Beat The Delete #0171 (weekly new music recommendations)
Hello all …thanks so much for joining us for this weeks Beat The Delete (#0172) of new music recommendations from the an incredibly handsome JanglePopHub editor, who just stuns us daily with his attractiveness (…anyone daring to suggest this is penned by the Editor of our one man blog is vastly mistaken and should be ashamed of their distrust if human nature !)
Track: Face From: Afterville (album) Label: False Peak Records Out: Now
It would be difficult for me to explain this sound as well as the release bio, so I will not bother to try!…see below
” Under the capable steerage of Patrick Haid, Key Out has returned triumphantly with one of the sonic highlights of the year so far. The delicate and shimmering sounds of ‘Face’ are filled with lusciously jangling guitars, deep and evocative lyrics and a sense of eternal longing that threads its way through the indelible melodies as Haid sings I miss your face
The Churchill Garden
Track: Always There From: Always There (album) Label: GrindEthos Records Out: Now
This Andy Jossi project is back with yet more dreamy gaze, that delves into the deepest of Lush style beauty, whilst simultaneously revellingn in the chiming post-punk of an act like The Chameleons.
Track: Impossible Summer From: Impossible Summer (EP) Label: Self released Out: Now
Taking the modern jangly commercial bias of the Jesse D’Kora vibe and marrying it to The Beach Boys style californian melodies, this surf rock meets indie-pop act, almost insists they accompany you in every snatched moment of sunshine !
Track: Sunday Night at Den Engel From: Sunday Night at Den Engel (single) Label: Self released Out: Now
Filling the jangly hinterland between Nah style jangly indie-pop and Watoo Watoo accentuated twee-pop, this subtle, lo-fi pop drifts surreptitiously into definitive earworm territories.
Track: Think About It From: Think About It (single) Label: Self released Out: Now
This is the solo recording project of Clothes frontman, Spencer Hollingsworth and mixes the emotionality of lo-fi bedroom-pop with a cinematic, modern jangly post-punk. Looking forward to more from this relatively new project.
Track: Baby Don’t You Know From: Not In The Sun, Nor In The Dark (EP) Label: Jazz Life Out: EP release TBA
This solo recording project of Svava’s, Michelle Hindriks, adds beatpop muscularity and driven jangle-gaze to her usual dream-pop mix, to give a wonderful sound swathed in the Atmos Bloom aesthetic.
Track: Carry On From: Carry On (single) Label: Self released Out: Now
For those of you who like their Fazerdaze / Sales washed out jangle delivered with unmitigated fragility, this beautiful dream-pop sound should have immense appeal. Typically South East Asian ‘flutter’ from this Malaysian duo.
Track: Sunwashed From: Under The Sun (album) Label: Self released Out: Album release date TBA
This initial single from the abovementioned album claims the musical hinterland between Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever jangle rock, shoegaze and fuzz rock. Swirling, alt rock at it’s absolute finest from this San Francisco based foursome.
Track: Luv Kramer From: Luv Kramer (single) Label: Self released Out: Now
The Sols brand of indie rock takes Surf Curse style surf rock riffs and juxtaposes them against a The Killers style, bomabastic stadium indie, in a sound that is pure thrills.
Track: Balloons From: Balloons (single) Label: Self released Out: Now
Lunar Isles is the moniker of David Skimming, a Scottish multi-instrumentalist who produces surf-tinged dream pop songs with a DIY approach, from his newfound home of South Korea.
A long time friend of these Beat The Delete pages, this artiste will appeal to those who love their jangle-gaze with an essence of beautiful minimalism.
Track: Desire Lines (Revisited) From: Desire Lines (Revisited) (single) Label: Self released Out: Now
This is the fourth single from Markus Örn’s, Dog Days project and sees the Swede at his most jangly yet. With touches of Real Estate and Teenage Fanclub, this the projects most accomplished release yet.
Track: Insomnia From: Insomina (single) Label: Self released Out: Now
This Belgian act offer all manner of haunting, dark and oppressive. This ode to insomnia twists isolated, sparse jangled riffs through all manner of maudlin morose. Just like a good car crash, this is one of those tracks that simply magnetizes.