In the Pharmacy #69 – December 2014

Is this the last chance to hear great new music from 2014? Thirteen of the best tracks from the last weeks – indie rock and pop flaunting post-punk, folk, electronic and punk influences…includes a lovely Elliott Smith cover from Marissa Nadler.

Sleater-Kinney ‘Surface Envy’
Second track to emerge from the recently reformed band’s first album in nine years No Cities to Love (due out on Sub Pop, January 20, 2015).
[Sleater-Kinney]

Parkay Quarts ‘Slide Machine’
Another track from Parquet Courts alter-ego band. Taken from Content Nausea (Out now on What’s Your Rupture?).
[Parkay Quarts]

The Wharves ‘Left, Right and Centre’
Opening track from the London-based trio’s debut album, one of the best of 2014.
[The Wharves]

Hannah Diamond ‘Every Night’
Featured back in May (ITP #56) with ‘Attachment’, here’s more irresistible, synth pop from the PC Music associated Londoner.
[Hannah Diamond]

American Wrestlers ‘I Can Do No Wrong’
Lo-fi guitar pop “from unindentified Missouri-based Scotsman”.
[American Wrestlers]

The Decemberists ‘Anti-Summer Song’
Another track from their forthcoming 2015 album What a Terrible World, What a Beautiful World due out in January.
[The Decemberists]

Hamilton Leithauser ‘Room For Forgiveness’
The former Walkmen frontman’s Black Hours is one of this year’s best albums, this is a non-album track available for free download from Soundlcoud.
[Hamilton Leithauser]

The Primitives’ Working Isn’t Working For Me’
Paul Court sung number from the excellent new Primitives album Spin-o-rama.
[The Primitives]

The Drink ‘Playground’
Derbhla Minogue from The Wharves other band. Taken from Company, the new album that compiles their first three EPs.
[The Drink]

Interpol ‘What Is What’
Free download of non-album track available now.
[Interpol]

Purity Ring ‘Push Pull’

First new music since their excellent debut album from the Canadian electronic pop duo.
[Purity Ring]

Marissa Nadler ‘Pitseleh’
Cover of the Elliott Smith song, available on the digital only demos and rarities EP Before July.
[Marissa Nadler]

Angel Olsen ‘May As Well’
Taken from the recently released deluxe edition of Burn Your Fire For No Witness.
[Angel Olsen]

One thought on “In the Pharmacy #69 – December 2014

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