New Year Ninety 2018 – 90 to 81

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The New Year Ninety Chart for 2018 begins… 90 to 81.

90. Yardlander (England)

89. Pseudo Deep (USA)

Nuclear Confusion is available on bandcamp.

88. Neon Dolls (England)

The Black – Single – Neon Dolls is available on iTunes.*

87. Harlea (England)

Miss Me – Single – Harlea is available on iTunes.*

86. Catgod (England)

Someone Love is available on bandcamp.

85. New Arcades (England)

Fade – Single – New Arcades is available on iTunes.*

84. Fling (England)

Lookin’ Outta My Window – Single – FLING is available on iTunes.*

83. Field Manual (based in England)

Someday Streets – Field Manual is available on iTunes.*

82. Avital Raz (based in England)

The Fallen Angel’s Unravelling Descent is available on bandcamp.

81. Muscle Beach Petting Zoo (USA)

Post Organic Materials is available on bandcamp.

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Catgod – Keep My Promises – Audio

The English tripwave collective Catgod released the single Keep My Promises on the 4th.

Catgod - Keep My Promises


With a very different feel to material of theirs previously featured, in Keep My Promises (available on bandcamp), Catgod reveal a song which has an experimental psychedelic flow.

The instantly recognisable vocal is surrounded by glitching loops of electronica, billowing flute, scattered percussion and drifting guitar, which, rather than making the listener work hard to keep up with the activity allows the mind to wander on its own flights of fancy.

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Catgod – Someone Love – Audio

The English weave-wave collective Catgod release the EP Someone Love on the 21st of July.



Within the past six hours the title track surfaced. A wending concept of ideas which is best heard under violet flashing neon lights as submerged harmonies of vocal  blend in to expansive ambient electronics and instrumentation with the listener minded of watching a spider build its web at dawn.

If you have never done that, I do suggest doing so, not via a televisual documentary – rather in reality as the silk emits threads in seemingly random trajectories via the spinnerets, as the spider reconsiders whether wind and anchors are of alignment, until such time as lattice and frame conjoin to a delicate filigree of immense tensile strength.

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