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Music by Bergman: The Lazy Eyes

Roughly seven years after forming, the Sydney-based band is finally ready to drop their self-produced, self-recorded debut album, SongBook, in March. The collection is an escapist, idealistic, time-traveling journey that frolics in Beatles-flavored strawberry fields, trudges through heavy stoner sludge, and plays with the sort of effortless, heady sounds of artists like Tame Impala and King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard who have made Australia this century’s hotbed for psych-rock. The band refers to their long-awaited debut as a trip down memory lane. Some songs were written nearly half a decade ago, after all—a lifetime in teenage years.

Music by Bergman: Interpol

Almost 25 years after their formation, Interpol have survived everything. Post 9/11 New York that saw them emerge as the rock saviours of the 21st century, a debut album connected to the best memories of an entire generation, the post-punk revival that they spearheaded, the revival of that revival, their imitators, the parallel projects of their members and even themselves. At this point, Interpol have dodged so many bullets that they have earned the right to make their story theirs and no one else’s. But, above all, Paul Banks, Daniel Kessler and Sam Fogarino have earned the right to stretch that story as far and as long as they want: they will survive whatever comes next, and as a testimony they will give us new choruses that hurt and comfort at the same time.

Interpol have marked their return by sharing the cinematic video for new single ‘Toni’ and announcing details of their seventh album, ‘The Other Side of Make-Believe’.

Music by Bergman: Buzzard Buzzard Buzzard

Buzzard Buzzard Buzzard’s debut album Backhand Deals, is a rejuvenating homage to unpretentious 1970s classic rock that steadfastly refuses to take itself too seriously.
The Cardiff four-piece, consisting of frontman and guitarist Tom Rees, his bassist brother Eddie, fellow guitarist Zac White and drummer Ethan Hurst, have been the subject of heady excitement since their debut EP The Non-Stop landed in July 2020.

Music by Bergman: Toro y Moi

Toro y Moi started as the solo project of Chaz Bear, who took his solo musical endeavors to greater and greater heights of sophistication on a series of releases with the encouragement of his friend from school, Ernest Greene of Washed Out.  In the wake 2008’s global economic collapse, Toro y Moi emerged as a figurehead of the beloved sub-genre widely known as chillwave, the sparkling fumes of which still heavily influence musicians all over today.

 Toro y Moi project will return this spring with the new album Mahal.

Music by Bergman: Kurt Vile

Kurt Vile (born January 3, 1980) is an American singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and record producer. He is known for his solo work and as the former lead guitarist of rock band The War on Drugs.

Kurt Vile has shared another new song from his forthcoming album (watch my moves). The latest single is titled “Hey Like a Child,” with the rest of the album arriving on April 15. (watch my moves) is the Philadelphia-based artist’s follow-up to 2018’s Bottle It In, and his first for Verve Records.

Music by Bergman: Metronomy

Metronomy are a band that needs no introduction. Across the last two decades, they’ve become a defining force of British indie-electronica and the many shifts in sounds and trends that lay within its extensive history; Metronomy playing a key part in every electronic movement over the last 15-odd years. They’ve become pioneers, if not for their own work, than that of their frontman Joseph Mount, who as a go-to producer and songwriter has helped shape an entirely new generation of disco and funk-pop, largely through working alongside Robyn and

.They’re also a band that has somehow remained consistent throughout much of their career thus far, striving to find the balance between quantity and quality throughout their journey. Now, the English indie-electronica icons have just released their 7th album.

Music by Bergman: caroline

The journey of caroline to their debut album is also a valuable lesson in taking your time. The band’s self-titled full-length, released by Rough Trade, arrives close to a decade after the band first came together, and the years spent honing and refining their sound, list of members and philosophy haven’t been wasted.

Starting out in the mid-2010s as a three-piece post-punk band the band have since accrued five more members and seen their sound shape-shift into something far more untraditional and unique. This progression is shown chronologically on the debut album. The Rough Trade-signed band’s gorgeous, challenging debut incorporates midwest emo, Appalachian folk and more into a thing of unique beauty