Ulrika Spacek Announce October US Tour With Holy Wave

Ulrika Spacek traverse the Atlantic in October for a joint stint across the states with Holy Wave. All dates below, tickets on sale Friday. OCT 12 – Constellation Room (Desert Daze) OCT 14 – Sister Bar, Albuquerque, NM OCT 15 – High Dive, Denver, CO OCT 17 – Sleeping Village, Chicago, IL OCT 18 – Lager House, Detroit, MI OCT 20 –…

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AUTOBAHN’s New Album, Ecstasy of Ruin, Out Today

Reports of their demise have been greatly exaggerated – the North has risen again. Close to five years since their last record, Leeds denizens AUTOBAHN today return with the release of their third record, Ecstasy of Ruin. The time away begets a few changes, most notably the replacement of their drummer with a handful of machines and a refined triangulation…

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New Current Affairs Album, Off The Tongue, Out 14th July

To call Current Affairs a Glasgow band may initially seem misdirection. Though Joan Sweeney (ex-Rose McDowall’s Band, Aggi Doom, The Royal We) is a lifer, Sebastian Ymai (Comidillo Tapes, Pissy, Anxiety) came from Chile via York, recently relocating to Berlin in 2021, and new member Gemma Fleet (The Wharves, Order of the Toad, Dancer) alongside Andrew Milk…

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Why Not Now? by Cindy Out Today

Today marks the release of Cindy’s fourth album, Why Not Now?, a fleeting but emotionally redolent exploration of Bay Area life from the perspective of band leader, Karina Gill and shaped by the contributions of a rotating cast of musicians from San Francisco’s thriving underground. A series of microcosmic evocations of marcocosmic concepts, Cindy…

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The Reds, Pinks and Purples New Album Out Today

Today marks the release of the next installment in the ever-active world of The Reds, Pinks and Purples. Attentive fans – of which i know there are many – will be quick to note that rarely a week or two passes without a new transmission from the desk of Glenn Donaldson, but if we’re to be official about these things, The Town That Cursed Your Name…

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Compact Trauma by Ulrika Spacek Out Today, Band Tour in May/June

Today marks the release of Compact Trauma, Ulrika Spacek’s first album in five years and a collection of songs that function as a chance treatise of sorts for our current collective condition. I’d argue it’s also their best record to date, coiled and anxious, but also ecstatic, a band pushing at the edge of their abilities, almost falling apart…

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Cindy Announce New Album, UK Tour and Reissue of Debut

Cindy have announced details of their latest album, Why Not Now?, to be relased Friday 14th April 2023. The brainchild of Karina Gill and comprised of several key players from the Bay Area scene, the San Francisco-based band have also shared a video for ‘A Trumpet On The Hillside’, shot by Gill herself. Watch the video here/below Talking about the track, Karina…

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Index For Working Musik Debut Album Released Today

London-based collective Index For Working Musik, debut album, Dragging the Needlework for the Kids at Uphole, is out today. The album is released on CD, digital and LP formats – there are two vinyl editions, one a white pressing,  the other limited edition blue (250 copies), 50 of which come with a signed risograph print (only available through Bandcamp and a…

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The Reds, Pinks and Purples Announce New Album

San Francisco’s underground institution The Reds, Pinks and Purples have today both announced details of a new album, The Town That Cursed Your Name and shared the video for ‘Life In The Void’, the first track to be taken from the album. Released on 24th March, the album is their fifth in as many years, testament to the prolific nature of Glenn Donaldson, the Bay…

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AUTOBAHN Return With New Album, Ecstasy of Ruin

Reports of their demise have been greatly exaggerated – the North has risen again. Close to five years since their last record, Leeds denizens AUTOBAHN re-enter the fray with the release of their third record, Ecstasy of Ruin, on 28th April via Tough Love. Half a decade is both a long time and no time at all: forever changes while some things remain eternal……

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