Joanna Gruesome & Perfect Pussy Plan Split 7”
Joanna Gruesome and Perfect Pussy will release a split 7″ later this autumn together with an accompanying comic book.
Perfect Pussy’s contribution is a cover of the Sugarcubes’ Leash Called Love, while Joanna Gruesome offer a cover of their own, …And Keep Reaching for Those Stars by I Hate Myself as well as a new track, Psykick Espionage.
Stream them both below.
Some New Videos
A few tasty new videos have come our way in the past few days. Here are five of the best of them from The Pack A.D., Tom Williams & The Boat, Teleman, Beechwood, and Imogen Heap.
New Single From Post War Glamour Girls
Yorkshire four-piece, Post War Glamour Girls are back with a new single Gustave / Lolong via Too Pure on the 1st September.
Lolong also features Billy Mason Wood from Blacklisters as a special guest, here’s what the band had to say about Billy’s part in the new release;
“Billy plays the part of ‘Lolong’ who is the largest crocodile in captivity and he’s having a conversation through the bars of…
New Single From Wild Smiles
Wild Smiles will release their debut album, Always Tomorrow, on Sunday Best Recordings on 27th October. The fast-rising trio, comprising brothers Chris and Joe Peden with drummer Ben Cook, have also released their new single, Never Wanted This, today.
Taking in elements of Beach Boys surf pop, Velvet Underground drones, Jesus & Mary Chain low-fi garage clatter and Nirvanafilth, they manage to…
New Video: Dumb - Still I’m Stuck
Dumb hit the road to film their new retro video for current single Still I’m Struck found on their debut EP Chew Me Up, Spit Me Out, that is released tomorrow via Tip Top/One Beat.
The band have an intriguing and contrasting mix of raw, punkish attitude and awkward indie reticence, but the really good news is the goldfish wasn’t hurt in the making of the film.
The inflatable crocodile didn’t make…
Video: Christian Lee Hutson - Ghost To Coast
Christian Lee Hutson, 24-year-old Nashville-via-Los Angeles singer-songwriter rooted in country tradition and vibrating with youthful energy (think a drunk and sedentary George Jones being channeled through a drunk and animated Conor Oberst), is spending the summer on tour in support of his forthcoming sophomore album Yeah Okay, I Know.
The album is being released digitally in installments…
Six Songs You Should Have Heard This Week
Broncho - What
May McDonough & Company - bullyboywithaglasseye
Neo-psychedelic-sex-punk band May McDonough & Company from Orange, CA, recently released their new full length album Bullyboywithaglasseye. They describe themselves as “kinda like Thee Oh Sees - meets- The Growlers - meets- Jefferson Airplane“. Sounds mighty fine to us.
Take a listen to Wrap Around Porch… they might even have sold themselves a little short!
Buy from Bandcamp here.