Lewsberg, a four-piece Dutch band whose arty, lo-fi college rock rumble has drawn comparisons to The Velvet Underground, Television and The Modern Lovers, fit this mould perfectly – alongside a fierce independent streak. They take their name from writer Robert Loesberg, a cult local author whose work was famously nihilistic and disillusioned. Their last release is the single ‘Six Hills.’
Chichester post-punk trio TRAAMS create perfect anti-pop nuggets which channel the spirit of Television with the swagger of White Fence.
Following the release of standalone single ‘A House On Fire’ in 2016, it’s time to celebrate because TRAAMS are back, unveiling nearly 10 minute long new sizzler ‘The Greyhound’.
The first in a collection of three new tracks set to arrive over the coming months, the trio’s latest is a hypnotic cacophony of sounds, featuring Black Country, New Road’s Lewis Evans on saxophone duties.