R&P: What's your favorite new release of this week's "New Music Tuesday"?
Belgian singer and songwriter, Punch here to welcome you to a new weekly feature for R&P! Every week we will highlight the best of new releases to let you see whats happening and give you an opportunity to opine!
This week we have a new single from the Strokes..
The Strokes - Under Cover Of Darkness
PJ Harvey has been sorely missed, she mark's her return today with the release of her new album, here's the title track
PJ Harvey - Let England Shake
Oasis Fans!! we have the first fruits of Liam Gallagher and gang, following the departure of his brother..
Beady Eye - The Roller
I wanted to highlight a new band called "Yuck" from the UK, they release their first album today as well!http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=glOfHOxdRCU
Yuck - The Wall
and here is their new single "Holing Out
Wow Right? that covers a lot of ground, so R&P:
What's your favorite new release of this week's "New Music Tuesday"?
- shza nicoliLv 410 years agoFavorite Answer
This whole week has been dropping amazing noise pop and psychedelic rock.
You got a nice list there, I've listened to Yuck's newest material last December when the album leaked.
Evil Madness' newest album, kind of a nice refreshing krautrock band with electronic sounds.
A garage funk band called Death, not to be confused with the prog metal band dropped Spiritual Mental Physical.
Other cool psychedelic rock bands like Howlin' Rain, Creeping Woods, Wet Hair, have released amazing albums this week.
But my overall favorites that have been leaked this week are probably Abe Vigoda's Crush. A tropical punk band with some heavy shoegaze sounds in it, if youre aware of the Scottish band Orange Juice, they have a very similier sound like Abe Vigoda's Crush if you were referencing Orange Juice's hits back in the early eighties. Peaking Light's 936 is another favorite of the week, it slow dreamy chillwave duo, definetly worth checking out if you havent already. Kay Kay and His Weathered Underground's Introducing, a retro sounding modern psychedelic pop band, you can tell this band got most of it's influence on this album from obscure 60's groups like The United States of America, Ultimate Spinich, or The West Coast Pop Experimental Group, with more indie-ish psych bands like The Olivia Tremor Control or another band from the Elephant 6 group. La Sera's selftitled was another noted album that was pretty good that week. A shoegazy rock band that's pretty new in the game, their debut was probably the best produced album I've came across than the ones I've mentioned, which is ironic for a noisy shoegaze group.
- vtd288Lv 710 years ago
"Let England Shake" - PJ Harvey
"The Last Living Rose"
"The Words That Maketh Murder"
"Go-Go Boots" - Drive-by Truckers
"Everybody Needs Love"
"Used To Be a Cop"
- sunkenshipLv 710 years ago
where is the fine chocolate?
i had the new pj in my hand yesterday, but i came out with wire's latest release instead. it is certainly on the wishlist. that's a good track.
beady eye - i'm not even going to listen. i've heard some before. what could be worse than oasis? yes, that's right...
i haven't bothered with the strokes since their debut, which i very much enjoyed. this new stuff will probably not see them returning to my shelf.
yuck - whenever i see the words 'boy/girl harmonies' , 'shoegaze', 'droning' and 'distortion pedal', i know i'll give them a listen. hadn't round to it yet, so thanks for fixing it for me. enjoyed that.
rubber - yuck
a couple of other upcoming releases to look out for:
'decay decoy' - the megaphonic thrift
'colour trip' - ringo deathstarr
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- LeiaLv 510 years ago
actually i really addicted to new song from Panic at The Disco right now
The Ballad of Mona Lisa :P
- Anonymous10 years ago
Eddie Spaghetti of the Supersuckers 3rd solo LP "Sundowner "Source(s): Bloodshot Records
- PeepawLv 710 years ago
Somethuing from the 60's or 70's. Classic Rock for me.