Beat The Delete #0147 (Weekly new music recommendations)
Track: Creases From: Creases (single) Label: Self released Out: Now
Truly beautiful, indie-folk vibe that fills in the gaps between Alice Phoebe Lou and Alela Diana style, leftfield vocals, with the most subtle and gorgeous of lo-fi jangLed riffs. Truly stinning vibe form the solo project of Meredith Lampe the Colatura chanteuse.
Alex the Astronaut
Track: Airport From: Airport (single) Label: Nettwerk Music Group Out: Now
GoosebumpS inducing epic track of total emotionality, that charts the truly wonderful talent of Alex Lynn, at her very best. Subtle Courtney Barnett meets dreamy Poppongene perfection.
Track: Hidden In A Dream From: Hidden In A Dream (single) Label: Self released Out: Now
Sumptuous mix of 70s pop-rock and the hazy, slightly psyche laden end of The Beatles catalogue. Another emerging act from the suddenly burgeoning San Franciscan jangle-pop scene.
Track: A.G.T From: In the Sun (album) Label: Very Jazzed Records Out: Album out 28 March 2022
Neo-pysche that ensures every sunshine laden note, simply resonates with chiming jangle and a sense of all that is gloriously languid.
Track: If You Feel Ignored From: Blush (EP) Label: Sef released Out: No
Boston based five-piece, who provide a perfectly driven mix of dream-pop, jangly/chiming riffs and the slightest of shoegaze inflections. Imagine Hatchie covering Hater and you are just about in the right musical ballpark.
Jody and the Jerms
Track: Heavenly From: Heavenly (single) Label: Sef released Out: No
This Oxford based act, always manages to infuse their brand of The GoGo’s garage meets power-pop with the sort of jangled riffs that never fail inspire our interest. Always full of todays vibrancy and yesterdays brilliance, JATJ never fail to rock.
Track: Mania From: Mania (single) Label: Ricochet Records Out: Now
Fuzz-laden, guitar-pop with massive, cinematic jangl-egaze riffs piercing the beautiful ethereal. This Laguna Hill, California based act, secures beauty in every note.
Track: Don’t Look Back From: Don’t Look Back (EP) Label: Hub Studios Out: Now
Imagine The Beatles dedicated to the Rickenbacker, with an absolute determination to drift their early 70s, indie psyche sound into everything and you will just about be in the most jangliest of musical climates that Pesky frequent.
Track: Dunkin’ From: Scrambled (EP) Label: C Squared Productions Out: Now
Colin Curcio claims the obuse hinterland between Television Personalities, Alex G and Daniel Johnston and appeals to just about every jangly lo-fi, obstuse persuasion I have ever fostered !
Lizzy & the Fanatics
Track: Deux Soleils From: Deux Soleils (EP) Label: Self released Out: Now
Lizzy and the Fanatics is the recording project of Montreal’s, Lysanne Picard, whose East Angus single was one of the singles of the year in 2021. This Deux Soleils track is off the now released EP and is jangly dream-pop and it’s most special.
Track: American Dream From: American Dream (single) Label: Self released Out: Now
Perfectly ramshackle, fuzzy lo-fi, that takes the Mo Troper vibe and adds further individualistic obtuse and under-production, to make that wonderfully cool sound of those that don’t really appear to be trying too hard. Dolewave lo-fi if you will…
Boy With Apple
Track: Strawberry Boy From: Strawberry Boy (single) Label: Varo Records Out: Now
Dense, gaze-laden dream-pop that infuses sumptuous, jangled riffs, through it’s core. Think of the Lush end of the gaze spectrum and you will be in the right ball park.
Track: Borderline From: A Sign of Good Luck (Album) Label: Nettwerk Music Group Out: Album 04.03.22
This is the 5th single released from the highly anticipated A Sign of Good Luck album that is out in early March 2022. Taking the indie rock meets jangle mix of the Ducks Ltdand just adding that little bit of vocal perfection and genuine pop appeal.
Track: Reverbology From: Reverbology (single) Label: Self released Out: Now
Wiped Out are a threesome from New York, who course a spectral, alsmost demi post punk vibe and reverb through all that is glorious about the early 60s, Dick Dale surf pop essence. Something different for fans of the surf genre and all it’s nuances.
Track: Let Me Let It Go From: Forever Night (album) Label: Dangerbird Records Out: Now
Justin Sullivan (The Babies / Kevin Morby) solo project that courses Dan Sartain Americana / Alt country pop vibes through Parker Longbough fuzz and earworm melodies to die for.
Track: Closer From: Moments of Ease (EP) Label: Sellout! Music Out: Now
Bouncing, chiming jangled riffs, augmented by indie rock muscularity and a slight sense of gaze distance in the production. One of those big indie-stadium sounds that you cannot help ‘moving’ too, from a Norwegian foursome who are not afraid to rock.
Track: Radio Fever From: Marvelized (album) Label: Self releaseds Out: Now
Scott Wingo is from the 80’s jangle-pop act Crippled Pilgrims, who recently appeared on the critically acclaimed Strum and Thrum… album out of Captured Tracks, that we reviewed last year…this perfect jangle is so reminiscent of that era and shows he has not lost it !
Track: Some One To Love From: Some One To Love (single) Label: Self released Out: Now
Melbourne based, teen Bedroom-pop prodigy, who drifts Daniel Johnston spurious through the city’s prevalent jangle-pop vibe. One to wATch for those who follow alt.jangle.
Track: 9 Miles High From: 9 Miles High (single) Label: Self released Out: Now
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