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MGP & New Album For Karin Park

Busy Year For Karin Park Karin Park’s love affair with MGP continues as the singer-songwriter from Sweden, but now long-time resident of Norway, will take part in this year’s event with a brand new song titled, ‘Human Beings’. Having previously continue →

Rye Pines New EP

February Release For Rye Pines Boston duo Rye Pines is looking forward to the release of their brand new EP ‘Dead Ocean’ released 17th February on Bob Records. The EP features six new songs with both members – Edward Maguire continue →

Swingin’ Utters European Tour

Swingin’ Out On Tour Big news as California’s Swingin’ Utters will be heading to Europe this month to conduct a tour that will see the band conclude in March. The tour is to help support the band’s ninth album release, continue →

La Dispute Touring in March

Set of Live Intimate Dates For La Dispute For those living nearby or able to make the trip to the States, La Dispute has announced a brief series of live gigs to coincide with their Spring US co-headlining tour with continue →

A Lot Of Heartache

HT Heartache And Second Album Sundowner LA based singer-songwriter HT Heartache discussed her most recent album titled Sundowner, and of the processes which led to this second long player with Famous Last Words (FLW). The album contains a fine array continue →

It’s Not Too Late For The zzips

The UK’s The zzips & ’20 Years Late’ Latest interview at Famous Last Words (FLW) is delivered by The zzips. It was frontman James Butler from The zzips who took the time to answer a few questions for FLW regarding continue →

Choir Vandals In The UK

UK Dates For Choir Vandals St. Louis, Missouri’s CHOIR VANDALS have teamed with Property of Zack to premiere their new music video for ‘Monsters’.  The track comes from the band’s recently released EP ‘At Night’ out now on 6131 Records continue →

Kid Astray Nearly Home

Norwegians Ready With Debut Album After receiving much praise in 2014 on the back of two single releases, which received heavy rotation on NRK P1 and NRK P3 in Norway as well as performing to large crowds at venues in continue →

Extending Their Collection

River City Extension Back With New Album & Tour Hailing from New Jersey, River City Extension will see their new album released on March 10th 2015. The album is titled ‘Deliverance’ and will be released by Anchor & Hope Records. continue →

Justin Townes Earle Album & Tour

Absent Fathers… Originally scheduled as a double album, the follow up to last year’s ‘Single Mothers’ sees Justin Townes Earle release ‘Absent Fathers’ on Loose Music. Comprising of 10 tracks, ‘Absent Fathers’ was recorded live with his very own four-piece continue →

Time To Make Up

Make Do And Mend New Album & Tour American four-piece Make Do And Mend is gearing up for the release of their brand new long player titled ‘Don’t Be Long’. The album is scheduled for release on February 24th via continue →

Up River Touring In January

UK Tour For Up River Making it into the Top 50 Albums last year at Famous Last Words (FLW) was ‘Undertow’ from Up River. In support of this album release, Up River will be touring at the end of January continue →

FLW Playlist

 

Doomsday EP

Reptilians From Andromeda (Prof Sny Records)

A band to believe in, Reptilians From Andromeda issue their latest garage-punk offerings with far more truths than other sources are currently leading us to believe.

 

The Inception EP

Oddhums (Inverse Records)

Taking our senses by surprise and definitely late to this particular party, Oddhums serve up a concise and engaging set of stoner rock, sludge and grunge via The Inception EP.

 

Eilean: [45]

Various Artists (Eilean Records)

More compilation goodness of ambient and experimental instrumentation from a selection of artists from around the globe.

 

Dream On (Single)

Amy Macdonald (Virgin / EMI Records)

Back in style, Amy Macdonald conjures up an infectious indie pop song with Dream On.

 

Other Side of Town (Single)

Gorilla Cult (Untitled)

The more one hears first single from Stockholm’s Gorilla Cult, the Other Side of Town certainly starts to become something of an obsession in more ways than one.

 

Space Invaders

The Kings of Outer Space (Greystone Records)

It’s got a bit of everything in terms of what to expect from a KOOS album, but it’s also an album that’s been listening to a few other ideas outside of its usual comfort zones, making it their best yet.

 

Bad Bohemian (Single)

British Sea Power (Golden Chariot Records)

A welcome return for indie eccentrics British Sea Power and new single Bad Bohemian.

 

Better Days

Missiles of October (POGO Records)

Second album for Missiles of October, who continue with their combined sounds of punk, sludge and stoner rock to serve up a real noise fest with ten new songs.

 

Paranoid (Single)

Cal (Waterfall / BMG)

New year, new start for Frida Amundsen who adopts the name Cal for this current project where pop is on the agenda coupled with insightful lyrics.

 

In The Company of Vultures

Panic In Eden (Panic In Eden)

An album with a vintage rock sound yet sounding distinctly modern, Panic In Eden has emerged from a previous wreckage to deliver a fascinating and exhilarating album.

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