Do Nothing post visuals for new single Glueland

Posted on 30 Nov 2020 at 9:51am
The new Do Nothing single came out on their own Exact Truth label earlier this month.

Do Nothing have posted their Citizen Kane-influenced visuals for Glueland, directed by Joe Wheatley.

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Album Review: Various Artists – Brits & Pieces

Posted on 30 Nov 2020 at 8:41am

Brits & Pieces is a new collection born of social media.

Here is an album which proves that anything is possible with passion, enthusiasm and hard work.

Nearly two years ago, a 90s indie fan set up a Twitter account with a view to sharing memories, merchandise and anything else from the decade.

Primarily centred (but not exclusively) around Britpop, Marc Rossiter’s feed quickly became a treasure trove for fans of the era, especially through his wealth of personal photographs of luminaries from the era.

As the account gained more and more followers, new bands were recommended to Rossiter and, inspired by the Shine series, he took it upon himself to release a compilation album of independent British artists.

Now, with the tracks having been mastered by Nick Brine (engineer of (What’s The Story) Morning Glory? and The Stone Roses’ Second Coming), the CD is available to purchase from Rough Trade, with all profits being distributed to the bands equally.

Track Of The Week: The Lounge Society – Burn The Heather

Posted on 28 Nov 2020 at 7:08am
Stay right up-to-date with The Lounge Society and all of Live4ever’s favourite new tracks by following our New Music Guide playlist over on Spotify.
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Review: Laundromat – Green EP

Posted on 27 Nov 2020 at 8:19am

The second of three EPs planned by Laundromat into 2021 is out today.

Following on from the earlier Blue EP (see what he did there?), Meet Me In St Louis frontman Toby Hayes unveils more bedroom recordings.

Like its predecessor, the charm in this EP lies in its intimate, lo-fi textures and its intense, in-your-ear vocals. With 6 Music support from Lauren Lavern and Steve Lamacq already under his belt, anticipation builds with each new release from the Brighton man.

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Nuha Ruby Ra shares Sparky from new EP How To Move

Posted on 27 Nov 2020 at 7:28am
Nuha Ruby Ra has been playing live shows along side the likes of Fat White Family and Amyl & The Sniffers.

Nuha Ruby Ra‘s new EP How To Move has been set for release next year after she signed to Brace Yourself Records.

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Dry Cleaning debut new single Scratchcard Lanyard

Posted on 19 Nov 2020 at 8:26am
It’s the first Dry Cleaning release for 4AD.

After the Sweet Princess and Boundary Road Snacks And Drinks EPs put their name firmly on the packed list of exciting new talents to emerge during 2019, Dry Cleaning have set up home on a new label with their latest track Scratchcard Lanyard.

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Track Of The Week: CIEL – All My Life

Posted on 14 Nov 2020 at 8:14am
Stay right up-to-date with CIEL and all of Live4ever’s favourite new tracks by following our New Music Guide playlist over on Spotify!

Our editor’s choice of the new tracks which have come in this week is All My Life, the follow-up to their debut EP Movement from Brighton-based CIEL.

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Warbly Jets are back with new single NASA

Posted on 09 Nov 2020 at 8:58am

Warbly Jets have unveiled NASA, the band’s first new music since 2019’s Propaganda EP and their stripping back to the core of Samuel Shea and Julien O’Neill.

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Album Of The Week: The Last Dinosaur – Wholeness

Posted on 07 Nov 2020 at 7:47am

Highlight of the albums reviewed on these pages during the past seven days is Wholeness, the third from James Cameron as The Last Dinosaur – here’s your chance to revisit the review and check out the album via Spotify:

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Track Of The Week: Yard Act – Peanuts

Posted on 07 Nov 2020 at 5:34am

Our pick of the week’s new tracks is Peanuts, the latest extract of wonderfully idiosyncratic storytelling from Yard Act‘s James Smith.

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