The English indie quintet FLINGS released the single That’s Nice on the 6th.
That’s Nice is a more reigned back track than music of theirs that has previously featured, nonetheless stirring in a soupçon of their trade-mark flamboyant flourishes, which mark them out in what is a crowded market-place, to deliver a track that has a mellowed funky wash running through the song.
Stray Monroe create an attention holding soundtrack. There is a drifting melancholia that permeates, the sparkling guitar, layered bass and expressive percussion, which is delivered through the gliding vocal which unhurriedly extends notes and phrases, giving the sense of being delivered at a different tempo to the instrumentation allowing the quartet to deliver music of muliti-texturing.
The most recent single, which came out earlier this month, is Happy Accidents.
The English indie quintet Puppet Rebellion who were introduced in 2013 launch their début LP on the 11th of November.
Puppet Rebellion – photo credit – Teri Jones
Having released an EP and a selection of singles over the years Puppet Rebellion, who have spent much of their life on the road, have managed to find some studio time to out together an album. In advance of the LP release, on the 15th, Slave was made available as a stand alone single.
The German indie quintet CNGRTS release the EP A Fall from Grace on the 1st of September.
Counterintuitively given the song title Sedative, the first track to surface from the forthcoming release, is a more zingy soundtrack than music of theirs previously featured with sparkling guitar laid against sprightly tempo although the vocal maintains their signature drifting melancholia.
Turn on the latest track Goes Around Comes Around and you will feel the good times party music burst through the room. Not aiming to create complex structures of sound Indigo Husk are adept at raising the spirit of the day with their easy to engage soundtrack that leaves the listener feeling better for having partaken.