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September Girls - Cursing the Sea
Warpaint - Warpaint
Bombay Bicycle Club - So Long, See You Tomorrow
Katy B - Little Red
Planningtorock - All Love's Legal
Angel Olsen - Burn Your Fire For No Witness
St Vincent - St Vincent
MØ - No Mythologies To Follow
These are all confirmed releases are there any I've missed out that you think I ought to have included? (these are just my personal picks)
I will be doing one of these every two months so stay tuned!!
Or whatever it is the latter are calling themselves these days
On my label.
is out in early January.
Damien Jurado – Brothers and Sisters of the Eternal Sun – Jan 21st
Thee Silver Mount Zion… Fuck off get free we pour light…Jan 21st Gem Club – In Roses – Jan 28th
+/- - Jumping the Tracks – Jan 29
Young Fathers – Dead – Feb 3rd
William Fitzsimmons – Lions – Feb 18th
The Notwist – Close to the Glass – Feb 25th
Black Vines – S/T – Feb
Yellow Ostrich – Cosmos - Feb
Might check that one out as well...
Temples - Sun Structures - 10th Feb
Thumpers - Galore - 11th Feb
I find them really dull and try-hard, plus they have awful hair.
out on Jan 21st
Mogwai, Damien Jurado, Sleepy Sun, Marisa Nadler, Sun Kil Moon, Fanfarlo, Tinariwen, Beck, Elbow, Dean Wareham, Tycho, Jimi Goodwin, Pale Seas, Shilpa Ray, Lucinda Chua, This Is The Kit, and a tribute album to Mark Linkous. Hoping for new Future Islands and Radio Dept. as well.
Apparently KEEL HER's debut record is coming out in February but there hasn't been a confirmed date, track list or artwork so I didn't include it...
I forgot how epic this song is: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OLjS_H2apF4
Same goes for Brody Dalle's solo record which is supposed to come out in February but the details are also scarce.
Let's see, both are really exciting!
And the London gig. Really enjoyed them last time. Great band
Been almost a year since the last one, quite a while by their standards. Not a big fan of the reunion material - out of the four, only Class Clown stands together as a good album. Still, as the old GBV argument always goes, you could make a killer compilation from the best cuts. Let's hope the hit ratio is a bit better this time round, the Pollard solo albums have been alright this year anyway.
five young girls from Ireland. They sound very C86-ish. Looking forward to them supporting Joanna Gruesome at The Lexington on Thursday (I think). A good double headliner for me.
Their single Heartbeats is especially good.