Something For The Weekend? Three New Singles

It’s Bandcamp Friday once more and here are three new singles that popped up in my inbox this morning. Tomates en Verano – Anestesiada Anestesiada is the third single to be lifted from Argentinian band Tomates en Verano’s forthcoming album Todos Los Días Son Felices. It’s a gloomy sounding song and the drums give the song some resemblance to New Orders’ In A Lonely Place. … Continue reading Something For The Weekend? Three New Singles

Deep Red – Before You Leave

Texans Deep Red have released their debut EP, titled Before You Leave, which follows three previous singles of which only February’s Over and Gone appears here. The band’s sound takes in influences from alt-rock and shoegaze with the emphasis being on the noisier side of things. The mixed vocals work well with the fuzzy, heady guitars as track after track crashes into your consciousness. Box … Continue reading Deep Red – Before You Leave

Something For The Weekend? Three Albums

This weeks pack of three consists of three albums on my shopping list. Últim Cavall – Alaska This one has me hooked straight from the off. Literally straight from the opening bars of first track Els llacs which blends seamlessly into Incendi and then into current favourite Tornar A Casa it’s a dreamy journey throughout. It’s a case of not looking back and before you … Continue reading Something For The Weekend? Three Albums

The Gory Alices – Swimsuit Aliens

The Gory Alices describes themselves as “a horror punk and surf rock band”. Despite only forming earlier this year Swimsuit Aliens is their second EP and leads on from their debut, the 21st Century Cosmic Freak Show EP. Their music is, and you will not be surprised given their description, is a mix of rock ‘n’ roll, garage, punk inspired riffs and comic humour. The … Continue reading The Gory Alices – Swimsuit Aliens

Guitar Days – An Unlikely Story of Brazilian Music

There are some interesting compilations turning up on Bandcamp of late. Guitar Days – An Unlikely Story of Brazilian Music is the soundtrack to the documentary of the same name which tells the story, coinciding with Brazil’s transition to democracy, that a new wave of bands emerged who looked to the US, UK and Australia for inspiration and who chose to sing in English rather … Continue reading Guitar Days – An Unlikely Story of Brazilian Music