The Creptter Children – Watching You – Video

It has been a few years since the Australian dark-rock band The Creptter Children last featured.

The Creptter Children - Watching You - artwork

The Creptter Children – Watching You – artwork

With the addition of a third player – Joel Mair – they have been able to expand their sound resulting in exploring even darker themes.

Being released on the 4th is their latest single (available on bandcamp). I hope it doesn’t take me another three years to get to back to them again.

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Lemon – What Are We Waiting For? – Video

The indie outfit Lemon from the Netherlands are set to release the three track single 3 Songs Of Confusion And Hope on the 14th of December.



I have noticed over the past few months a sharp rise in output, from across almost all styles of music and from around the world demanding change to the status quo and in particular bands who are not at their core overtly political or confrontational – some approaching from an observational perspective, some with more urgent rage and others with sharper humour – but all as equally fed-up with systems that serve none other than the Oligarchy.

From the forthcoming release – What Are We Waiting For?.


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EAT FAST – Public Display Of Affection – Single Review

The English garage-rock outfit EAT FAST revealed their latest single within the past twenty four hours.

EAT FAST - Public Display Of Affection


Retaining the wall of fuzz which marks their sound. In Public Display Of Affection EAT FAST allow percussion to break through the haze with more clarity than previous music of theirs featured has permitted and during the course of the just over three and a half minute track the guitars and vocal are also given space to appear through the voile in a track that comments on the pixelated and fickle nature of connectivity in a world dominated by being on-line that in turn impacts on towards physical interaction with an increasingly cavalier and dismissive attitude becoming the norm.

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Shiners – Goosebumps – Audio

The English indie quartet Shiners are finalising details for their début EP due for release early 2017.

Shiners - Goosebumps


From the forthcoming release – Goosebumps – which itself is due for release as a single on the 2nd of December – contains the breezy flowing guitar sections that they warm with fusing synths which are their signature sounds.

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