This week: mutant punks The Intelligence, Melbourne, Australia's Terry, a new EP from Jorge Elbrecht (Violens, Lansing-Dreiden), Jane Church (ex-Spires), and Ben Stiller's high school post-punk band (not a joke).
This week: great indiepop label Slumberland Records is doing a singles club for its 30th anniversary; an essential Fall compilation is getting its first-ever U.S. vinyl release; plus The Brian Jonestown Massacre, Kelley Stoltz, and Warm Drag (Oh Sees / K-holes).
This week in the Basement: Super Furry Animals frontman Gruff Rhys, shouty UK punk from Dog Chocolate and Slumb Party, aggressively loud Australian band Deaf Wish, and a very smooth cocktail of Brazilian soft-rock disco.
This week in the Indie Basement we've got the new solo album from The Clean's Hamish Kilgour; French artist (and former Melody's Echo Chamber bandmember) Halo Maud; a new '50s exotica compilation from The Numero Group; balaeric pop from Australia; and debauched party rock from Warmduscher (featuring members of Fat White Family and Childhood).
This week in the Indie Basement: influential C86 comp gets another sequel; the crisp-but-melted pop of Chicago's Deeper, plus new singles from Smokescreens (members of Terry Malts), Sweden's Les Big Byrd, and Arp.
This week in the Indie Basement: Simian Mobile Disco's glorious ’Murmerations,’ cult dreampop artist Happy Rhodes, former Auteurs frontman Luke Haines, shoegazers Film School, pop ironists TV Girl, and Montreal synthpop band Paupière.
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