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INNER CODE Ebrace The Darkness With ‘Nuovi Incubi’

Nuovi Incubi (by Italian group Inner Code) is a door to the fears of tomorrow, the horrors of yesterday, that gloomy everything that is reflected and renewed in every present moment. It leads us to the discovery of the modern obscurities that besiege the human soul, while echoes of the historical past arise between electronic darkness, a dark warning of the insecurity hidden in the future. The emotions of man, his thirst for revenge against an oppressive existence, dim rays of light in a devastated scenario.

Spanish/Chilean band The Zephyr Bones (ffo Beach Fossils) Share “Sparks”

Barcelona’s Spanish/Chilean psych-rock quartet, The Zephyr Bones are today sharing “Sparks”. The new single marks another spangled nosedive through psych-rock arriving as the final advance installment to be lifted from their forthcoming album, Neon Body – out via La Castanya on October 22, 2021. It arrives produced by Brian Silva and Santi Garcia with the album artwork designed by the Portuguese illustrator/artist, Bráulio Amado who runs NYC’s BAD Studio, has illustrated for The New York Times, and works as one of the main artwork designers for Frank Ocean and Róisín Murphy. Pre-order the new album via the band’s website.

David GotSound commits to his dreams on new single ‘No Compromise’

Continuing his triumphant return, ‘No Compromise’ is the first song taken from his impending project ‘Greatness Isn’t Given’. Produced by David himself, ‘No Compromise’ is built on a haunting synth riff, and paired with rolling, hypnotic drums. Lyrically, David uses religious references to establish his unrelenting approach to life and art. David is sending a message to his peers, his friends, his rivals, his family, and anyone else who’s willing to listen, that nothing is going to stop him from living his dreams exactly how he’s always envisioned them. This song is for people with big ideas, and the commitment to bring them to life. No Compromise.

Death Metal Upstarts LIVLØS Reveal New Single + Video “The Purest Black“

Danish metal phenomenon LIVLØS have established themselves as an essential new name in the international metal scene, ready to shake up the landscape of modern death metal with their upcoming album, And Then There Were None, out October 22 via Napalm Records. Their brand of Scandinavian melodic death metal – influenced by bands like At The Gatesand Carcass, and paired with American-rooted death metal in the vein of Death and The Black Dahlia Murder – has already earned the five-piece appearances at Copenhell, Eurosonic and Spot Festival.

Orange County’s GREER Announce Happy People EP Released 5th November 2021 via Epitaph Records

Produced by John Congelton (Wallows, St. Vincent, Angel Olsen), the 4-track collection is packed with killer riffs and air-tight songwriting that suggest a band well beyond their years, while also possessing an unmistakable youthful exuberance.

Alongside the announcement, the spirited rock quartet have unleashed the EP’s lead single and infectious title track ‘Happy People’ flanked by a colourful video that gives a flavour of the band’s live performances.

Australian-in-London Jess Chalker shares the upbeat video to new single “Stupid Trick”. Album “Hemispheres” lands 5th November

Australian-in-London and renowned singer-songwriter Jess Chalker is perhaps best known for being one half of Australian new-wave duo We Are The Brave. She is also a highly sought-after composer and producer, having worked collaboratively with a plethora of respected artists and musicians around the globe, including Sam Fischer, Vintage Culture, Isamachine, Gold Kimono and Passenger. Jess was also part of a GRAMMY-winning team that co-penned Lisa Loeb’s lead single on her kids record Feel What U Feel. Recently, she also composed the original track “Darkest Hour” for the Amazon Original show Panic, performed by Tate McRae. Now Jess embarks as a solo artist in her own right. She releases single “Stupid Trick” on 21st September 2021 across all the usual streaming and download platforms.

Findlay (TTRRUUCES) shares first new solo music since 2017 // teases new solo project

Today (September 21st), Findlay returns with ‘Life Is But A Dream’ her first new music as a solo artist since 2017’s ‘Forgotten Pleasures’ album. Directing her own dream-like visuals to accompany the song, she wistfully recollects her childhood ideations in stark contrast to the burden of her reality.


The track conceived by Psykhi, filmed by Peter Spanjer sees the upcoming artist at his most vulnerable. Speaking on the track Psykhi says “See Me Clearly is a song exploring my vulnerabilities and the importance of self love. Retrospectively understanding the need for personal healing and self-assertion.My authenticity is fallible, if I don’t value and love myself then I can’t possibly love outwardly in a healthy way. I wanted the video to continue exploring the inner conflicts and or uncertainties within myself through visuals inspired by Emmet Kelly, an American circus clown from the depression era (1930s). There is something about his makeup, the simplicity and authenticity of his character in which I see elements of myself. Wearing his white face allowed me to inhabit a version of me that has always sought to please others and who entertains the world with my sorrow. I hate feeling sorry for myself.”

Glasgow-based noise pop band Japan Review share new single ‘Kvetch Sounds’

Today, Glasgow-based noise-pop band Japan Review has shared new single ‘Kvetch Sounds’, the title-track from their upcoming debut album, due out on October 29th via Reckless Yes. Having been through numerous incarnations in their relatively short existence, Japan Review is now a duo made up of Genna Foden and Adam O’Sullivan. On their debut album, the pair build upon the shoegaze foundations laid out on their 2019 EP, Juno. Kvetch Sounds sees Japan Review pushing sonically into more experimental territory, opting to embrace electronic instruments and celebrate the limitations of their more stripped back lineup. The result is a truly expansive debut that twists and turns through different tempos, and even genres, without ever losing its way.

See Derelict Daydream’s remarkable new ‘Sno-vid-19’ music video for Beautiful Silence and stream the new album..

With previous single Animal Kingdom going Top 10 in US based 365 Radio’s Network Chart comes the new Derelict Daydream album Portrait Of A Landscape, Interest in the track is high having already been downloaded by numerous US & UK radio stations as well as by a major US broadcaster.