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Frog – ‘Count Bateman’ album review


Wyrd-Americana indie rockers Frog have released their fourth album ‘Count Bateman’. Available via Audio Antihero and Frog founder Danny Bateman’s Tape Wormies imprint (order now), the eclectic album finds the band looking West and musing over sunshine, sweat, sexuality and swaying palm trees. The record opens with the dreamy and acoustic ‘Hartsdale Hotbox’. Wrapped in…

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Bonniesongs – ‘Frank’


Following shows in Australia supporting Joan As Police Woman and ahead of a UK tour with Natalie Evans, Bonniesongs has shared the video for ‘Frank’ – an ode to the creature in Mary Shelley’s classic 1818 novel Frankenstein. The Australia-based Irish art-folkster opens the song with her distinctive vocals talking of lobotomies over eerie and…

Jordan Moser – ‘The Devil’


Jordan Moser’s ‘The Devil’ is a folk- and country-tinged piece of storytelling that will hit you right where it hurts. Opening with acoustic strums over an eerie dream pop aesthetic, Jordan reveals all about his return to a loved one without changing his ways: ‘So you take me back as I am, not as you’d…

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Rachel Sermanni – ‘What Can I Do’


Rachel Sermanni has shared ‘What Can I Do’, the lead single from her third album ‘So It Turns’ (self-released on 23 August). Rachel describes her sound as ‘folk noir’ it’s a fitting description for this new single that combines haunting gothic melodies with P.J. Harvey-style assertiveness before throwing in a touch of Stick in the…

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Spy from Moscow – ‘Priests of London Fields’


Spy From Moscow’s new single ‘Priests of London Fields’ is a poignant and evocative ode to times gone by. Poignant and powerful, it opens with haunting Jeff Buckley-style falsetto as SFM states: ‘We are the priests of London fields, heaven help us all’ and ‘I have been lost and I’ve been found drifting on a…