• ♫ Listen: Hanz - “The Fly”
    by C Monster on October 21, 2019 at 4:27 pm

    Back with more broken beats and aura-esque atmospheric trance sounds, “The Fly” by Hanz is a thousand visions in one collective flight. Like ASMR club so that beats are confused with patterns almost collaged into a masterpiece of alien mythological proportions. Straight from the tap, as if delirium were poured directly into a soufflette of flanged memories, “The Fly” by […]

  • Akasha System readies new full-length, Echo Earth, out in December via 100% Silk; shares new track “Sunbreather”
    by JasonC on October 21, 2019 at 3:16 pm

    The moss-covered techno of Cascadia hardware adventurer Akasha System is primed for a new wax installation. Echo Earth is the latest from Hunter P. Thompson’s drizzly Pacific Northwest project, “a suite of remote outpost rhythms and old-growth electronics variously inspired by ‘days and nights spent in the forests,’ ‘long stretches of back road trails,’ […]

  • Graham Lambkin, Joe McPhee, Charlie McPhee, & Oliver Lambkin announce party retrospective on Black Truffle
    by Mike Reid on October 21, 2019 at 3:12 pm

    Drunken behavior is frequently the precursor to sober embarrassment, so why not plan a night in where you can remotely witness a party with all of your faculties in tact? That actually sounds awful, now that I think about it, but maybe the dynamic between Joe McPhee, Charlie McPhee, Graham Lambkin, and Oliver Lambkin inspires something different than a Joker-esque feeling of social exclusion. The […]

  • Music Review: galen tipton - fake meat
    by Baldr Eldursson on October 21, 2019 at 4:07 am

    galen tipton fake meat [Orange Milk; 2019] Rating: 4/5 fake. n., v., adj. derived terms — fake it; fake out; genuine fake. synonyms — a trickery: flattery or cunning? idioms (i) — fake it ‘til you make it. semantics (i) — contrary to original as contrary to imitation or falsehood, or both. (if the former is the sincerest form […]

  • mewithoutYou Will Quit Being An “Active Band” Next Year
    by Alex Gallagher on October 21, 2019 at 2:51 am

    After 20 years, the post-hardcore act are wrapping up. The post mewithoutYou Will Quit Being An “Active Band” Next Year appeared first on Music Feeds.

  • Here’s Shakira’s Karaoke Cover Of The Green Day Classic ‘Basket Case’
    by Alex Gallagher on October 21, 2019 at 2:10 am

    Confirmed: Shakira loves pop-punk. The post Here’s Shakira’s Karaoke Cover Of The Green Day Classic ‘Basket Case’ appeared first on Music Feeds.

  • The Vanns Share Video For Latest Single ‘Deranged’, Announce National Tour Supports
    by Alex Gallagher on October 21, 2019 at 1:42 am

    The Wollongong rockers' debut album comes out this Friday. The post The Vanns Share Video For Latest Single ‘Deranged’, Announce National Tour Supports appeared first on Music Feeds.

  • Cold Chisel Have Announced A New Album, And The First Single Is Coming Next Week
    by Alex Gallagher on October 21, 2019 at 12:52 am

    Barnesy and co. have well and truly gotten the band back together. The post Cold Chisel Have Announced A New Album, And The First Single Is Coming Next Week appeared first on Music Feeds.

  • Stoner Rock Doom Lords Uncle Acid And The Deadbeats Have Announced An Australian Tour
    by Alex Gallagher on October 21, 2019 at 12:15 am

    Uncle Acid are coming back. The post Stoner Rock Doom Lords Uncle Acid And The Deadbeats Have Announced An Australian Tour appeared first on Music Feeds.

  • Maggie Rogers Calls Out Sexual Harassment After Man Yells “Take Your Top Off” During Her Show
    by Alex Gallagher on October 20, 2019 at 11:48 pm

    "I want to use this moment to be very very clear. There is no space for harassment or disrespect or degradation of any kind at my show." The post Maggie Rogers Calls Out Sexual Harassment After Man Yells “Take Your Top Off” During Her Show appeared first on Music Feeds.

  • An Actual Aussie Highway Will Close For Huge AC/DC Tribute Concert ‘Highway to Hell’ In 2020
    by Alex Gallagher on October 20, 2019 at 11:31 pm

    'Highway to Hell' come to life. The post An Actual Aussie Highway Will Close For Huge AC/DC Tribute Concert ‘Highway to Hell’ In 2020 appeared first on Music Feeds.

