Beat The Delete 25.05.21 (weekly new music recommendations)


Thanks for joining us for Beat The Delete #0111, bringing you 20 tracks if the freshest, shiniest, jangliest, new music that the world could ever wish for !!!
We hope you enjoy them…remember to give the one you like and indeed the music industry in generl as much fiscal / social media support that is still possible to you in these (soon to be) post-COVID landscape !!! …Let’s help maximize the chances of keeping good music around for as long as possible !!!

Death Hags

Track: Chaos Magic  From: Lathe Cut Series 2: OFF​/​ON (Don’t Give in to Fear) and Big Grey Sun #3 (album) Label: Self released Out: Now
Somehow this solo project of Los Angeles based Lola.G, manages to plant one foot firmly in garage territory, whilst inviting all manner of dreamy gaze to the fore. A truly original sound from an artist who is getting better with every release.

Glad Sisifus

Track: Drink Outside  From: Drink Outside (single)  Label: Self released Out: Now
Glad Sisifus is the solo project of the Slovak musician Nátan Mikletič, who provides a washed out, jangly ambience, that touches on the more beautiful parts of Swiss Portrait style of jangle-gaze/dream-pop and drowns it in a glorious sense of fuzzy melodic.

Dead Slow Hoot

Track: Until Your Breathing Drowns It Out  From: Until Your Breathing Drowns It Out (single) Label: Philophobia Music Out: Now
This aesthetic has a slight croon and melodic post-punk essence, reminiscent of the Editors at their best, juxtaposed with a fluttering jangled riff foundation, that justifies the pressing of every follow button you can locate.


Track: Boxing Day  From: Boxing Day (single) Label: Contract Kill Records Out: Now
One of those rare acts that find the perfect blend between the heaviest of fuzz, reverb and simpering melodies that just about force their way to the surface. This all female, Oakland duo of Jade Alcantara and Grace Bennett have the potential to be modern day contenders for a Sonic Youth crown that no-one has quite managed to grab yet.

Rhys E

Track: Find it on the News  From: Find it on the News (single) Label: Self released Out: Now
Equi-distant between Arctic Monkeys at their most Mardy Bum style melodic and the fluttering, chiming jangle of the The Laughing Chimes aesthetic. Indie Rock at its most precious, from this Manchester based five-piece.


Track: Hide Away From: A Haunting (EP) Label: Self released Out: Now
Swirling, jangly dream-pop, that takes the core aesthetic of the Cocteau Twins and washes huge swathes of fluttering jangle through the core. A sumptuous haze from this LA based duo.

Causeway Youth

Track: Hide From: This Isn’t Where I Want To Be (EP) Label: Cross Ratio Entertainment Out: Now
This all female, Singaporean duo, mix swirling, The Sundays style jangly indie-pop with the intropsection of the Mazzy Starr aesthetic. A truly stunning track / EP.

Charlyne Yi and Lem Jay

Track: Stroll  From: The Ghost (album) Label: Self released Out: Now
Ramshackle twee-pop, that flops gracefully into all thing retro C86 in its  playfulness. This, the initial union of these talented artists, hints at enormous potential for a ‘possible’ more to come.


Track: Let’s Pretend  From: Let’s Pretend (single) Label: Self released Out: Now
Washington DC four-piece, who mix the best of chiming jangle, surf pop and all of the melodic best that 60s ‘girl group’ had to offer. Everything you could want from feel good music, but infinitely cooler !!!

Shy Etiquette

Track: Any/Either  From: Any/Either (single) Label: Self released Out: Now
Staten Island based act, coursing the best of 70s pop rock persuasions through slight slight 60s inflected melodic riffs. Simply gorgeous.


Track: Or  From: Still Flat (single) Label: Green Pick Records Out: Now
This 2nd single from the forthcoming Still Flat album, mixes bedroom pop, Built To Spill fuzz and the slightest of an Elephant 6 essence into the most perfect of slacker pop blends. Owen Kenney‘s bedroom-pop solo project at it’s finest.

No Suits in Miami

Track: Buffy  From: Buffy (single) Label: Self released Out: Now
A  mix of the Wedding Present wall of guitars and the introspective, late 80s jangly indie-pop of The Field Mice. A strange but, brilliant mix from Sweden’s ‘soon to be finest’ !!!

Dreams on Tape

Track: Light a Fire  From: Nostalgia (EP) Label: Self released Out: Now
Jangle-gaze infused track, with one of of the most hypnotic dominant riffs you will hear this year. This solo project of Tampa’s Jake Benfant is among the best that recent bedroom-pop has had to offer.

Griffin Jennings

Track: Ceremony  From: Static and the Dark (EP) Label: Self released Out: EP out 18 June 2021
Jennings is a New Yorker who provides modern day fuzz, juxtposed against a 90s power-pop feel, that muses effortlessly between jangle-pop and classic rock riffs. One for those who appreciate genuine guitarmanship.

Skate Stance

Track: The Middle  From: The Middle (single) Label: Self released Out: Now
Mixture of dream-pop and surf rock, with the slightest of fuzz tendencies. This Washington DC duo, provide the most subtle  beauty.


Track: Dead Sea  From: ExoMortal (album) Label: Self released Out: Now
Beguiling mix of a psyche-rock core and the most sumptuous of subtle gaze inflections. This Tom Collier solo project is the sound of jangly psyche at it’s most ambient.

Atomic Bronco 

Track: Headfirst  From: Spectrum (EP) Label: Self released Out: EP out on 01.06.21
Slacker / lo-fi rock mix, that infuses fuzz and jangled riffs with an intermittent need to let those classic rock riffs fly. The solo project of Londoner, Kyle Nuss, this aesthetic is all manner of guitar retro muscularity.


Track: Echoes  From: Echoes (single) Label: Self released Out: Now
Solo project of Frank Marino-Moore that revels in lo-fi loveliness and ambient sedation, created via isolated jangled riffs. Darkness / headphone music at it’s finest.

Nick Ferrio

Track: Television of Roses  From: Television of Roses (album) Label: Self released Out: Album out 18 June 2021
Imagine Elvis Costello with a permanent finger on the pop rock button and giving constant sideways glances to jangle-pop and the best of 80s classic rock riffs and you are just about in the brilliant ballpark of this mixture of retro sounds.


Track: Do You Know  From: Fated Attachments (EP) Label: Self released Out: Now
Beautiful pop rock mixes the slightest of jangled melodies to a vocal croon so rounded it flirts with the best of sophisti-pop. A truly lovely aesthetic from Turkey’s finest.


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