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Sea Pinks

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Sea Pinks – Crocuses EP

Belfast band Sea Pinks may have well released their final recording in the form of the Crocuses EP. The band’s Neil Brogan has written that the band are now, after ten years, on an indefinite hiatus although when it’s safe to do so maybe they will play the songs on the EP for an audience. … Continue reading

The Saturday Session

Vamping – Holyoke To say that the new song from Amarillo’s Vamping is a shimmering delight is a vast understatement. Holyoke literally glows thanks to the harmonious synths and guitars coupled with a very catchy chorus and vocals. Lock-down positivity in a nutshell. Facebook Phosphene – Incandescent Plumes Incandescent Plumes is the third single to … Continue reading

August Round Up #1

Value Void – Babeland Babeland is the second track to be taken from the forthcoming Sentimental album which is due for release next month. Unlike previous track Back in the Day which was a nod to the post-punk era Babeland is much more of a jangling affair and very effective it is too. Facebook Our … Continue reading

Sea Pinks – Run & Run

Run & Run is an ode to the joys of spring but I think Belfast’s Sea Pinks have jumped the gun some what early as it’s pissing down and freezing cold in London Town as I write this! That said Run & Run is a pretty decent indiepop tune that has seen me press repeat … Continue reading

Mixing It Up………….

A mid-April mix for your listening pleasure. Click here to take you to a Playmoss playlist featuring these and other tracks. The Death Of Pop – Busy With The Boys A track that takes a few listens to get into. Not sure what that annoying dib-be-do (sic) sample is doing in there either but it … Continue reading

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