Hausu – ‘Kool Off’

HAUSU - 'KOOL OFF'

Blistering new rock release from Portland’s Hausu, the four piece are all over the intergoogle with their debut LP ‘Total’ (out this week via Hardly Art). Catch the full album stream via Spin or pick up the white wax here. The folks at Stereogum premiered the video (below) and are already calling it an album of the year contender.

 
Hausu – ‘Kool Off’

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Unnatural Helpers – 'Hate Your Teachers'

This is dangerous music. Very dangerous. The kind of classic punk rock energy that’ll have me doing something crazy. Like shutting down without emptying the recycle bin…or even the spam folder! Whilst I may be a joke, Seattle’s Unnatural Helpers are definitely not. Pick up ‘Hate Your Teachers’ on Unnatural Helpers new LP ‘Land Grab’ via Hardly Art on September 25 (order here).

 

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Seapony – ‘Prove To Me’

Nylon Mag have premiered Seapony‘s new single ‘Prove To Me’ from their forthcoming album ‘Falling’, due September 11 via Hardly Art. Download a free copy via Soundcloud.  Its a delicate twee pop tune in keeping with their last single ‘What You Wanted’ (pre-orders here).

 

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Black Marble – ‘A Great Design’

We’ve all seen Drive right? You’ve probably lapped up the soundtrack too? If you liked that then Black Marble‘s latest ‘A Great Design’ isn’t more than a stone’s throw from it. The Brooklyn-based synth pop act released their ‘Weight Against The Door’ EP back in January and are following it up with the debut LP ‘A Different Arrangement’ on October 9 via Hardly Art (pre-order here).

 

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Broken Water – 'When You Said'

The brilliant final track ‘When You Said’ from Broken Water‘s new record ‘Tempest’. Complete with pitch questionable guitars, vocals… pretty much everything! The opening acoustic guitar pops out (on an album of mass distortion) then there’s the wall of sound and grungey swagger, it doesn’t get much more rock n’ roll than this – love it!

 

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Broken Water – ‘Underground’

Broken Water have unveiled their second single ‘Underground’ from their new record ‘Tempest’ (due May 29 via Hardly Art). The Washington trio produce raw rock tunes that rattle between punk, noise and drone. ‘Underground’ sounds like early Sonic Youth on steroids.

 

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