Creeper was originally meant to put the flamboyance back into punk. A few years ago he and some friends recorded a self-titled EP, released it, and that was that. They never intended to play a show. They never planned a follow-up. They certainly never expected, three years later, to be sat in the central London offices of their record label talking about a debut album that draws as much from film and television as it does their musical heroes. It’s been a journey, with the band always threatening to outrun the reach of their control, but somehow they’ve managed each leap forward with grace and style. The band have given up their day jobs, and now Creeper is their full-time concern. They’re still injecting the flamboyance back into punk, but now, there are bigger targets in mind.
The Southampton goth-punks have returned with a new single, ‘Born Cold’, after a year-long hiatus.
For over three years, London-based pop artist Rina Sawayama has been self-releasing singles, as well as her 2017 debut EP RINA. She served as pop princess Charli XCX’s supporting act during the U.K. stint of the Charli Live Tour. Back in November, she shared her first label release via Dirty Hit titled “STFU!,” which was an ode to nu metal and righteous rage at microaggressions. Friday, she shared a new single “Comme Des Garçons (Like The Boys)” and information on her forthcoming debut album, SAWAYAMA. The album is set for release on April 17.
“Miss You” was originally released on May 10, 1978, in the United States, but had to wait for another 16 days before it saw its release in the United Kingdom. The song was part of the band’s 16th American studio album, ‘Some Girls’.
After enjoying lots of airplay in America, this song managed to occupy the summit of Billboard’s Hot 100 in 1978. The song further performed well in weekly charts in other countries such as the Netherlands, Belgium, United Kingdom, Canada, and the United States.
Just a year ago Moon Vision debuted with the first single of what would be its first LP Muses. Now, Moon Vision are preparing their second album, but while we wait, they bring us a beautiful cover of The Partisan, the classic antifascist anthem “La Complainte du partisan”, composed by Anna Marly and performed by Leonard Cohen.
Best Coast is an American surf pop rock duo formed in Los Angeles, California in 2009. The band consists of songwriter, guitarist and vocalist Bethany Cosentino and guitarist and multi-instrumentalist Bobb Bruno.
Best Coast have announced the details for their much-anticipated fourth album. Titled ‘Always Tomorrow’, it arrives alongside a brand new single, ‘Everything Has Changed’. It’s the second to debut from the record, following up on last year’s ‘For The First Time’.
Arsenal consists of the Belgian musicians Hendrik Willemyns and John Roan. Since their debut single “Release” in 1999, Arsenal have released six albums, collaborating with a wide range of international singers and musicians including Mike Ladd, Shawn Smith, John Garcia, Grant Hart, and Johnny Whitney. Whilst rooted in electronic dance music, Arsenal have incorporated numerous other genres of music into their albums, from African and Latin American rhythms to pop, hip hop, and indie rock.
Summer Salt is a tropical rock band from Austin. Drawing influence from Bossa Nova and 50’s/60’s “oldies,” their sound is best described by a trip to Hawaii or a dip in the pool. Their second album is called ‘Favorite Holidays Nº 1’