New Year Ninety 2017 – 60 to 51

The Readers’ choice for the New Year Ninety – breaking in 2017 with the best emerging musicians of 2016 –  the section from 60 to 51.

King Neptune - New Year Ninety 2017

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60. To Kill A King (England)

To Kill A King is available on Amazon.*

59. Superhumanoids (USA)

Come Say Hello – Single – Superhumanoids is available on iTunes.*

58. Shagging Ponies (Netherlands)

GREATEST tITS – Shagging Ponies is available on iTunes.*

57. Parks At Night (Canada)

Bright Red is available on Bandcamp.

56. Jesse Ruben (USA)

55. LU&CIA (Uruguay)

The Trip is available on Bandcamp.

54. King Neptune (USA)

53. Tongues Of Fire (USA)

52. Tibet (Wales)

51. The Poulsons (England)

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Tongues of Fire – Sea – Single Review

Tongues of Fire from the USA is a new-wave trio who released their début single Sea on the 24th.

Tongues of Fire

Tongues of Fire

Formed earlier this year – Sea (available on bandcamp) is their first foray into a fully formed release. Though there are snippets of thoughts they have made available for those of us not locally based in North Carolina since January.




Lasting just under three minutes Tongues of Fire spear angularities of lo-fi rim sheering distortion and feedback which coils out of the speakers like a Spitting Cobra espying a Vole running across the scrub and the trio launch the venom across the room in a singular sound which bites into the soul.

I am intrigued to discover more of Lowell Hobbs (Guitar / Vocals), Chandler Bell (Bass / Vocals) and Jakeb Reel (Drums) whilst anticipating they will feature for a while to come.

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