Spiky guitars and Eddie Argos's spoken vocals power this track. Omitted from new album, 'Brilliant!', but currently available via Pledge Music.
Their name may be reminiscent of Best Coast, but Lab Coast's take on tuneful garage rock is distinct. If you like The Byrds, you'll love this.
After an extended synth intro, this track takes an unexpected direction: part Irish jig, part nonsense-punk.
On a Wire
Yet another grungy two-piece, this time from London. Fresh from supporting Warpaint, 2.54 certainly demands attention.
William Fitzsimmons, featuring Julia Stone
Let You Break
Fitzsimmons shifts gear from acoustic hipster folk to warm electronica. Julia Stone duets.
Never Stop Wondering
This first single in eight years features an impressively crooned vocal, but lacks real substance. Still, better than "Dancing in the Moonlight".
21st Century Girl
Our fave pre-teenybopper returns with a hook-heavy follow up to "Whip My Hair".
What You Need
Suggestive lyrics sit over melancholy chords to create a strangely detached, yet highly sexualised song.
Gang Gang Dance
Eleven minutes of euphoric synths that segue into house.Reuse content