UK indie poppers Karma Club will release their debut EP ‘Smile, It’s Good For You’ at the end of March. Likened to Bombay Bicycle Club, The Cure and a few other British indie pop acts, the EP brings four tracks of busy basslines and soaring lead guitars.
The name Shane Henry might not be instantly familiar, but the US blues man has a career spanning fifteen years. An independent musician, Henry has opened shows for Edwin McCain, Etta James and the legendary BB King. His upcoming album is produced in part by Dave Matthews Band studio hand David Ryan Harris.
You can listen to the new track in full via the below embedded stream. A full press release can be read further down the page.
It may have been a while since the release of the last Posies album (‘Solid States’, released on Lojinx Records in the summer of ’16), but the legendary power pop band are still on the promotion trail.
Posies mainstays Jon Auer and Ken Stringfellow – along with the rest of the band – have a few Spanish live dates confirmed for May 2017.
The dates are as follows:
- May 24 Porta Caeli Valladolid [tickets]
- May 25 La Iguana Vigo [tickets]
- May 26 Mardi Gras A Coruña [tickets]
- May 27 Super 8 Ferrol [tickets]
- May 28 Escenario Santander [tickets]
Cult tech metal / math metal band Animals As Leaders have issued a new video clip for ‘Cognitive Contortions’ which you can watch in full below.
In 2015, singer songwriter and power pop champion Kurt Baker capitalised on his escalating popularity in Europe by teaming up with a bunch of Spanish garage rock and bar band heroes…and Bullet Proof Lovers was born. Not so much out of necessity, but from fun, and the resulting mini-album (which had a belated US release in 2016) saw Baker tackling some of his punkiest tendencies since his days with The Leftovers.