Star Party’s Debut Album, Meadow Flower, Out 11th March

Delighted to announce that on 11th March, Tough Love will be releasing the debut album by the Washington state-based two piece Star Party. Meadow Flower is eight tracks in under 20 minutes of buzzsaw guitar jangle punk, equal parts mid 80s Glasgow, K Records’ Olympia and DIY fearlessness. Alongside the usual digital formats, there’s two different vinyl…

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Summer At Land’s End by The Reds, Pinks and Purples Out Today

“An indiepop Mark Rothko” – MOJO (4/5) “A brilliant songwriter on an incredible hot streak” – Bandcamp – Album of the Day “Unhurried echo-pop reminiscent of The Magnetic Fields, R.E.M., and Robert Smith” – Flood Magazine “Shows [Donaldson] to have perfected his articulate, emotionally…

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White Flowers Remixes EP Out Today

Right on time for Bandcamp Friday is the new remix EP from White Flowers, featuring the previously hard remix by Jez Williams from Doves (who originally produced the band’s debut album), and beautiful reworks by 4AD legends Insides and label mates Peel Dream Magazine. Stream/download as you prefer here.  More White Flowers news coming next month…

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New David West Album, Jolly in the Bush, Out 4th March

Jolly In The Bush is David West’s fourth eponymous record, following Drop Out Of Collage (2014), Peace Or Love (2016) and Cherry On Willow (2017). David is an underground pop musician from Perth, Western Australia and has been in numerous interesting and more-or-less obscure acts over the decades – some include Rat Columns, Rank/Xerox, Total Control,…

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White Flowers Announce Remix EP & Share Jez Williams (Doves) Track

White Flowers have today announced details of the digital release of a three-track remix EP featuring re-workings of tracks from their much-acclaimed debut album, Day By Day, released in May of last year. Released today is the Jez Williams (Doves) remix of ‘Portra’, accompanied by a video made by the band. Watch that below. The EP also features a take…

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The Reds, Pinks and Purples Release New Single & Video

“Donaldson’s undeniable homage is exquisitely on the nose, one comforting swoon after another” – 4/5 Mojo San Francisco’s hugely prolific underground institution The Reds, Pinks and Purples have today shared ‘Let’s Pretend We’re Not in Love’, the latest track from their forthcoming new album, Summer At Land’s End, to be released on 4th…

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The Reds, Pinks and Purples Announce New Album, Summer At Land’s End

San Francisco’s hugely prolific underground institution The Reds, Pinks and Purples have today announced details of a new album, Summer At Land’s End, to be released on 4th February. A video for the first track to be taken from the album, ‘Don’t Come Home Too Soon’, is available to view now. The album will be available as both a single disc version and a special…

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Cindy’s New Album, 1:2, Out Today

Today sees the release of Cindy’s third record 1:2, recorded during lockdown in their hometown of San Francisco, and finds itself born amidst one of those creatively fertile moments the Bay Area seems to conjure every few cycles. SF is full of great music right now – 1:2 might be its greatest record to emerge from this current milieu of artists. Cindy…

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White Flowers Release Two New Songs

White Flowers have shared two tracks, Underwater and a cover of ‘Til I Die by Beach Boys, which were both previously only available on a limited 7” as part of the Dinked edition of their debut album, Day By Day. Stream/download the two songs here Talking about the tracks the band said: “We are always looking to incorporate and explore ambient elements more…

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William Doyle Announces New EP, Alternate Lands

Following quickly on from the release of the album Great Spans of Muddy Time in March of this year, William Doyle will release the four track EP Alternate Lands on Nov 26th. Listen to lead single ‘The Unanswered Why’ now. William explains the EP’s genesis and how he sees it as a natural bridge from the recent album onto his next, “The material on …Spans was…

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