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Braids - Lazerine - Third Lung - Sam Lapro - Loretta Querceto - Matilda Lindell

Braids - Slayer Moon. Fresh off the heels of the release of DJ Python’s “Young Buck” remix, which saw support by Pitchfork, BBC 6Music and more, Braids is thrilled to reveal today two brand new songs titled “Slayer Moon” and “2020.” Recorded during the sessions of their last album Shadow Offering. The band shares their inspiration behind the songs: “'Slayer Moon' is inspired by a Sailor Moon phone case I bought in Tokyo, at 3am while on tour in Japan. Growing up I was obsessed with Sailor Moon, particularly with the ability to magically transform from a normal girl into a full-on mystical and powerful Sailor Scout, battle-ready to combat the evil forces of the world.” “What a deal, legs with more potential than my life” “Sailor Scouts have the longest legs ever drawn - so long that I drew a parallel between their immaculate legs, and our frenetic modern minds, lost in the ego abyss of the infinite scroll.” “I can’t figure out my life blood, what should I prescribe to?” “‘2020’

Braids - Juniper Bush - Lavinia Blackwall - Forces - Mardi Lumsden - Kluster B

Braids have just shared a video for 'Snow Angel'. Last November we said of Braids "the indie art rock band manage to achieve everything that genre bundle suggest, doing so fabulously" this new song proves that was no one off event. === Juniper Bush have released a video for 'Turn' where the Winnipeg band deliver a mixture of restrained shoegaze and psych rock with melodic grooves. === Lavinia Blackwall shares 'John's Gone' ahead of her debut album due in May, the song is a vibrant, catchy modern folk song. === Duo Forces have been around for twenty years and 'Say It Now' demonstrates how well their musicianship and song writing has developed, with this energised pop/rock track. === Mardi Lumsden has a brand new album out entitled 'Hiatus' and it's a gorgeous collection of songs from this very talented Brisbane, Australia folk artist. === This is the third song we have had the pleasure of featuring this year from Kluster B   a

Braids - 13//ali_fawn - Wojtek the bear - The Small Press - Mother Mariposa - Alexandria Miallot - Approachable Members Of Your Local Community & Dulcie

Braids have released 'Eclipse (Ashley)' accompanied by a video, the indie art rock band manage to achieve everything that genre bundle suggest, doing so fabulously. === 13//ali_fawn pack energy and creativity into 'Future Swim' a blistering and imaginative rocker. === It's our fifth feature for Wojtek the bear who continue to create personable and oh so likable alt rock as is the case with 'Some States'. === The Small Press have released their debut E.P 'Is This What You Want?' with five really fine indie pop and rock songs the Sydney band are lively and catchy. === We have a new video from recently formed Mother Mariposa entitled 'Pilot Light'. It's a creative ten minutes of dreamy, imaginative and blissful music and it's very addictive. === From Vancouver Island Alexandria Miallot just shared 'Someone To Keep You Warm' a short electro rock song with depth and a sample of this weekends new album release from her entitled &