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The Friday Round Up

For those unaware Bandcamp are running a Covid-19 fundraiser today which seems them waiving their revenue share so that all monies go directly to supporting the artists. You can read about that here. If you can buy just one release that would help the artists concerned and the fundraiser lasts until Midnight Pacific Time tonight … Continue reading

Jeanines – Been In The Dark

New York’s Jeanines will be releasing a new 7″ EP on London based label Where It’s At Is Where You Are or WIAIWYA for short. Titled Things Change it features four tracks including the taster track Been In The Dark. It follows the pattern of last years self titled debut album and fuses post-punk (Dolly … Continue reading

Jeanines – Jeanines

The self titled debut album by Jeanines takes me back to the years of my youth circa early/mid 1980s. It takes me back to the times I eagerly waited for fanzines, flexi-discs and records to drop through my door or the weekly trip to pick up the music press to excitably scour for even more … Continue reading

Jeanines – Either Way

New York’s Jeanines grabbed our attention this time last year with a couple of demos and the wonderful Hits The Bone which betrayed all of their indiepop influences. They have since signed with Slumberland Records and will be releasing their debut self titled album in June. Either Way is the albums opening track and it … Continue reading

Jeanines – Hits The Bone

I don’t normally write about the same band twice in a month but I will make a very big exception for Jeanines. This latest track is a terrific blend of indiepop, 1960’s girl bands and to a lesser extent garage. The vocals are very dreamy and all in all it’s an addictive, catchy track. Hits … Continue reading

Jeanines – Demos

Two short but promising tracks from New York’s jeanines that manage to pack more in their one and a bit minutes than some of the other tracks I have been listening too recently which last 2-3 times as long. The singer sounds like a young Aggi from The Pastels (or on Buba & The Shop … Continue reading

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