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Five-piece multi-instrumental band Flamingods recently released their brand new album Majesty.  Amongst its many gems, one of the standout tracks was ‘Taboo Groves.’  Now, the psychedelic pop song has been given a spiritual video, courtesy of directors Elliott Arndt and Laura Little.  Filmed on the south coast, the video is inspired by an old building […]

The Van T’s Words: Georgia-Mae Blackman   With the gritty and booming guitar solo right the very beginning of the track, The Van T’s immediately introduce us their loudness as they present their latest track Blood Orange. These four girls are quite the group and hit hard with strong vocals. The contrast between the grungy … […]

Just over a year since his acclaimed album Perpetual Motion People hit the shelves, singer-songwriter Ezra Furman has announced he’ll be releasing a new six-track EP this summer.  Entitled Big Fugitive Life, the collection is due out on 19th August via Bella Union and he’s shared the opening track ‘Teddy I’m Ready’ to celebrate.  A […]

A rare pair of Japanese boogie gems from 1980, reissued by Rush Hour. Source: Twisted Soul Boy Reissue: Minako Yoshida – Midnight Driver / Town

Straight-up, we knew nothing (Jon Snow – soz, reflex) about Gainesville / Atlanta duo Bells and Robes. Of course the first question we have is who plays Bells and and who plays Robes and whether this is some sort of elaborate euphemism. But then that’s forgotten when we hear Dreamin‘, which employs the dulcet and […]

First official release of this contemporary Saharan masterpiece! Afous d’Afous – Tarhanine Tegla by Afous D’Afous Source: Twisted Soul Boy Afous d’Afous – Tarhanine Tegla

Vancouver’s Hot Hot Heat know a little more than most about the fickle nature of the ‘indie / alternative’ scene. Since bursting into view with the irresistible ‘Bandages’ single and accompanying album Make Up The Breakdown way back in the early part of this century, they have made some excellent records that have certainly not always been met with the […]

‘Life’s a beach’. Source: Twisted Soul Boy Video: Family Atlantica – Cacao

There was no way a new album from Dev Hynes wasn’t going to be political. On Freetown Sound, the man going by the moniker Blood Orange says: “My album is for everyone told they’re not black enough, too black, too queer, not queer the right way, the underappreciated. It’s a clap back.” There’s no doubting […]

Nimmo Words: Daryl Wafer Emerging electronic-pop  piece Nimmo burst onto the scene with their first single Dilute This which was a perfect ‘chicken necker’. Now they return with their brand new single My Only Friend. Ever as catchy and charismatic, pouring their heart, soul and vocals into a track about loss of a friendship. Their … […]


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