DAMEFRISØR return with new single “Do You Think I’m Special”

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Damefrisor band photo. Photo by Amia Ocean

It’s been 19 months since Bristol-based sextet Damefrisor’s last release, and the world has indelibly shifted. Accordingly, as has their music. The unsettling atmosphere of earlier songs such as ‘And You Know’ and ‘Huile’ persists, yet their inherent characteristics of blurred and bleary shoegaze obscurity have been tapered; tightened. ‘Do You Think I’m Special’, released… Read more »

Bootlicking LUNCH MONEY LIFE’s new E.P. ‘Tarmac The Lake’

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Lunch Money Life - Tarmac The Lake

Bootlickers by name, Bootlickers by nature: Underground’s new radio show is all about applauding and advocating creativity; exciting, emerging and experimental. Our latest bootlicking guests were London-based instrumental outfit, Lunch Money Life. Hot on the heels of their latest EP ‘Tarmac the Lake’, we caught up with brothers Spencer and Jack to talk of the… Read more »

Online culture and offline music: the cold-wave commentary of DEEP TAN

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Deep Tan band photo - Underground blog

A year of locked-in, locked-down living has seen an even mightier digital transference of conduct, and no band seems to have better articulated this cyber-spaced existence than Hackney-based trio Deep Tan. Implementing sparse, jagged guitar lines to chronicle deep dives in the dark web, the three-piece traverse an online disposition with lyrical content spanning meme… Read more »

INDUSTRY STANDARD on their apocalyptic new release ‘Abstract Doom’

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Industry Standard band photo - Underground blog

Bootlickers by name, Bootlickers by nature: Underground’s new radio show is all about applauding and advocating creativity; exciting, emerging and experimental. The next instalment, to be broadcast on the 10th of August, 2-4PM on Soho Radio’s Culture Channel, features some playlist picks from London-based rabble-rousers, Industry Standard. Sounding as if Su Tissue was fronting a… Read more »

Bootlicking POZI & their new single ‘Detainer Man’

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Pozi Photo by Guy Bolangaro Underground blog

Bootlickers by name, Bootlickers by nature: Underground’s new radio show is all about applauding and advocating creativity; exciting, emerging and experimental, with the latest instalment featuring Halifax-based trio The Orielles, and London-based trio Pozi. Having their name from a drill-bit, it seems fitting that Pozi’s musical offerings are screwed tight with a precise, menacing verve…. Read more »

Bootlicking THE ORIELLES’ self-scored short film ‘La Vita Olistica’

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Underground Music blog The Orielles British Subculture

Bootlickers by name, Bootlickers by nature: Underground’s new radio show is all about applauding and advocating creativity; exciting, emerging and experimental. Our latest bootlicking guests are the Halifax-based trio The Orielles, hot on the heels of releasing their self-scored, self-written and self-directed short film ‘La Vita Olistica.’ Instead of resorting to a lock-down of twiddling… Read more »

On breaking apart and breaking through: Dead Nature’s debut album

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Dead Nature interview Album cover art Underground Soundwave blog

Shedding his Spring King skin, Tarek Musa is back with a bombastic debut solo record ‘Watch Me Break Apart’ under the guise of Dead Nature. Anthemic in sound and subject, Musa has catapulted his experiences as a producer into this new project, breaking down and building up personal and societal anxieties in fuzzy songs ripe… Read more »