Season 2 Episode 6 of an experimental session that we couldn't ignore. Filmed at Hermitage Works Studios by John Clay AKA Clark Kent's Rock n Roll Revue.
Our good man Height Keech is releasing a group album with his pals. They go by Shark Tank, and we've got the chill af video for 'Dans House (Shouts To Hell Rell)'.
Here's the simple part - Horsey are Jerkcurb, Theo McCabe, Jack Marshall (King Krule's brother) and George Bass (King Krule's drummer).
The soothing seventies melodies and beautifully sequinned shirts of Tennis’ ‘In The Morning I’ll Be Better’ video reminds us that everything, actually, will be alright.
Robbing Millions are a jazz improv psych band from Belgium. Their self-titled debut album is out now on [PIAS].
After a small hiatus from frantically making music, Fat White Family are back. This time with shaved heads, hypnotic vocals, and camouflage for days.
‘The Noisy Days Are Over’ is the warming, infectious new single from Sunderland’s indie-rockers,
Flourishing from three separate parts of America; Shannon and the Clams come together to create a treat for the eyes and ears with new single ‘It’s Too Late’.
Sheffield garage pop quartet Best Friends are superbly exciting in their first release from their new label FatCat Records, 'Shred Til You’re Dead'.
Brighton-based Early Ghost are a welcome addition to the very much alive current neo-psych scene. The six-piece provide us with succinct, memorable riffs and kaleidoscopic guitars.
Grumbling Fur's new single, 'Lightinsisters' (featuring Tim Burgess) will be out 17.11.14 on The Quietus Phonographic Corporation.
Very similar to, and completely unlike, anything you've ever heard before.
This band really are something beautiful.