New music from the US, UK and Sweden. Post-punk, art rock, indie folk, southern rock, electronic pop, garage rock, indie rock, experimental pop, dream pop. New tracks from Bueno, Warehouse, Ryley Walker, Drive By Truckers, Misun, The Mystery Lights, Local Natives, Lully, Johnny Foreigner, Cheena, Nite Jewel, Sat. Nite Duets, Cass McCombs, Tuskha (pictured), and The Amazing.
Bueno ‘Eye On The Cards’
Staten Island band channel post punk and 70s art rock on this track from their forthcoming album Illuminate Your Room (August 19 Babe City / Exploding In Sound).
Atlanta band with a track from their forthcoming second album Super Low (Bayonet Records, September 30).
Ryley Walker ‘The Roundabout’
Saw Ryley Walker twice when he was over in Australia back in January. Don’t think he played anything from Primrose Green, but he did play a bunch of unreleased stuff which sounded great. This track in particular stood out, so glad it’s going to be on the new record Golden Sings That Have Been Sung (August 19, Dead Oceans).
Rave-pop from LA-via-DC outfit fronted by Misun Wojcik.
The Mystery Lights ‘Too Many Girls’
New York garage rock band signed to Daptone’s new rock imprint Wick. Taken from the album Follow Me Home (out now).
[The Mystery Lights]
Local Natives ‘Fountain of Youth’
Taken from forthcoming third album Sunlit Youth (September 9).
Lully ’Slow D’s’
Irresistible experimental pop from mysterious UK artist.
Johnny Foreigner ‘Cliffjumper’
Self-aware Birmingham band that “blew [our] chance of being famous 8 years ago” prove they’ve still got it on new album Mono No Aware (out now, Alcopop).
From the NYC band’s Spend The Night With… album (August 5, Sacred Bones)
Nite Jewel ‘Boo Hoo’
From the LA electronic pop artist’s third album Liquid Cool (out now, Gloriette).
Sat. Nite Duets ‘TAFKA Salieri’
Milwaukee indie rockers with a track from their Air Guitar album (Father/Daughter, September 16)
[Sat. Nite Duets]
Cass McCombs ‘Run Sister Run’
Reggae-tinged number from McCombs’ ninth album Mangy Love (Anti-, August 26).
Tuskha ‘The Shine’
Phil Moore of Bowerbirds with a track from the debut of his electronic side/solo project.
The Amazing ‘Floating’
Dreampop from Sweden.