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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Wonderscore – Dirty – Single Review

The English funk-hop quartet, Wonderscore, released their début single Dirty on the 16th.



Reflecting of a world in which opportunity for personal expression and development is curtailed by the heavy hanging curtains of proscribed acceptable behaviour patterns.

Wonderscore, rather than being stalled, seek to discover a different route by which to escape the drudgery, in a track that bounces from brick wall to brick wall and rather than becoming more flattened takes more optimistic tenor as the instrumentation and synthesis echo between multitudinous vocal, prior to descending in to a ridicule of the irrelevance of the parameters within which they are coerced to exist.

Too new off the ground to have a website or social media page, which is often the reality of Emerging Indie Bands articles – I leave you with the introductory track by WonderscoreDirty.

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