Monthly Archives: April 2018

Casper Skulls share ‘Colour of the Outside’ video

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It’s been an exciting 6 months for Casper Skulls since the release of their debut LP ‘Mercy Works’. The album, which was released via Buzz Records last November, received praise from places like NPR, Noisey, Billboard, MTV, and FADER, and set the Toronto band on months of touring across North America, sharing stages with the likes of Land of Talk, Weaves,… Read more »

Acid Dad shares ‘Marine’ video

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Acid Dad

NYC’s Acid Dad released its debut S/T LP in March via Greenway Records, to praise from The New York Times, Consequence of Sound, BrooklynVegan & more. A follow-up to 2016’s ‘Let’s Plan A Robbery’ EP, it showcases the band’s diverse yet accessible sound, from the driving, punk-infused opener Die Hard to the jangly guitars and hazy psych-pop melodies of lead single 2Ci…. Read more »

FAN releases video for ‘What A Mistake’

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FAN

In a few weeks, Meric Long of The Dodos will release ‘Barton’s Den,’ his self-produced debut album for his new synth-driven solo project entitled FAN. Long gives another peek at the album with the cinematic new single What A Mistake and its music video. “The song is about communicating with someone after they’re gone, through the imprint they’ve left on some… Read more »

HOO HAs share new single ‘Rantra’

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HOO HAs

Following a UK tour with Mystery Jets and The Big Moon, along with the critically acclaimed success of their 2016 eponymous debut EP, singles from which were played on BBC Radio 1, BBC Radio 6 music, BBC Radio London and Radio X among others. London based indie-rock quartet HOO HAs are now gearing up to release their first piece of… Read more »

The Cavemen share ‘Janey’ video

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The Cavemen

New Zealand punks The Cavemen released their third full-length album, ‘Nuke Earth,’ earlier this month via Slovenly Recordings. Like the band’s past releases, it features a mix of rowdy punk and raw, scuzzy garage rock, made up of frantic vocals, screeching guitars, and infectious riffs. Lead single Janey is one of the record’s catchiest cuts, packing plenty of sing-along melodies into just… Read more »