  • Sydney Will Host The International Pride Event WorldPride In 2023
    by Alex Gallagher on October 20, 2019 at 10:44 pm

    The event will coincide with the 45th anniversary of Mardi Gras. The post Sydney Will Host The International Pride Event WorldPride In 2023 appeared first on Music Feeds.

  • Dave Matthews Band Announce 2020 Australian Tour
    by Jackson Langford on October 20, 2019 at 8:00 pm

    HUGE!!! The post Dave Matthews Band Announce 2020 Australian Tour appeared first on Music Feeds.

  • Submit to Indie Music Blogs and music review sites and promote your music for free
    by Roel Wensink on October 20, 2019 at 9:12 am

    By Roel Wensink If you have an upcoming release or have just released new music, you want to make the most out of it. Making music is like showing your most precious possession to the world. It’s really about expressing yourself. Submit your music to indie music blogs and use the following tips and list of music review The post Submit to Indie Music Blogs and music review sites and promote […]

  • Azealia Banks Has Been Banned From Twitter…Again
    by Jackson Langford on October 20, 2019 at 4:30 am

    This comes after condemned the anti-HIV medication, PrEP, and those who use it. The post Azealia Banks Has Been Banned From Twitter…Again appeared first on Music Feeds.

  • ♫ Listen: Dasychira - “Swirl (ft. Malibu)”
    by Will Neibergall on October 19, 2019 at 5:13 pm

    When I was a teenager, my life was a delicate balance of ecstasy and terror. I felt that I was capable of everything and nothing. “Swirl” is kind of like that. Elegant strings compete with, or reply to, sibilant chirps of noise. Proud, contemplative languor, punctuated by moments of fury and doubt. Dasychira’s new album, xDream, due Halloween via Blueberry Records and […]

  • Premiere: Danny Sky – “Ever Wanted” (ft. Mat Randol)
    by Mike Mineo on October 19, 2019 at 12:08 am

    Released today, “Ever Wanted” is the latest from Danny Sky, featured earlier this year with the track “Lotta Love.” Joined here by Mat Randol, “Ever Wanted” navigates through initial guitar-based serenity, complemented by punchy “this is what you want now,” lyrics. This hook is revisited frequently, dazzling especially during 01:30, when the vocals […]

  • Beck announces 14th full-length album, Hyperspace, shares several new songs
    by Jeremy Klein on October 18, 2019 at 7:02 pm

    Beck Hansen! You may remember him from such SMASH HIT long players as: Dude, Guero’s My Guitar? and Modern Guilt: Yep, Another OJ Simpson Story. Now, here comes Hyperspace, the next album from the musical, cultural, and for all we know literal chameleon. It’s due out November 22 via Capitol Records. This release marks album number 14 for the seven-time Grammy award winning […]

  • The Flaming Lips reveal their first-ever live album, The Soft Bulletin Recorded Live at Red Rocks with the Colorado Symphony Orchestra
    by Colin Fitzgerald on October 18, 2019 at 6:44 pm

    Despite the fact that exactly half of all record stores are permanently leased out by The Flaming Lips’ prodigious discography, the band has never released an official live album. That reportedly changes next month, as the band is set to release The Soft Bulletin Recorded Live at Red Rocks with the Colorado Symphony Orchestra, a live version of their iconic 1999 record The Soft […]

  • pantology – “Descent” (feat. Sergej Avanesov)
    by Mike Mineo on October 17, 2019 at 7:42 pm

    The fantastic “Descent” is an atmospheric new track from pantology, touting free-flowing electronic/jazz vibes reminiscent of Flying Lotus and Kamasi Washington. The Brooklyn-based artist first impressed with debut single “Never Enough,” and continues to hone an engrossing sound that makes almost no use of samples (a nod to influences like FlyLo, Bill Evans, and J The […]

  • Husbands – “3AM”
    by Mike Mineo on October 17, 2019 at 7:41 pm

    The delightfully jangly “3AM” is an infectious success from Husbands, the second single off the duo’s second LP, After the Gold Rush Party, releasing in January 2020. The project is comprised of Seattle-based Danny and OKC-based Will. Shimmering guitar jangles and slight synth backing complement a serene vocal presence to start, exuding a summery and The post Husbands – […]

