Super X - Super X

This tape by Mel­bourne group Su­per-X isn't ex­act­ly new stuff, but that shit is way to strong not to be men­tioned here. Wit­ness a son­ic spec­ta­cle un­fold, fus­ing the old garage-/pro­to punk fuzz of Fun House-era Stooges with spaced out vibes not un­like De­struc­tion Unit or ear­ly Tele­scopes, all the while drag­ging along with it some traces of con­tem­po­rary post punk.

Nag - Red Panda

It's busi­ness as usu­al for Atlanta's Nag on their newest EP, on which they're stay­ing clear of new ex­per­i­ments and bright ideas. I'm per­fect­ly fine with that. In­stead, their sound made from frag­ments of post-, fuzz- and noise punk once again man­ages to con­vince me, craft­ed in­to three rock sol­id songs that aren't even try­ing to look smarter than they ac­tu­al­ly are - and that's ex­act­ly why they work so well.

Digital Leather - Compass

Be­cause You're A Win­ner re­leas­es May 1st.

Lié - Digging In The Desert

You Want It Re­al re­leas­es Feb­ru­ary 28th via Mint Records.

Mush - Eat The Etiquette

3D Rou­tine re­leas­es Feb­ru­ary 14th via Mem­phis In­dus­tries.

Launcher - Bone Saw

Bone Saw re­leas­es Feb­ru­ary 7th via Wan­da Records.

Algara - Enamorados Del Control Total

En­am­ora­dos Del Con­trol To­tal re­leas­es Jan­u­ary 30th via La Vi­da Es Un Mus Dis­cos.

Hotmom - Crutch

Stu­pid Ve­g­an Band re­leas­es Jan­u­ary 24th.

Set-Top Box - Normal Guy

Set-Top Box /​ R.M.F.C. Split 7" re­leas­es Jan­u­ary 24th via Good­bye Boozy Records.

Neighbours Burning Neighbours - Grace

Soft­ly /​ Grace 7" re­leas­es Jan­u­ary 23rd via Sub­rou­tine Records.