New Year Ninety 2018 – 50 to 41

This the middle section of the New Year Ninety, 50 – 41, is the first part to be published in which everyone, regardless of time-zone, is now in 2018. I wish you and yours all the best for the year ahead.

The Howl & The Hum - photo by Robert Mitchell

The Howl & The Hum – photo by Robert Mitchell

50. Sloth (Poland)

2-D is available on bandcamp.

49. The Howl & The Hum (England)

48. Tenderhooks (England)

North Star – Tenderhooks is available on iTunes.*

47. Kreepy Krush (Belarus)

Wasted EP is available on bandcamp.

46. Brittany Pfantz (USA)

45. Wonderscore (England)

This Side of the City – EP – Wonderscore is available on iTunes.*

44. Crepes (Australia)

Channel Four – Crepes is available on iTunes.*

43. Rosen (England)

Piece Of Mind (Remix) is available on bandcamp)

42. Liar Boy (USA)

Not Home is available on bandcamp.

41. Freaks Of The Sea (USA)

Brainwash – Single – Freaks of the Sea is available on iTunes.*

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Freaks Of The Sea – Hypocrite – Single Review

Freaks Of The Sea is a sardonic-pop duo from the USA.

Freaks Of The Sea

Freaks Of The Sea

Within the past ten hours their latest track has surfaced, the sardonically named Hypocrite, which finds a lyrical barrage railing against the ‘pop’. A song that can’t but help raise a smile for the assuredness and deftness of foot in taking a step outside their own boundaries to use those ‘four chords’ and deliver a track that is as ‘capable’ as anything in the mainstream, whilst simultaneously tearing holes in itself for its own absurdity.

In due course I will return to Freaks Of The Sea when they resolve to their more natural territory of luxurious nu-soul.


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