  • Taipei – “The Birds”
    by Mike Mineo on October 17, 2019 at 7:40 pm

    Growing from quaint electro-acoustic sentiments to whirring exhilaration, “The Birds” is a consuming track from Taipei. The Finnish artist shows a mastery of engaging build-ups, teasing with various moments. 00:43 sees an expansion of crisper, soaring vocals, with spacey elegance building to a moving, anthemic vocal push at 01:24. A fluid synth lead and lively The post Taipei – […]

  • Assassin of Youth – “House Spiders”
    by Mike Mineo on October 17, 2019 at 7:39 pm

    “House Spiders” is an epic exhibit of gripping, developing songwriting. The seven-minute track grows from a quaint, folk-forward feel — with meek vocals and lush guitar shimmers — into a rocker brimming with expanding rhythms, enveloping guitars, and string-laden flourishes. Shoegaze-like textures and post-rock hypnotics are abound here. The ensuing conclusion is […]

  • Premiere: nutrients – “hide & seek”
    by Mike Mineo on October 17, 2019 at 7:38 pm

    “hide & seek” is a melodic slice of jangle-pop from Toronto-based act nutrients, who describe the track as “all about recreating the excitement of your first taste adolescent independence.” Accompanied by a music video touting mellow purples and blues, “hide & seek” works off a hypnotic guitar jangle lead to start. 01:19 sees a twist The post Premiere: […]

  • Kaleurs – “Beach Freaks”
    by Mike Mineo on October 17, 2019 at 7:38 pm

    Kaleurs’ songwriter/vocalist/guitarist Nik Birkemeyer wrote the band’s new EP, Gently into the Night, with introspection in mind. Specifically, the band’s aesthetic successfully aims to bring “a notion of relief to the table representing a type of escape of said introspection.” As such, the “get away from it all,” repetition in the bridge of “Beach […]

  • Split Screens – “From the Start”
    by Mike Mineo on October 17, 2019 at 7:37 pm

    Following the impressive “Back Again” last month, Split Screens released an EP last week containing that track and other gems. The six tracks on Everyday Static emphasize the gripping songwriting of the San Francisco-based artist. “From the Start” shows Jesse Cafiero’s knack for invigorating builds-up, recalling Timber Timbre tonally. The heaviest track on the EP, […]

  • Dimitri von Büren – “Shining Bright”
    by Mike Mineo on October 17, 2019 at 7:36 pm

    Inspired by “warm summer nights and chilling indie pop vibes,” Dimitri von Büren’s third single “Shining Bright is a delight. The Paris-based artist, who impressed earlier this year with the single “Days of Dream,” again shows a suavely successful aesthetic here — toyching on aspects of pop and spacey classic-rock. The vocal presence exudes a The […]

  • Shyclops – “Runaway”
    by Mike Mineo on October 17, 2019 at 7:35 pm

    Emitting a yearning, nostalgic ’80s synth-pop tone, “Runaway” is a pleasantly melodic track from Shyclops, their debut single. The Indonesian act craft a warming pop feel with a constant synth arp, fluttering vocals, and playful percussion. The track’s repetitive structure lends well to its hypnotic aesthetic, valuing a consistently enchanting feel as opposed to melodic […]

  • Traxman announces new trax via Moveltraxx, shares new track featuring DJ Deeon
    by Jude Noel on October 17, 2019 at 5:54 pm

    Mmmmmm. Hankering for some trax? Just hold on — you’re about a week away from eating good. Veteran footwork producer Traxman and London imprint Moveltraxx have three trax in the chamber, slated for release on October 25. The Keep Dancing EP follows the Teklife affiliate’s Tekvision Vol. 2 bundle, which revisited Traxman’s roots in the ghetto house scene of the early […]

  • The Beatles’ singles to be reissued in massive vinyl box set
    by JasonC on October 17, 2019 at 4:32 pm

    In the Tiny Mix Tapes offices, Mr P is always teasing me about dropping massive chunks of change on Beatles vinyl reissues. “J-man, why are you throwing down mad coin on something you can stream for free,” P asks. My reply typically goes something like, “Well, Mr P — if that is your real name — remasters enhance the audio quality from the shoddy analog and early […]

  • Deerhoof celebrate 25 years, announce first ever vinyl reissues of their first three albums
    by Mike Reid on October 17, 2019 at 3:07 pm

