Categories
Uncategorized

Pave The Jungle: “Oddball”

May be an image of 2 people and people standing
Photo by Lewis Palmer

A sublime sonic scrawl, “Oddball” hammers and howls with purpose, and it’s the massive, molten brand-new single from Newcastle, England’s Pave The Jungle. You can find streaming and download links for this right here, and the Waiting For Nothing EP from which it’s taken is released on November 26th. You can find last year’s The Hissing EP on Bandcamp right now, though.

Categories
Uncategorized

Habibi: “Nice”

May be an image of 4 people, people standing and indoor

Farsi was the native language of Habibi lead singer Rahill Jamalifard’s mother, and with it the band have re-imagined with a confident cool “Nice”, a spiky 1978 single from Swiss Punk band Kleenex/LiLiPUT. You can find streaming and download links for this here, while the Stars Rock Kill (Rock Stars) covers album from which it’s taken can be purchased from the KRS webstore. Finally you can learn more about the band by following this link.

Categories
Uncategorized

Little Hag: “Piss”

May be an image of 1 person
Photo by Okie Dokie Studio

Its truths put bluntly, its production lavish in a glorious chaos and its intelligence sly and spiky, “Piss” is a dream. It’s the huge latest single from Asbury Park, New Jersey’s Avery Mandeville, a.k.a. Little Hag, and it’s taken from her forthcoming Leash LP. Out from September 24th courtesy of legends Bar/None Records, you can order vinyl and digital editions of it from Bandcamp today.

Categories
Uncategorized

Evan Greer: “The Tyranny of Either/Or”

Photo by Kayana Szymczak

Crunching with classic post-punk melodies and beaming a kind humanity, “The Tyranny of Either/Or” is the sizzling brand-new single from Boston’s Evan Greer. Released for International Transgender Day of Visibility by Queer- and Trans-owned Get Better Records and Don Giovanni, it’s taken from the forthcoming Spotify Is Surveillance LP. Out from April 9th, you can order cassette and digital editions both from the label webstore and from Bandcamp now.

Categories
Uncategorized

Francis of Delirium: “Let It All Go”

Photo by Lynn Thiesen

Wading is the title of the forthcoming, four-track EP from Luxembourg’s Jana Bahrich and her band Francis of Delirium, and its just-unleashed “Let It All Go” is a thumping, serrated and supercharged slab of creative intent. Out through the courtesy of Dalliance Recordings, you can download this track and pre-order the whole EP from Bandcamp now.