The Barometer: Times New Viking; Cass McCombs; Oh My!; Dot Rotten; Auction; Warm Brains; Tom and the Tides; Jesse Ruins; White Denim

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Times New Viking

Want To Exist

This standout track from the band's forthcoming fifth album 'Dancer Ecquired' features cleaner production than TNV fans may be used to.

Cass McCombs

The Lonely Doll

Soft and crushingly melancholic this song takes the romantic folk-poet soul of late 1960s Leonard Cohen and mixes it with Bob Dylan's lovesick waltz "4th Time Around".

Oh My!

Run This Town

Tongue-in-cheek, bubblegum pop featuring sub-busting synths and gravelly guitars to attract the indie kids.

Dot Rotten

Don't Diss The Program

The UK grime artist is finally getting the mainstream attention he deserves. This hard and heavy track is a good introduction to his sound.


Laughter in the Next Room

A keyboard heavy demo that sounds like early Klaxons and is attracting a lot of label attention. Not bad for a band who've played just one gig.

Warm Brains

Old Volcanoes

Slacker pop from former Test Icicles guitarist Rory Attwell.

Tom and the Tides

Grow Old With Me

The hotly tipped five-piece have an air of Rufus Wainwright about them – particularly on this piano-led track.

Jesse Ruins

Dream Analysis

A deep and intense electro rock soundscape sits behind Jesse's ice-cool vocal.

White Denim


Upbeat acoustic pop replaces the lo-fi chillwave of old. Nods to the 1960s abound.