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Scenic Route To Alaska Tough Luck Tour

Scenic Route To Alaska Tough Luck Tour Following on from their album release ‘Tough Luck’ back in March this year, Scenic Route To Alaska continue their promotion of said album with more live dates. The band has been on the continue →

New EP From Century Thief

New EP From Century Thief Returning with a brand new EP is Canadian band Century Thief. With the band describing their sound as “…noisy and melodic, with a hint of salty nostalgia,” Century Thief also confess to being inspired by continue →

Coralcrown And New EP

Coralcrown And New EP Out with a new EP is indie artist Coralcrown. The new record titled ‘Birth’ consists of four tracks with ‘She Is A Saint’ issued first as a single and video. Coralcrown’s creator Luis Gator releases the continue →

Night Flight Reveal Details Of New EP

Night Flight Reveal Details Of New EP Night Flight Announce details of their brand new EP ‘Carousel’ on CRC Records. London based five-piece Night Flight will see their new EP ‘Carousel’ released 1st June 2018. Before the release date, the continue →

New Interview With Reptilians From Andromeda

New Interview With Reptilians From Andromeda New interview at Famous Last Words (FLW) with Istanbul indie underground outfit Reptilians From Andromeda (RFA). After a positive response to RFA’s brand new album ‘Dialogues For Monkeys’ that received its official release this continue →

New Goodies From Missiles Of October

New Goodies From Missiles Of October Updating their merchandise stall is indie sludge rock trio Missiles Of October. Following the successful album campaign that was ‘Better Days’, Belgium three-piece band Missiles Of October continue their promotion of this critically acclaimed continue →

Basement Revolver Reissue Their Debut EP

Basement Revolver Reissue Their Debut EP Indie outfit Basement Revolver announce news of a reissue of their debut EP. The self-titled debut EP is released on a limited run of vinyl copies on Label Obscura out now! The EP was continue →

London Artist Brijs Out With Jasmine

London Artist Brijs Out With Jasmine New track from London artist Brijs (pronounced ‘Bryce’) with a reworking of Jai Paul’s ‘Jasmine’. With influences from indie pop, psych pop and dance music in his makeup, as well as serving as bass continue →

A Dialogue With Reptilians From Andromeda

A Dialogue With Reptilians From Andromeda New interview at Famous Last Words (FLW) with Istanbul indie underground outfit Reptilians From Andromeda (RFA). After a positive response to RFA’s brand new album ‘Dialogues For Monkeys’ that received its official release this continue →

Dreamy Electro Pop From Future Jr.

Dreamy Electro Pop From Future Jr. Available now is the new single and accompanying music video ‘Tell Me That I’m Wrong’ by Future Jr. With the music video to ‘Tell Me That I’m Wrong’ being directed by Joshua Hodgman and Future continue →

SOMA Release New Single

SOMA Release New Single Brotherly duo SOMA issue a new single under the name ‘Svak’. The single is available from today (16/o3/18) on all digital platforms. There will be a promotional video to support the single that will receive its continue →

Møl With News Of UK Live dates

Møl Announce News Of UK Live dates With a debut album on the horizon, Denmark’s Møl issue news of live dates in the UK. The forthcoming live gigs will take place in the UK and serve as part of a continue →

FLW Playlist

 

Less One Knows

Benjamin Finger (Dead Definition)

A deviation from previous works, and most welcome as Less One Knows is quite possibly the Norwegian’s best album to date.

 

Southern Bred: Texas R&B Rockers Vol.8

Various Artists (Koko Mojo)

Rather like a good novel that you do not want to end, the same feeling applies to the series ‘Southern Bred: Texas R&B Rockers’.

 

Glass Island

Richard Luke (Moderna Records)

‘Glass Island’ is an album to break the strongest of hearts yet also provide reasons for optimism that all is not lost.

 

Up and Down

Ramblin Bandits (Rhythm Bomb)

The Ramblin Bandits show no signs of fatigue during ‘Up and Down’ because it’s simply engaging from start to finish.

 

Crashland

Doc & the Headshrinkers (HSM)

Rock and roll is alive and well in West Wales via Doc & the Headshrinkers’ Crashland.

 

Thunder & Lightning

Fireball Steven (Rhythm Bomb)

Great comeback album that would have benefited even further from more of his own compositions.

 

Boss Black Rockers: Mardi Gras Rock Vol.6

Various Artists (Koko Mojo)

Highlighting much needed recognition of the “original” rock ‘n’ rollers, ‘Boss Black Rockers Vol.6’ has something for all true devotees of rock and roll music.

 

Open Wound (Single)

Svalbard (Holy Roar Records)

There’s beauty in sound with Open Wound, despite the sensitive subject matter of the lyrics. New single before new LP.

 

Charon (Single)

Jordan Rome (Working Brilliantly)

Alternative rock and grunge-lite ditty but one spiked with an undercurrent of country & western, Charon reveals but one side of Jordan Rome’s music.

 

Hotel Breakfast

Hot Rod Double (TB Hurricane Records)

Showing no signs of fatigue, Hot Rod Double’s third LP continues to cling to the FLW Playlist with its compelling mix of rockabilly and various strands of country music.

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