CWM – Homely Streets – Audio

The English alt-rock band CWM were introduced last year and are currently working towards their forthcoming LP Mate? What!.

CWM - Homely Streets

CWM

Their third song to be revealed – Homely Streets – finds CWM in a different corner of the room to their last feature.

The new song has a grungy undertow that smudges as it surfaces from the speakers with the dampened instrumentation laying at a juxtaposition to the snappy drumkit, which affords Homely Streets captivating layers of texture while the expressive vocal delivers an unanticipated melodic tint to the track.

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New Year Ninety 2018 – 70 to 61

Sadly once again in the New Year Ninety chart some bands featured no longer exist, in next years chart I would anticipate many are not yet formed.

Emerging Indie Bands is here to shine a spotlight on those bright lights in the sky at a moment in time no matter how fleeting the appearance.

The Franklys - New Year Ninety 2018

The Franklys

70. CWM (England)

69. The Franklys (Based in England)

68. Tiger Love (England)

67. Blanco White (England)

Colder Heavens – EP – Blanco White is available on iTunes.*

66. Spencer Robinson & The Wolf Spiders (USA)

65. King Ziggy (England)

The Gypsy – King Ziggy is available on iTunes.*

64. Sixteen Jackies (USA)

Movie Was Bad – EP – Sixteen Jackies is available on iTunes,*

63. The Hemingways (England)

Never Alone – Single – The Hemingways is available on iTunes.*

62. Melvv (USA)

Lifeline (feat. Dana Williams) – Melvv is available on iTunes.*

61. The Purcells (USA)

Words Can’t Say is available on bandcamp.

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CWM – Raised As Wolves – Single Review

CWM is a relatively new English dark-rock quartet.

CWM

CWM

Only a couple of songs are around, both of fairly dark outline though one, Icebreaker, is punchier than other, the more recent Raised As Wolves, which has a more nuanced texturing to it affording the quartet to shine as creative songwriters due to its multitudes of layers that float through the room as it casts an ethereal dreamy presence towards which the listener finds themselves vainly reaching out to embrace the curling echoes as they drift past.

It is difficult to comprehend CWM have only recently got together and on the basis of the two tracks, particularly, to my mind, the latter, will find many more people speaking at least one word of Welsh more than they knew in the past – though to be fair – having not asked about the intended pronunciation, perhaps each individual letter stands on its own.

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