    Lost but not forgotten; even Deerhoof reportedly acknowledge and accept 2002’s Reveille as a de facto(ish) beginning of the band, since that release was their “big break” in terms of hype propagated by record store clerks, radio stations, and early stage bloggers navigating their first GeoCities web page. But certainly, if we’re going to be technical about it, Deerhoof […]

  • Interview: Mike Dignam
    by Annie Rew Shaw on October 16, 2019 at 11:35 am

    Soulful and resonant, Mike Dignam’s new single Under The Influence marks a confident return to the music scene for the Manchester-based artist. Moving into a new role as producer, Dignam’s husky vocals glide effortlessly above punchy bass lines, moody piano chords and oscillating percussion. I had a chat to Mike to find out more about …

  • Interview: Michael Baker
    by Annie Rew Shaw on October 15, 2019 at 9:09 am

    Rich and poignant, Michael Baker’s new single Baby Books explores themes of mental health and friendship. Bittersweet guitar riffs and soaring vocal melodies hover above a bed of wistful atmospherics and driving percussion. There’s a gentle balance between fragility and a compelling forward motion that simultaneously soothes and motivates. I had a chat to Michael …

  • Interview: Alessandro Ciminata
    by Luke Pettican on October 14, 2019 at 1:20 pm

    London-based singer-songwriter Alessandro Ciminata returns with his brand new single ‘Signs’, his second release of the year. Earlier this year, Ciminata unleashed his awe-inspiriringly affecting track ‘Kings’, which saw him pair enthralling production with his absoring vocal performance. ‘Signs’ sees him sonically shift slightly towards a darker sound, but his […]

  • Best Sites For Your Music Submissions
    by Guest Writer on October 8, 2019 at 3:04 pm

    By Guest Writer The music industry is a vast place for aspiring new artists and musicians. The hardest part is trying to get music moguls to take the time to listen and critique your craft. Make things easier by finding the popular websites that allow music submissions, and be one step closer to your dreams. 1. Indie Shuffle The post Best Sites For Your Music Submissions appeared first on […]

  • Five top tips for your cover band
    by Jon Fellowes (guest writer) on October 8, 2019 at 2:25 pm

    By Jon Fellowes (guest writer) Being in a covers band isn’t easy. With so many bands competing for the same lucrative work, it is often hard to stand out in the crowd. As such, we’ve put together a handy guide, comprising of some top tips for your cover band. Whether you’re a battle-hardened road warrior, or just stepping out on The post Five top tips for your cover band […]

  • Munky – Megaton | a dark, sleazy disco track that is unnerving, yet oddly irresistible
    by Amy Heather on October 7, 2019 at 2:02 pm

    By Amy Heather The latest single from alternative rock band Munky is a dark, sleazy disco track that is unnerving, yet oddly irresistible. Produced by Dan Doherty, the broodingly funky ‘Megaton’ swells from within, led by a grooving bassline that is both parts danceable and disorientating. Listen to Megaton via YouTube below, or Spotify Munky’s rhythm section is The post Munky […]

  • Interview with Meiko – State of Independence
    by Christopher Adams on October 4, 2019 at 8:15 am

    By Christopher Adams Should I even attempt to define Meiko’s sound? That’s who this feature is about by the way. I considered for a time how I was going to describe her music. Came up empty though. Previous artists were more easily defined; you know, power pop, Americana chased with rock… So all I can tell you is The post Interview with Meiko – State of Independence […]

  • From ska-punk bassist to raising money for the homeless to crazy cycle rides to promote mental health charities – meet Andy Baker
    by Iain Wheeler on October 2, 2019 at 6:48 pm

    By Iain Wheeler Andy Baker (Upbeat Allstars, New Riot, Fandangle, Mr Zippy) is a difficult man to pin down. When he’s not producing new albums and EPs, he’s training for long cycle rides to raise awareness of mental health and setting up charities. Fortunately, we managed to track him down for long enough to enable him to answer The post From ska-punk bassist to raising money for the […]

  • Interview: Idolising Nova
    by Luke Pettican on October 2, 2019 at 5:10 pm

    Our friends over at Indie Central Music premiered the Peterborough trio’s brand-new track ‘Party Through The Night’ last Thursday, and we couldn’t miss the opportunity to catch up with Idolising Nova to learn more about their latest single & more! ‘Party Through the Night’ sees the band continue their upward trajectory, following the release of …

  • NEW MUSIC: ‘Vari’ by The Lutras
    by mollymaetaylor on October 2, 2019 at 12:56 pm

    Hailing from Dumfries, Scotland, modern Indie Rock band The Lutras have today released their anticipated second single Vari, plus a B-side in the form of Times We Had,  a raw and stripped back piano demo.

