Seven rousing tracks from brand new albums
that will turn up the volume of your mood
every day of your week – play them loud!…
1/ ‘Music Takes Me’ by SCHOOL OF SEVEN BELLS
Following the tragic death of founding member Benjamin Curtis
in 2013 this will be the electro band’s final album including
Curtis‘ last work – impressive farewell pop opus…
Album: SVIIB – on iTunes
SCHOOL OF SEVEN BELLS: Facebook
2/ ‘Million Eyes’ by THE CORAL
The Wirral (UK) psych pop maestro’s are back after five years.
A spectacular return it is. Million Eyes is only one of the many
magical highlights on their eight album. Hallelujah!
Album: DISTANCE INBETWEEN – on iTunes
THE CORAL: Facebook
3/ ‘Posture’ by BIG UPS
This smashing quite.loud sledgehammer is the trigger that will
motivate you to scream out loud to get rid of your frustrations.
Second, excellent, album from the New York nerdcore punks.
Album: BEFORE A MILLION UNIVERSES – on iTunes
BIG UPS: Bandcamp – Facebook
4/ ‘Nicotine Girl’ by DOUBLE VETERANS
Actually young Belgian garage noisemakers with their 2nd,
adrenalin injected, album. Mad frontman Lee Swinnen will
wake up your neighbours with a nasty grin on his face.
Album: SPACE AGE VOYEURISM – Noisesome Recordings
DOUBLE VETERANS: Bandcamp – Facebook
5/ ‘Cannonball’ by YUCK
Third album by the London ramshackle rockers. Their powered
slacker assaults will make heads move up and down fiercely
especially with this swirling Cannonball.
Album: STRANGER THINGS – on Bandcamp
6/ ‘I Could Be Anything’ by VIOLENT FEMMES
First album in 16 years from the screaming Milwaukee folk punks,
first formed in 1980. The blustery ladies still produce stomping
anthems, like this crazy polka, to start parties.
Album: WE CAN DO ANYTHING – on iTunes
VIOLENT FEMMES: Facebook
7/ ‘You Know Who You Are’ by NADA SURF
Another imperishable power pop band from the nineties.
The New Yorkers still know the electrifying, sonic tricks
to invigorate catchy, nostalgic melodies. Turn it up, folks!
Album: YOU KNOW WHO YOU ARE – on iTunes
NADA SURF: Facebook