june/july

june/july

the wonderfully named Psychedelic Porn Crumpets were one of my favourites these past few months. The Australian band is like a break-neck Tame Impala, with some timeless riffs that you can't help but hum along with. Easy Life also impressed this month with one of the best live gigs I've ever seen at Truck festival. i mean, when you can part a crowd with a saxophone, you must be doing something right. use this link if safari's being stupid      

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may

may

new albums from Mac DeMarco and Tyler are the main headlines this month, but a drawling debut album from the Viagra Boys is a personal favourite; drawing from their self-titled "ugly gonzo post punk" genre. i also discovered this month that contrary to popular belief, The Animals do have songs other than House of the Rising Sun use this link if safari's being stupid      

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april

april

a hard-hitting yet strangely poetic debut album from Dublin band FONTAINES D.C was a must listen this month. look out for Fat White Family too, who showcase a fascinating blend of rock-and-roll, country, and psychedelia in their third album Serfs Up! use this link if safari's being stupid    

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march

march

exciting times. new albums from Mac and Tame Impala?  remember the name Crows - they debut their bludgeoning first album "Silver Tounges". keep tabs on Camden artist Bakar too, as he fuses guitar music with any genre he can get his hands on. use this link if safari's being stupid    

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february

february

"one of the few bands who lived their values rather than just singing about them".  a punky playlist with both essential listening and emerging talents that are putting their own twists on the genre.  use this link if safari's being stupid      

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