Looking for some free new music to tide you over this weekend? Well you’re in the right place with the Live4ever Ezine‘s New Tunes guide. We’ve sorted through our packed inbox over the last seven days to offer up the best in mp3s, Soundcloud links and YouTube videos for your viewing and listening pleasure. Check out previous editions of the New Tunes Guide here.
“‘The Light’ is taken from ‘Towards the Sun’, Alexi Murdoch’s second full-length record to date, and the follow-up to the 2006 release ‘Time Without Consequence’. The latter cemented Murdoch as a “Top Ten Artist to Watch” according to Rolling Stone and NPR Music called the 2006 effort “a timeless folk-pop record that’s likely to endure”.”
“After spending the bulk of the past year on the road in support of last November’s excellent Sports LP on Slumberland Records, Weekend have also been hard at work on their followup record. Prior to their European tour in July, the band spent three weeks in the studio with producer Monte Vallier crafting their new EP, simply titled Red.”
Exclusive new remix from Bombay Bicycle Club of brand new Givers single ‘Meantime’. ‘Meantime’ is taken from Givers’ forthcoming debut album ‘In Light’, which is released on 10th October via Island Records.
Billy Vincent are set to release their new EP, ‘Once On The Grand Union’ through Something Nothing Records on October 17th – another set of zealous tracks that showcase a seamless progression from the rousing compositions of previous EP, ‘King Island Coyote’.
Other Lives announced details of their next batch of UK shows last week. The new St Giles In The Fields show will bring a fantastic year for the band to a brilliant climax. Besides their recent sold-out London shows (at The Lexington and Hoxton Bar & Kitchen respectively), Other Lives have toured the UK throughout the summer, playing before huge audiences at Green Man and Summer Sundae, topping off the festival season with an enthusiastically received End of The Road festival appearance at the start of the month.
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