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DISCOPUNK | ANTONIO AMERICA
No underlying themes, no hidden agendas, Discopunk make disco-punk and oh is it good. New single ‘Antonio America’ combines grungy post-punk with electro-disco pop, to create a hazy distorted sound. Driven by the pulsating bassline, guitar riffs and electronic undertones, this track even manages to give the cowbell a spotlight that totally works, who’d have thought…It’s fun, funky and we can’t wait to see what comes next from these guys.
J CHURCHER | YESTERDAY
Londoner, J Churcher is making his presence felt with dark new single ‘Yesterday’. With brooding vocals describing the break down of a relationship, alongside distorted guitars and echoey drums, this track is given a dense emotional sound.
B BOYS | GET A GRIP
Post-Punk Brooklyn trio, B Boys have dropped ‘Get a Grip’ ahead of their EP ‘No Worry, No Mind’. Rough around the edges, it’s a solid slab of guitar rock. With heavy guitar riffs and chanted vocals, this track is filled with angst and creates a head banging wall of sound.
DRANGSAL | ALLAN ALIGN
Bringing back 80s wave pop, Max Gruber aka Drangsal has released new single ‘Allan Align’. Combining techno with post-punk the polished single is packed with catchy guitar riffs, slick vocals and electronic tones. With an impressive sound, Drangsal sounds like an early version of The Cure, and we can’t wait to see what this mysterious artist has lined up next.
THE MODERN STRANGERS | MARGARITA
Debut single ‘Margarita’ from ‘The Modern Strangers’ is crafted to perfection. With hints of indie pop, psych, disco and rock it feels like they’ve got a little bit of everything in this track, but it still works. Combining falsetto vocals with funky guitar riffs, oh and another cowbell solo, it’s catchy and we can’t get enough.