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RRP Recommends Philco Fiction – June 17 "This is not the summer of 1992", sings Turid Alida on June 17, the new single by Philco Fiction, wishing for days gone by, days of better weather, better raves, deep house and good times. And while we would caution against romanticising the past, it's impossible not to get swept up in the moment. >>
RRP Recommends Shmohawk – Everything I Want Is Nothing I Can Own Full of Big Star / Teenage Fanclub jangle and hooks and a timeless sound, Everything I Want Is Nothing I Can Own is a delight from start to finish, never more so than in the simple progression around the misplaced confession "I'm not worthy of your love" at the song's heartfelt center. >>
New music KINS – Young Having spent most of 2014 on tour in the US, touring with Courtney Barnett and performaing at the SXSW and Bonnaroo festivals, London-based KINS have been back in the studio to record a new EP, Cyclical, due for release this summer. From that EP comes Young, available to stream and as a free download. Flitting between anxious electro-pop and fuzzy shoegazing, Young plays with textures and shades. >>
New music Urso Polar – It’s Official I Hate Ramsgate It might seem strange for a Brazilian indie-rock group to be singing about a Kentish seaside town, but don't get distracted for too long by that quirky detail - instead be sure to let the energy take you and the lyric charm you, and the mix of jangling and chiming guitars win your heart. It shouldn't be too hard, frankly, because It's Official I Hate Ramsgate is another glorious indie disco whirl from Urso Polar. >>
Free Download Tame Impala – Let it Happen Let it Happen moves in the unmistakable manner of the Tame Impala - that rhythm, those vocals - but trades guitars overlayed with effects for something a little less fuzzy. Don't believe the naysayers: it doesn't suffer as a consequence. >>
News Unifier Sign with Spartan, want to give you free music Unifier's 2011 EP, "Oh, Great City", has been re-released by their new label Spartan Records as a free download. >>