New Releases 09/02/2018


#21

Double Double Whammy are smashing it atm


#22

The drum intro to Modern Mind is a blatant rip off of FNM Real Thing… but what a beat to nick, love it! Yeah this is GREAT so far, cheers for posting it


#23

This is really good


#24

I wasn’t sure about Paper Dollhouse at first but the second half of the record has won me over.


#25

Anyone else been listening to the new Palm? Very much enjoying it, there’s a line in the Tiny Mix Tapes review about it “radicalizing normality” which sums it up really nicely I reckon with all its wide-eyed weirdness and abstraction.


#26

Saw Ezra Furman do the new album in full last night at Rough Trade East. Great show.


#27

The Franz Ferdinand album is worth a couple spins by the way. It’s not amazing and definitely dips in the middle but there’s some decent stuff on there


#28

Oohh you were at the Chemtrails show where we played with them at PDV weren’t you?? Good Band, that.


#29

Stoked that people are in to it! Great bunch of lads.


#30

im 3 tracks in and its terrible

if it dips in the middle then…joy


#31

It’s pretty good. Their album from 2015 is well worth your time if you’ve not heard it


#32

Yeah. I was there. Great line up that night. Great bands. When/where are you guys playing next?


#33

lol, alright then


#34

The opening song on the Ezra Furman album sounds so much like Badlands to me I just can’t take him seriously, I had the same issue with My Zero and Chicago


#35

New Efrin Menuck today too


#36

They’re a new name to me, will give it a listen shortly. Cheers!


#37

Nice. Hoping to catch him on this tour, such a great live act.


#38

Go Go Penguin
Ezra Furman
Joan The Police Women
Alela Diane
and the Black Panther soundtrack

for me lads.


#39

Thanks for the heads up. Guessing this is just digital only for now?

Will give it a listen after I’m done with the new Fu Manchu album, which is obviously More Of The Same but still sounds like an absolute shitkicker on first listen.


#40

Tried and quickly aborted Franz and MGMT