  • Silent Feature – On Your Hands | Chugging guitar, filthy vocals and industrial percussion combine to create a punchy, progressive track
    by Amy Heather on October 1, 2019 at 6:13 pm

    By Amy Heather Some songs are just too perfect for a movie soundtrack and that’s certainly the case for Silent Feature’s ‘On Your Hands’. Due to appear on their upcoming EP ‘Be It All You Got’, this Australian ensemble have composed something that’s just begging for dramatic visuals. Chugging guitar, filthy vocals and industrial percussion combine to […]

  • Madame Psychosis have “raised the stakes” with the release of their new album Survivor
    by Guest Writer on October 1, 2019 at 5:33 pm

    By Guest Writer “The band sounds better than ever, with memorable hooks that reward repeat listens, and an elevated chemistry fans will appreciate” – RX Music Toronto – September 20th, 2019 – Toronto-based alt-pop band Madame Psychosis is ready to give fans a new dose of infectious melodies, sing-along lyrics and strong vocal hooks with the release of The post […]

  • Give Me Everything You’ve Got – New Release Single by Eleanor Stewart Out Now!
    by Guest Writer on October 1, 2019 at 11:47 am

    By Guest Writer Out everywhere now! – Give Me Everything You’ve Got – the new sparkly pop single by Australian Melbourne born singer, Eleanor Stewart. With her super high beautiful voice, drawing from old rock and roll such as The Rolling Stones and 2000s bubblegum pop anthems, Give Me Everything You’ve Got is ‘pink pop princess stuff’ – The post Give Me […]

  • The Kanz release latest single “Life Streaming Past” on 27th September 2019
    by Julie Bianchi (guest writer) on September 30, 2019 at 9:14 pm

    By Julie Bianchi (guest writer) After a summer break with sporadic live music events and a rock/metal festival in Northamptonshire, The Kanz has finally come back on all music platforms with the release of their latest single “Life Streaming Past” on 27th September. The band has already gained attention and praise with their first two singles “Relativism” and “Just […]

  • NEW MUSIC: ‘Feel Better’ by SAHARAS
    by Dan Sheed on September 29, 2019 at 6:00 pm

    Windsor-based indie quartet SAHARAS have been hidden away writing new music and their first release of 2019 is an instantly likeable one in ‘Feel Better’. The anthemic single takes creatively unpredictable twists and turns, keeping the listener hooked and intrigued to hear more. They’ve crafted a real piece of art, and you need to turn …

  • Friday’s Finest – Featuring Dutchkid, James White & Andy Clark
    by Dan Sheed on September 20, 2019 at 1:33 pm

    Friday’s Finest is a weekly collaborative post between us at Turtle Tempo, It’s All Indie & Nexus Music Blog. As each week we pick a track that we have been loving for the past 7 days with the post going up on one our respected blogs. Dan from Turtle Tempo’s pick – Dutchkid – Flight …

  • Interview: Limpet Space Race
    by Annie Rew Shaw on September 19, 2019 at 10:37 am

    Oxford-based experimental pop duo Limpet Space Race unveil their hypnotic debut single Cartograffiti.  Constructed of masterfully-layered rhythms, vocal swells and innovative electronica, the track explores themes of immigration, separation and being defined by invisible lines seen only on a map.  Keen to find out more about LSR’s various projects – including sound […]

  • NEW MUSIC: ‘going thru changes’ by Joey Maxwell
    by Dan Sheed on September 17, 2019 at 9:58 am

    Joey Maxwell has just dropped his debut single ‘going thru changes’ and it is probably best described as absolutely pure bliss. Joey leads us on a path of believing this is a minimalistic production, then a saxophone comes out of nowhere and it’s an alt-pop bop which boasts infectious, uplifting synths that wouldn’t sound too …

  • VIDEO PREMIERE: Close by EVER
    by mollymaetaylor on September 4, 2019 at 10:02 am

    Alternative Pop singer songwriter Ever is today premiering the visually stunning video for her recent single Close which was released on the 23rd August via Yada Yada Records.  The single itself is intoxicating with its dreamy soundscape and honest and raw lyricism which is in itself still ethereal and enchanting. The video is no different. Set in …

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