[Video] Deap Vally – Baby I Call Hell

Deap Vally - Baby I Call Hell

Who doesn’t love ladies that Rock out! Deap Vally do just that and they oozes style and attitude in this video for ‘Baby I Call Hell’. There is a likeness in sound of The Black Keys and The White Stripes which has been so popular throughout the year, it should go a long way in bringing back that indie rock sound for 2013! The album Sistronix will be out in less than a month now and it is sure to have some great songs to rock out too! But until then just get yours locked on to this video!

Get ‘Baby I Call Hell’ today when you pre-order album ‘Sistrionix’ here: http://po.st/Sistrionix
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[Video] CSS – Hangover (New for 2013)

CSS - Hangover

Official music video for “Hangover” by CSS, the band return with this song from their upcoming new album ‘Planta’!  The video has some really stylish and cool dance moves displayed by office workers in an empty room, whilst the band play on a 70’s style TV! The song is clearly about drinking and sound very good on first listen. We would love to hear your feedback on what you think of this record?

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Out June 10th (UK) / 11th (US) on SQE.

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[Video] Primal Scream – More Light Album Stream

Primal Scream

You can now stream the new Primal Scream album ‘More Light’ on Youtube. There are some really great tracks including Invisible City, 2013 and It’s Alright, It’s Ok. The video below is Side A of the vinyl and if you click to read more the other sides are posted on the full post. The album is Released 13th May 2013. Pre-Order Now: http://primalscre.am/MlD4h3

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[Video] Gramme – Too High

gramme too high

Joe Goddard of Hot Chip is a big fan of Gramme, making a comeback after almost 10 years in the shadows. This track is taken from Gramme’s first full studio album released on Tummy Touch records.

Hypnotic bass riff and euphoric hit of the summer no doubt, BBC 6 Music’s Lauren Laverne thinks that it’s about a tightrope walker, having a good time, but too high up to dance. What do you think?

[Video] Swiss Lips – U Got The Power

Swiss Lips

Swiss Lips are a 5 Piece dance electro indie pop band from Manchester and are well worth following. This single first got released in March 2012 but they are going to re-release it as an official single on the 28th April 2013! The song ‘U Got The Power’ is a very catchy poppy single with a very cool video to go along with it. Continue reading

[Audio] Duke Dumont – Need U (100%) – Blase Boys Club Dub

Duke Dumont

This song is going to be massive this summer and will be played at festivals and clubnights across the world.  So you may as well get used to hearing it…

Blase Boys Club Dub mix of Need U (100%) is available on 12″ vinyl alongside the Skreamix & Waze & Odyssey Remix. Order at – goo.gl/Ld9Le

Buy the Digital release at iTunes: smarturl.it/DukeDumontNeedU

[Audio] The Strokes – Welcome To Japan (New for 2013)

Track 4 of The Strokes latest album Comedown Machine is this little gem ‘Welcome To Japan’! The song is quite up beat with a really catchy hook from the lead guitar. The whole album is full of what you would expect from The Strokes! Make sure you get hold of a copy of the album yourself and give it a listen.

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[Video] Yeah Yeah Yeahs – Sacrilege (New 2013 Single)

Yeah Yeah Yeahs

The Yeah Yeah Yeahs are back in 2013 with their album due to be released April 16th 2013. This is the first single from the album Mosquito, the album features production by TV on the Radio’s Dave Sitek, Nick Launay, and LCD Soundsystem’s James Murphy. Which will surely mean its set to be one of the albums of the year! The song Sacrilege is very Yeah Yeah Yeahs and uses some nice distortions on Karen O’s vocals.   Continue reading