The Canadian indie-rock quartet The Look Back Now released the EP DWEEB on the 16th.
The Look Back Now – photo credit @alxzndr
A four track release (available on bandcamp) DWEEB is an EP that showcases the The Look Back Now propensity to reign back the pace of their material, which allows them to explore in greater depth the contexts of the songs, particularly through the combinations of the lead and rhythm guitars and therefore gives the music a depth of sonics and texture that finds them headroom within what is a crowded marketplace.
The US indie-rock quartet SOAR release their debut LP Dark / Gold on the 25th of August.
SOAR – Dark / Gold – artwork
A couple of song have surfaced from the album (available on bandcamp) each of slightly different idea, though brimming with joie-de-vivre.
The most recent, Fatigue, the third of the ten tracks being the sprightlier with one hundred and forty seconds of spiky-topped garage that grabs the audience by the wrist and launches them on to the dance-floor.
The US indie-rock quartet Darling Waste release the LP The Skeleton Key on the 11th of August.
Darling Waste – The Skeleton Key – artwork
How I Spent My Summer Vacation, from the forthcoming album, delivers their easily identifiable mixture of thumping riffs and good time rock’n’roll leaving the listener gladly dancing in accompaniment. The Skeleton Key looks set fair to further cement and grow their established fan-base.
The Norwegian indie-rock quartet Sløtface release the LP Try Not To Freak Out on the 15th of September.
Sløtface – Try Not To Freak Out – artwork
Wrapping around the acerbic vocal, that rails against patriarchy, on the eighth of the eleven tracks on the album, Nancy Drew is a blistering bass led song that rattles through the room in fiery drum-kit and finger bleeding guitar that has the listener captivated from the off.