- Theo Sayers – ‘My Nose Is A Little Runny’
Well, I can totally relate to our “poor hero”. See? His nose is a little runny in this God damn COVID-19 era. Doesn’t feel so well, but walking down the road, meets a pal of his, and then decide to go to the pub for a few pints. There he meets a ‘juicy’ brunette. But again…his nose is a little runny.. Fuck!
101% phlegamtic brit humour, wrapped up in a zany punk-rap sonic giftwrap, this track is by far the most addictive one of the last few quarantine weeks. Makes you feel well, without insulting!
Theo Sayers‘ ‘My Nose Is A Little Runny‘ is the absolute, ‘infectious’ anthem (and audiovisual treat!) of the post-COVID era. Enjoy responsibly!
- Deerhoof – ‘Future Teenage Cave Artists’
Long-running American indie noise-pop group Deerhoof shared the title track off their new album ‘Future Teenage Cave Artists‘ this past week. Driving, jazzy, off-key child-like reverie, ‘Future Teenage Cave Artists‘ sounds like it belongs on an indie film soundtrack also featuring tUnE-yArDs and CocoRosie. The right moment for dreamtime naivety!
- JK FLESH Vs Echologist – ‘Fleshology 1’
South African New York-based electronic composer Brendon Moeller aka Echologist and British mutant-electronica artist Justin K Broadrick aka JK FLESH (known for Godflesh, Jesu, Napalm Death, Techno Animal) have joined forces for ‘Echology Vol 1‘, the first EP in the duo’s collaboration. ‘Fleshology 1‘ is the first of four numbered ‘Fleshology’ tracks and is everything that your little electronic beat driven heart desires. A solid track that you can lose yourself in, it’s merely a hint at the rest of the almost 24-minute EP.
- Pharmacy Keys – ‘Take The Cake’
What I love most about Cleveland, Ohio’s Pharmacy Keys‘ latest single ‘Take The Cake‘, is the impeccable indie spirit combined with ear-melting melodies, that any indie fan should embrace, and in particular all the 90s era teens who will feel their heart flicker in the divine chorus. This is utterly loveable, an instant escapade from the planet on ‘demise’…
- Mark Lanegan – ‘Bleed All Over’
What I’ve mostly missed these last weeks of quarantine is a coffee with my friends, go to the movies, or even gor for a single walk, or escape to the river and try some paddling! All these may be a wish for the distant future, however I will have Mark Lanegan‘s ‘Bleed All Over‘ on repeat with his unique. baritone vocals, taken of his new solo album, ‘Straight Songs Of Sorrow‘, released 8th May via Heavenly. This came as a surprise, since it’s the most wave-y, and synth-based track I’ve heard from the chap. Stunning stuff!
Compiled by Christos Doukakis & Sarah Medeiros