California psychs Allah-Las have released the video for their cover of The Frantics creepy sounding 1960 track No Werewolf. The song is set to appear as a bonus track on their forthcoming album Worship the Sun, which is out 15 September.
Neneh Cherry’s daughter Tyson McVey has hooked up with London based producer Shaun Savage to form PANES. Together they sound like AlunaGeorge on a much darker and sultry trip, taking in the best elements of R&B, UK Bass and Trip Hop. Listen to their debut track ‘Choice Errors’ below:
Over three days six iconic Zombie films will be shown in Camden Lock Indoor Market, and cinema goers must fight their way through the zombie infested courtyard to get into the cinema screening room.
With its jazz influences, Rainy Milo’s sultry new track sounds like it was born in Brooklyn and not South East London
Jesca Hoop is to release a new album that will be funded through Pledge music.
Active Child’s first release since his debut LP You’re All I See has been a long time in the making, but finally it’s here. The new six-track EP entitled Rapor is out next Monday via Third Rock Recordings, and is a ‘culmination of Grossi’s heartfelt journey around the world in support of You Are All [...]
Jungle’s ‘Lucky I Got What I Want’ is the second half of their new double A-side single.
Indie stalwarts Los Campesinos! have released a new track from their forthcoming album No Blues. You can listen to ‘Avocado, Baby’ below and their new album is released November 4.
We have no idea how long it will be up, so listen while you have the chance: