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 (7am in the UK). Onto the round up. It’s been two years since we last from Dunedin’s Astro Children. On new single Milk the band move away from their alt-rock/shoegazing roots and instead is a vibrant alternative pop song. Well worth the wait and it’s … Continue reading The Friday Round Up

Marcos Y Molduras – Te Puedes Morir

Marcos Y Molduras follow up previous single La De Parks with new track Te Puedes Morir. Whilst the former was fuzzy brilliance the latter is a slower paced affair which sways onto the side of twee pop. However it is not all sugar sweet as you may first suspect! When the lyrics are translated it hints at darker thoughts as behind the smiling facade the subject matters lover can die if her feelings are not reciprocated. Gulp….. Te Puedes Morir is out now digitally on Discos De Kirlian. Continue reading Marcos Y Molduras – Te Puedes Morir

Marcos Y Molduras – La De Parks

La De Parks by Madrid’s Marcos Y Molduras is one of those short, fuzzy indiepop tracks I love so much. The gentle build up, female vocals and then vibrant but lo-fi punk-pop guitars and percussion kicking in. It’s like the prefect recipe for these ears as the track deals with a doomed love affair. That may have not worked out in the end but this track most certainly does! La De Parks is out now via Discos De Kirlian. Continue reading Marcos Y Molduras – La De Parks