Cities of the Plain releases June 3rd via á La Carte Records.
Modern Convenience releases May 27th via Convulse Records.
Out Of Line releases sometime in June via Legless Records.
The Worst Has Finally Happened releases July 29th via Three One G.
The Real Sexual Jeremy releases June 3rd via Decoherence Records.
Crisis of Faith releases August 1st via Aklasan Records.
Live Sex Act releases June 17th.
CC and the Hairy Area I'm an Empath
Pressure Pin Superficial Feature
The Vortex V2SK
Gorilla Knifefight See You In Hell
Djinn Evil Dead
The Losers Stabbed In The Back
Armor On The Clock
Primitive Fucking Ballers Suspicious Existence
Vidro Vågornas Svall
Die In Vain Baska Bir Yer Yok
Red Gaze Frigid Zone
Gripe (Estás) Bajo Control
Salted Wounds Got Your Back
Carrie Fast Food
Peace De Résistance Manifest Destiny
The Real Distractions Beach Men
The Blinds Elsewhere
Warm Exit T.V
Beige Banquet What Is Going On?
Gad Whip Nostalgic For Hope
Straw Man Army Underland
Off Peak Arson Closed Curtains
Quaker Wedding The Kitchen Floor
The Hazmats Empty Rooms
This Melbourne group's 2017 debut EP still resonates with me as one of the most unique experiences in the garage-/post-/art punk spere of its time. Almost five years having passed since then, it's no surprise their follow-up EP showcases a somewhat more streamlined yet still ambitious and surprising grab-bag of songs which continue to draw plenty of inspiration from both Chairs Missing-era Wire and early, Syd Barrett-era Pink Floyd, this time leaning in heavier on the spaced-out post punk side of things, also sounding not quite unlike a more eleborate version of B-Boys or Gotobeds. Then at their most melodic and straightforward, Elsewhere is the kind of anthemic oldschool indie rock smasher rarely encountered these days.Album-Stream →