Articulating your love life better than you ever could, London trio DAUGHTERcaptivate audiences with their introspective lyrics and Explosions In the Sky-like holds that transport you between the intimacy of a living room performance and the reach of a stadium. In the few short years since they came together, Elena, Igor and Remi have delivered two […]
Fans of intelligent, crystalline pop music have fallen hard for CHVRCHES, the Glaswegian trio led by charismatic frontwoman Lauren Mayberry and flanked by Iain Cook and Martin Doherty. Their brilliant debut The Bones of What You Believe is out now and they’re evidently incapable of producing anything other than whip-smart, hook-laden synth pop (see: singles ‘Recover’, ‘Gun’, ‘The Mother […]
What better way to celebrate our music-themed S/S13 issue of Another Man than to invite the brilliant talent from the issue to nominate the track they can’t stop listening to right now? From cover star Alex Turner to emerging British talent such as Toy, Is Tropical and Swim Deep and Jake Bugg and celebrated heroes […]
King Tuff‘s mixtape is exactly what you suspect it might be. Bookended by titans of english metal. Garage, Boston hardcore, powerviolence on the shelf between them. It’s a rock reading list. An education in how he gets those sweet, sweet sounds out of Jazijoo. Kyle took a little time while alone and stoned to put […]
There have been a lot of whispers and rumours about Thom Yorke’s Atoms for Peace project since the band formed in 2009 to play The Eraser live. In the new issue of Dazed & Confused, the fabled frontman clears up the speculation surrounding Amok, his first group album outside of Radiohead, with one of his […]
Summer daze is nearly over. Keep things hot with this mix of psych, garage and rock & roll. Play at maximum volume. Tracklist: Wire / Three Girl Rhumba Bass Drum of Death / Get Found The Hazards / Hey Joe Au Pairs / It’s Obvious Ty Segall / Girlfriend The Groupies / Primitive Black Bug […]
SHOWstudio continues to celebrate the inextricable link between music and fashion by inviting fashion’s great and good to compile their own ‘greatest hits’ playlists. ‘Fashion Mix’ throws down a stylish gauntlet to designers, models, journalists and photographers to select their own favourite tracks to share, with a new selection posted onto the site each week. […]
Good Morning Songs 2012 by Dorfman on Mixcloud . For your mornings on the way to work, sure to get you in a great mood. Tracklist:: 1. may your heart be the map – epic45 2. i’m getting ready – michael kiwanuka 3. song for you -alex murdoch 4. all i need – air 5. […]
Field Day Radio Episode 3 by Field Day Radio on Mixcloud Field Day Radio is back for its third installment with Tom Baker and Folded Wing. This time round, Tom chats with Alex and Paul from Franz Ferdinand, in their only interview this year! We also have a very special mix courtesy of Liars, ahead […]
Tracklist: 1) Ole Mossy Face – Calls and Walls 2) The Carter Administration – Tomorrow’s Whiskey Today 3) Ghostfinger – Moon 4) Hands Down Eugene – Full Blast 5) The Clutters – Clash City Girl 6) D. Striker – She’s Livin’ On Credit Cards 7) Apollo Up – Saw Her Standing There 8) The Alcohol […]
They’ve come a long way from Mr. Brightside (although that is still one of my most favorite anthems), The Killers will be rocking at Berlin Festival 2012 in September. Body dives and tears are foreseen. Here’s a taste of their live set. Check out THE SOURCE.
Sam French just sent over this opener mix, a perfect complement to the Heavy Warmup series with lots of 70s and 80s rock and swagged-out glamorous shit. Lots of surprises, no tracklist, warming it up like Kane. Check out THE SOURCE.
Third and last installment of the TSYNY (The Sound of Young New York, if you’re new to the program). This one opens with TOXIC and has a more raw, garage sound to it. Have a hear so you actually know what I’m talking about. Check out THE SOURCE.
Here is a mega-mix of some first wave shoegaze tracks stemming mainly from the UK (except for one from the US and one from…Czech Republic!). I strayed away from some of the obvious classics like My Bloody Valentine, Lush, Ride, Chapterhouse, The Telescopes, etc and dug into the crates from some of the more obscure […]
Kasabian’s hitting Lion City soon. Do you deserve a pair of tickets? Let us know why by leaving a comment on the Kasabian thread HERE. End of the competition is on Monday, 6 Feb at 12 noon so keep the creative answers coming! In the meantime, listen to this! Something heavy… ‘Til then hombres!
Welcome to the Victorian English Gentlemens Club – Both tracks featured are taken from the Cardiff trio’s third album ‘Bag of Meat’. The Victorian English Gentlemens Club – AA Single by thisisfakediy
FACT mix 270 is by The Horrors. Get psychedelic with this mix. Source FACT mix 270 – The Horrors (Aug ’11) by RIGHTCLICKA
No.1: Powderfinger - Odyssey Number Five “Odyssey Number Five was the 4th studio album released by Powderfinger. It was made ten years into the band’s career. The success of their previous albums Internationalist andDouble Allergic meant that they could now comfortably take time off from touring to focus on writing and recording. For the first time, the band […]
No.2: Silverchair – Frogstomp “In 1994, a young trio from Newcastle called The Innocent Criminals won a demo comp run by the SBS TV show Nomad. It gave the winning band recording time in the triple j studios. Daniel Johns, Ben Gillies and Chris Joannou were just 14 years old when their song ‘Tomorrow’ won […]
“The anticipation around Azari & III‘s upcoming self-titled album is growing. NME have already named it the best house album of the year, and we’re inclined to agree. August 12 is the date you’ll be able to make up your own mind. In the meantime, take a listen to the ‘Shimmers’ mixtape Alphonse Alixander III has […]
No.3: AC/DC – Back In Black “After lead singer Bon Scott was found dead from alcohol poisoning in February 1980, AC/DC debated whether they should disband or finish what was to be their 7th album. They decided to honour Scott’s memory and the songs that he’d started co-writing for it and introduce a new front […]
No.05: Inxs – Kick “When INXS delivered their 6th album, the head of Atlantic Records (their USA label) told them there were no singles and to get back in the studio and start again. But after the global success of the single ‘What You Need’, the band felt they had every reason to be confident […]
No.06: Powderfinger – Internationalist “Powderfinger had built a big following with their 5x Platinum Double Allergic. But it was really Internationalist that attracted the legion of fans they have to this day and cemented their leading place in the Australian music scene. Their third album was the first to enlist US producer Nick DiDia. He would work […]