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Today "Welsh weird-pop wizard" Griff Lynch announced details of his new single 'Don't Count On Me' (streaming above) via its premiere on Gold Flake Paint. [Click on header to cont.].
London trio Miraculous Mule have announced details of their new “heavyweight” album ‘Two Tonne Testimony’ (released on 24 March via Muletone Recording Company and Bronze Rat Records). Visit Vive Le Rock for the exclusive on the album’s full tracklisting and also info on forthcoming London live dates. [Click on header to cont.].
After a successful musical career as guitarist and frontman of Welsh band Yr Ods, Griff Lynch has now turned his hand to solo material. The first taster of which comes in the form of debut single ‘Hir Oes Dy Wen’, the accompanying video (above) premiered on Clash who described Griff’s sound as “wistful Welsh electro pop”. Look out for more music from Griff Lynch in 2017.
To mark their 20th anniversary, Electronic Sound have run a 4-page feature on pioneering Brighton label Catskills Records. The feature includes exclusive interviews with brothers and label founders Amr and Khalid Mallassi as well as with James Spectrum of Pepe Deluxe and Mark Nyberg of Husky Rescue. The magazine is in the shops now and available to order via electronicsound.co.uk.
Read Jinnwoo's exclusive think piece on the connection between loss, art and remembering in the current issue of Oh Comely.
Ahead of his DJ sets this weekend for Catskills Records 20 year anniverary parties (see below), Husky Rescue's Marko Nyberg has compiled a playlist for For Folk's Sake. The playlist is a collection of sweet songs to listen to at home of an afternoon. A nice chilled opener before this weekend's party vibes. [Click header to cont].
Sam Jordan & The Dead Buoys new single 'My Nirvana' features in Metro's 'Now, Next, New' music round-up today: “The song showcases Jordan’s compelling vibrato vocal atop a musical bed of Quentin Tarantino movie soundtrack guitars."
As an extra treat to mark their 20th anniversary this year, Amr and Khlid Mallassi of pioneering London/Brighton label Catskills Records have compiled a fantastic 20-track playlist. [Click on header to cont.].