The Saturday Sampler

Been catching up all things music related today. Now the Christmas post is out of the way let’s not forget the ongoing wave of new releases.

Here is the Playlist:

or listen on YouTube

And here are the individual tracks/info:

Horse Show – Used To

Taken from the debut EP Falsterbo from the Malmö based “supergroup” who feature members of Hater, Few and Simian Ghost to name a few. The EP is now via PNKSLM Recordings.

Kids On A Crime Spree – All Things Fade

The second single to be taken from the forthcoming album Fall In Love Not In Line which is due to be released via Slumberland Records on 21 January 2022.

Grazer – Hyper-Normal

The latest in a fine run of singles from Melbourne’s Grazer. An entertaining video too!

Smile – Half Faith, Half Struggle

A rip-roaring single from Turin’s Smile. Whilst the old lady’s fortunes slide Smile’s, on the basis of this single, rise.

FRESH – Morgan & Joanne

A modern love song full of noise pop and punk influences. And that voice!

Boss – Cash Em In

From punk influences to a vintage sounding and instant punk rock classic. Pub violence has never sounded so catchy. Out now on Static Shock Records.

Resplandor – Tristeza

The title track from the forthcoming new album from Dutch outfit Resplandor that is due for release on April 22 2022. It sounds a bit like if New Order were a shoegazing band.

Artsick – Ghost Of Myself

Taken from the forthcoming album Fingers Crossed which be released on January 21 2022 via Slumberland Records.

Whimsical – Cerulean

Whimsical with their cover of The Ocean Blue track Cerulean which stays pretty close to the original but with the odd new idea thrown in too.

bbdrm – Port (Working Men’s Club Remix)

Working Men’s Club remix October’s Port single to great effect.

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