Pickles From The Jar - Courtney Barnett (Milk! Records Compilation)

Song of the Day: “Pickles from the jar” Courtney Barnett [Milk! Records]

The song is part of the Milk! REcords Compilation, which has been funded via pozible.com and will be released on the 10th of August.

Available to pre-order here


Cottonmouth - The Finks

Pickles From The Jar - Courtney Barnett

Stone Age Brain - Jen Cloher feat. Tim Rogers

Two Fingers Telling You No - Royston Vasie

Sugarcane Motorcycle - Fraser A. Gorman

"The Death of John MOuse" Album review

John MOuse just released an atomic album.

How do you record an album with an hit followed by another and another? Well, you have to surprise the listener, for example by changing genre each and every time. 

How do you manage to record great tracks in completely different genres, put them all in a one album without generate just confusion and get away with it?

Well, you have to be John MOuse.

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The 20 most blogged artists of 2014

BBC 6 Music revealed the 20 most blogged artists of 2014 so far, using data gathered by the Hype Machine.

Here’s the list!


Little Dragon



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We followed Lapsley closely since she published her first single “Station”, which we fell in love with (how could we not?).

She’s now out with her new video of “Painter (Valentine)”, enjoy.

Twitter: @MusicLapsley 



Independent Label Market photo gallery


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Left Hand Free

Song of the day: ‘Left Hand Free’ by alt-J, first single from their new album “This Is All Yours”, the song is available as a free download when you preorder the album.


Song of the day: ”HeadwindAheadwind” by Nick Nicely.

ORDINARY NOISE - Hungry Tongues

‘These guys are gonna be mega’ was punk poet John Cooper Clarke’s reaction to Ordinary Noise on Jarvis Cocker’s Sunday Service.

No other words should be pronounced, this band is incredible, fact.


Twitter: @Ordinary_Noise 

The Brian Jonestown Massacre @ The Roundhouse


[the tambourine player] 

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Victor and the Rain Dog @ The Islington


A couple of weeks ago a friend told me about a busker he met, he swore the guy was real good and I had to listen to him. He sent me the audio file he recorded that day and invited me to the busker’s upcoming gig, Monday June 30th at The Islington.

This is how we got to discover a truly talented artist: Victor and the Rain Dog.

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When The Modes sent us “WTGD”, we saw a little light shining again on the hard rock music scene.

It’s not an easy genre, and it’s usually not emerging bands’ favourite these days, so when a young  band like The Modes succeeds in pulling off a track like WTGD, it deserves to get attention, so listen and share!

The band is due to release a live EP available from July 12th on their Bandcamp.


The Modes are an alt-rock duo from Brighton, UK. Formed in the summer of 2013. Composed of two friends Daniel Seccombe (Vocals, Guitar and Drums) and Jon Thorley (Drums and synth). Both met at university, studying Music Performance. Heavily influenced by The Black Keys and Wolfmother.



Twitter: @TheModesband




Sharon Van Etten performing “Taking Chances” Live on KCRW


Pure Folk delight by Haunt the Woods, band from the shires of Cornwall and the Rame Peninsula.

If you like the genre you won’t not be taken by the boasting guitar and the velvet singer voice streghten by the 4 part vocal harmonies.

The song “Out there” reveals the rock side of the band, building up the tension with a choral refrain enriched by a female voice and a guitar that starts solo and continues as a riff in the background that sounds just right.

The band is out with “Dust over Summer” a 5 track EP available here.



St Tropez

It’s theatrical, fun, psychedelic and retro dancy, check out “Night Move” from Rollo Jean!

But don’t stop there, “Sci fi Picture Show” (again on their bandcamp) has some nice tunes to be discovered, a rock-operetta all to enjoy.


Twitter: @Rollo_Jean



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