Bright and buzzing, personable as it rushes, “Hammer” is the joyous, inviting and brand-new single from Washington, D.C.’s Bacchae. The Pleasure Vision album from which it is taken arrives courtesy of femme/queer/trans-owned label Get Better Records on March 6th. Digital versions of it are available to pre-order from the band’s Bandcamp page, while electric-blue vinyl versions can be found here.
Far Enough is the name of the new album from Melbourne’s Cable Ties, and from it they’ve just loosed the pointed, kinetic “Sandcastles”. The album is released on March 27th by the mighty Merge Records. You can pre-order amber-and-black-swirl-vinyl, black-vinyl, CD and digital editions of it from them now, and it’s available from the band’s Bandcamp page, too.
Scratchy as it smolders, “Subway Jane” is the slyly-tuneful, scintillating and just-unleashed single from Birmingham, England’s wonderful Cherry Pickles. The track is one half of their new double-A-side release Black Hole b/w Subway Jane. Out on Flying Vinyl, you can buy 7″-vinyl and digital versions of it right now from the band’s Bandcamp page.
A searing, sinewy transmission, “Let’s Go To Mars” is a rough-and-tumble celebration and the blood-pumping new single from Austin’s The Ghost Wolves. This is the A-side to the Let’s Go To Mars b/w Last Man single that they release through Dirty Water Records on February 7th. You can order 7″-vinyl and digital versions of it from the band’s Bandcamp page now.
Directly spoken as it rumbles, it packs a punch both sonically and lyrically. “Tell Them Where To Go” is the raucous, roaring and essential brand-new single from Melbourne’s Cable Ties. Just re-released care of Merge Records, you can download the Tell Them Where To Go / Choking To Chose single right now from the band’s Bandcamp page.
Austin’s The Ghost Wolves have just unleashed the electrifying new video for their searing track “Fist”, one animated by the band’s own Carley Wolf. It’s taken from their recently-released Crooked Cop b/w Fist & Day Will Follow The Dawn 7″. You can buy the vinyl version of it from Third Man Records, while the digital version is available from the band’s Bandcamp page.
A New Wave reverie, its comforting distortion and roiling tunefulness hisses with a wave-like kindness. “Not What You Need” is the smart and vibrant new single from Cincinnati, Ohio’s Leggy, one taken from the Let Me Know Your Moon LP that they released through Sheer Luck Records earlier this year. You can order vinyl, CD and digital versions of it from the band’s Bandcamp page now.
Featuring legends Paul Leary of Butthole Surfers and Josh Freese of Devo, “Get Jealous” is the brawny, boisterous and absolutely-wonderful brand-new single from Stockholm’s ShitKid. Their forthcoming LP Duo Limbo/”Mellan himmel å helvete” collects the tracks they recorded in California with Punk titans Melvins and in Austin with Paul Leary, and it will be released on January 24th. Out care of PNKSLM, you can pre-order black-vinyl, black-and-white-vinyl and digital versions of it from the band’s Bandcamp page now.
Fierce and ominous, “I’m The Man” is the rumbling, shifting and dynamic brand-new single from Savages’ Jehnny Beth. You can find assorted streaming links for it right here, and it also appears on the Peaky Blinkers original soundtrack. Out from November 15th, you can order vinyl and CD editions of that now. Via Les inRocks.
Rich both with vintage Rock-and-Roll melodies and irony, “Dream Boy” is the muscled, honeyed and brand-new single from Lili Trifilio’s Beach Bunny. The track is taken from their forthcoming Honeymoon LP. Out courtesy of Mom + Pop on February 14th, you can pre-order CD, digital, vinyl and cassette editions of it from the band’s Bandcamp page now.