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Cousin Kula - Ovlov - SHEAL - Courtney Cotter King

Photo - Alfred Thirolle Cousin Kula - Something So Sweet. Bristol's Cousin Kula today release their new single "Something So Sweet", the final taster of their debut album Double Dinners, out November 26th via Rhythm Section. With co-signs from the likes of BADBADNOTGOOD, Cousin Kula's forthcoming debut album Double Dinners follows their 2017 EP 'OODLES', 2019's 'STROODLES' EP, along with their 2020 'Casa Kula Cassette', which caught the attention of beloved tastemaker and DJ Bradley Zero who swiftly signed them to his Rhythm Section label. New single "Something So Sweet" is a prime example of the band's undeniable ability to blur the lines between sweeping psychedelia and blissful jazz. Arguably the best showcase of Joe Milkinson's jazz drumming prowess, the track is wonderfully interspersed with stunning saxophone turns, intricate guitar passages and electrifying synths. Speaking on the new single release the band said: &

Faultress - Two Tribes - Cousin Kula - Dee Lunar

Faultress were featured just four weeks ago and now we have a couple more new songs namely 'Sanctury' and 'Hood&Wolf'. It's becoming clear that creativity and originality are something Faultress thrives on, yes the influences are there however that if anything ups the quality, the 5 Myths E.P is sounding good. We have seven minutes of gorgeous dance punk from Two Tribes in the form of 'Videodrone' an epic, addictive and powerful song. Back in May we first featured Cousin Kula with the song 'Stacked' and they now return here with 'Invitation,' a funky psych pop track that exudes warmth and refined melodic hooks. Dee Lunar has shared 'Shapeshifter' which is an imaginative rocker where her fabulous vocals intertwine with a flowing musical backdrop and some slick guitar work adding to the piece. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Faultress - Sanctury / Hood&Wolf.

She Rides Tigers - Cousin Kula - Frankie Lee - Lady Nade - James Clayton - Wovoka Gentle

From She Rides Tigers we have the debut album 'Scars' to stream in full, the trio deliver a powerful mixture of rock styles with enough pop sensibilities to ensure a mass of musical hooks along the way. Cousin Kula's 'Stacked' sees the psych pop element of the band in full flow, this is an imaginative song where their jazz influences are just nudging away in the musical arrangement. 'In The Blue' from Frankie Lee takes on the subject of ageing and loss and yet adds a tender and quite beautiful feel with this fine song. Lady Nade's fabulous vocals are a perfect fit for soul and jazz, so it's no surprise that 'Drive Home Safely' (a mixture of both genres) is simply wonderful. James Clayton sent us Avalene with a few personal comments, the song did the rest and with pleasure it's shared below. Wovoka Gentle have given us another song from their forthcoming album which includes The Kids Club Kampala Choir, it's our fifth feature for the L