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SURE release first video for ‘Tasting Revenge’

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Parisian post-punkers SURE have released their first video for the track Tasting Revenge. This is a dark one with a fat pounding kick drum, a bass full of chorus, and a guitar shedding tears of distortion. Watch the video clip via YouTube below. There’s not much out on the net about them other than that they “play dark songs to dance in… Read more »

WHIMM share ‘Second Sound’ video

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Toronto’s WHIMM have shared the video for their track Second Sound. The video includes appearances from members of fellow Toronto bands such as Jimmy Tony from Dilly Dally, Erik Jude and Anna Mayberry from HSY, Patrick Flegel and Scarlett Rose from Cindy Lee, and April Aliermo and Dan Lee from Hooded Fang amidst a barrage of black & white 35mm photos shot by WHIMM in Toronto, Beirut, and Amman. Watch the video… Read more »

La Bête Blooms release panic-stricken new single ‘Saw You on the TV’

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La Bête Blooms

Hull four piece La Bête Blooms’s new single Saw You on the TV is a bold and brash depiction of a world on the brink of disaster. Take a listen to it via Soundcloud below. Lo-fi bass accompanies synth-like guitars as lead singer Daniel Mawer lists the trivialities of modern life, before panic sets in and the band sardonically wonders if… Read more »

NØMADS take on the fear of isolation in new single ‘Autophøbia’

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Autophøbia is NØMADS‘ newest synth-driven ‘Phøbiac’ track for September. Autophobia is the fear or being alone or isolated, and is perhaps the most prevalent and human fear of all clinical phobias in modern psychology. The fear of being alone colors everything from our behavioral patterns to our concept of what constitutes a happy, organized life. Many of us are afraid of being obsolete,… Read more »

FUR releases ‘Cruel Summer’ cover

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As a way of celebrating the end of another Summer, FUR have got back together after a nearly five year hiatus and thought it would be both fun and appropriate to record an end-of-the-Summer cover song. They discovered Bananarama and Cruel Summer from watching Karate Kid; while it is undeniably cheesy, they always loved the subtly gloomy, elegiac undertones of… Read more »