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Joey Fourr - Playy

'Something slinky for the weekend? '

Rob Bravery - Broom Cupboard

'Hints of Richard Swift meets Sondre Lerche (plus maybe a touch of Ed Harcourt) in Broom Cupboard, the new single from Bristolian artist Rob Bravery. '

Gengahr - Tired Eyes

'Just to show that they are brimming with ideas and spare material, Gengahr surprise us all with a brand new EP. This is Gengahr, no doubt: Bushe’s high-pitched misty vocals and jangling guitars all delivered...

Spirit Animal - Regular World

Heavy on the riffage from the outset, Regular World reveals more strands of considerable interest than you might expect after the first couple of bars.

Sports - Get Bummed Out

Wild, ebullient garage indie-pop deserves a place in everyone's heart. Especially when it's as captivating and distractingly melodious as Get Bummed Out, the new single from Sports.

Mountains of the Moon - Translucent Amber

Translucent Amber is the debut release by Swedish folk rock band Mountains of the Moon. As debuts go, it's up there with the loveliest and the warmest.

Wedding - Ruth

Ruth is the first track from the self-titled debut EP by Wedding. It's warm and nostalgic, just the way analogue intended.

Swerve - Everything

As everything develops, a little extra riff gets added here, a harmony is dropped in there, and new vocal melodies are found here, there and everywhere.

Cavalry - Soak

Atmosphere. By God there's some of it floating around at the start of Soak, the new track from Liverpool's Cavalry.

Lila Rose - This Could Be Ha

On This Could Be Ha, Lila Rose plays it intense once more, with another dramatic and fierce single and cinematic video.

Butterfly Child - Lost in These Machines

For anyone into the melodic end of the shoegazing and dream pop spectrum, the sound of Lost in These Machines - a new track from Butterfly Child - dropping languidly from the heavens 17 years...

Spectres - Spectre

Here's "not the Spectre theme" by "not Sam Smith". I'm sure we can all agree that it would have made a better choice.

Cheatahs - Signs to Lorelei

Cheatahs have shared Signs to Lorelei, a new track from their forthcoming second album, Mythologies, due out at the end of next month.

Mainland - Not As Cool As Me

From the opening words - "Girl you suck!" - it's pretty clear where Not As Cool As Me is going, emotionally speaking. And goes and goes, and doesn't let up.

Delamere - Heart

Stoke's Delamere have gone sincere and gone big on their fourth release, Heart. A huge, clean, guitar and synth driven indie-pop anthem, it demands to be heard and repeated.

King Colour - You Just Don't Know It Yet

Take a little funk, a little of that Mac DeMarco guitar wobble, and a little personal confession and the result is You Just Don’t Know It Yet, the fourth single from Sydney's King Colour.

Pumarosa - Priestess

Priestess, you dance, you dance, you dance is the nagging, bewitching chant from Muñoz-Newsome as electronics and guitars meld and the groove sweeps you along, the drone somehow never muddying the waters.

Saltwater Sun - Making Eyes

Having made waves with their debut release Habit On My Mind earlier in the year, Saltwater Sun have announced the follow-up, Making Eyes. Both tracks, along with the title track, feature on the band's debut...

Intertwine - My Only Lie is Silence

My Only Lie is Silence is the second single from electro-ambient Norwegian artist and architect Tarjei Ekelund, aka Intertwine. Tarjei is open about his own introverted nature, and admits this personal song examines just that....

Pretty City - Melt

Melt is at the heavy, gritty end of shoegaze. Its nu-gaze smashed on the rocks textures are ones you might find in the crater of an active supervolcano.