustics, playful synths, stirring strings and lap steel. The EP opens with recent single ‘Circles’ and Juliet delivering the lines ‘Don’t know what to do with myself lately, I’m not that driven. Funny how…

Night Flight – ‘Dreaming’


Night Flight have shared the video for new single ‘Dreaming’ – a fittingly soaring slice of jangle pop with dreamy melodies and words about the beauty of England’s capital city. Sam Holmes says: ‘People tend to put London down as expensive and unfriendly. But there is something magical about falling in love in a city.…

Lande Hekt Going to Hell album review

Lande Hekt – ‘Going to Hell’ album review


Released via Get Better Records, Lande Hekt’s (Muncie Girls) debut solo album is a personal piece that not only chronicles her experiences coming out but also at the wider world, the climate crisis and the actions of both society and politicians. Acoustic strums signal the start of album opener – and recent single – ‘Whiskey’,…

The Dirty Nil – ‘Fuck Art’ album review


Hamilton punks The Dirty Nil will dust the cobwebs off your New Year’s Day hangover with the release of ferocious new record, ‘Fuck Art’. The record kicks off with the crunching riffs of ‘Doom Bay’ before moving into something more alternative rock anthem sounding on ‘Blunt Force Confusion’ – a track that features impassioned vocals…

Jenny Moore’s Mystic Business – ‘I Am Afraid’


New Lost Map signings Jenny Moore’s Mystic Business have shared the powerful and political punk-meets-souful R&B of new single ‘I Am Afraid’. Recorded with Toby Burroughs of Pozi, the single has already won acclaim from Get In Her Ears and Steve Lamacq. Jenny says the song – which has elements of Hot Chip and Talking…

crush – ‘Don’t You (Forget About Me)’


Manchester four-piece crush have shared their take on Simple Minds’ classic ‘Don’t You (Forget About Me)’. Obviously you’ll know the song as the triumphant coming-of-age anthem featured at the end of The Breakfast Club but here it’s been given a Jesus and Mary Chain-esque makeover with plenty of shoegazey reverb and lo-fi drums. The band…

EX OH – ‘EX OH’ album review


EX OH is the moniker of The Blam’s Jerry Adler – a songwriter who came out of the same NYC scene of the early 200s that spawned The Stokes, Yeah Yeah Yeahs and Interpol. He’s now released the self-titled debut album of this project via Team Love Records. The record opens with ‘Love and War’,…