Deafcult – ‘Deafcult’ [EP]


Deafcult are a fresh collective from Brisbane who produce ear bleeding noise pop and shoegaze. Their seven track debut landed this week, and it comes highly recommended! The six piece features current and former members of Nuclear Summer, Roku Music and The Gifthorse. ‘Throwing Sparks’ and ‘Akira’ are amazing tracks. Stream this puppy now…

Deafcult – ‘Deafcult’ [EP Stream]

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Little Child Man – ‘Mini Makeout!’


California’s Little Child Man have delivered a trippy new EP called ‘Delicious Octopus Gum!‘, it’s well cosmic! The foursome venture into experimental territory with washed out instrumentals, psych pop gems and 60s nostalgia. It’s loads of fun and it’ll keep you guessing. I particularly like the way ‘Thimble Man’ and ‘Mini Makeout!’ work together. Underrated listening.

Little Child Man – ‘Mini Makeout!’

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Everyone But Me – ‘Isn’t Far’


Everyone But Me released their debut EP this week, and it’s worth checking out. The five track collection is full of epic shoegaze anthems with loads of charm. The Ohio-based duo (Nick Bain and Jason Grady) formed in 2013, and have been polishing these tunes for the past year. Their efforts have paid off, thumbs up!

Everyone But Me – ‘Isn’t Far’ [EP Stream]

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Grave Pool – ‘Through The Skylight’


This time last year Grave Pool posted a brilliant cover of Another Sunny Day’s ‘You Should All Be Murdered”. Remember? No? Eitherway, his debut full length ‘Mnemonics’ is out (via 80s Ladies Records) and it doesn’t disappoint. The Nashville solo artist (Devan Köchersperger) effortlessly blends jangle and dream pop into beautiful tunes like this one.

Grave Pool – ‘Through The Skylight’

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Mirror Days – ‘Never Home’


L.A’s Graham Harrington (aka Mirror Days) returned to his hometown of Detroit, Michigan to record a split with Kip Carie’s solo project (Sardonic Sunshine). The result speaks for itself, it’s beautiful work. Mirror Days should sit well with fans of The Radio Dept, whereas Kip’s work is more of a fuzz explosion! Grab a download here.

Mirror Days – ‘Never Home’

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