MUSIC ROUNDUP: September Releases 2018
Cheap Teeth- Fly On The Wall/ The Vicar’s Fingers
Despite a quiet Summer, The Edinburgh four-piece return with this crooning and delectably menacing two-track offering, with snarling vocal stylings offering comfort in the sheer barrage of instrumental chaos both tracks culminate to, serving a welcome return for these post-punk poster boys.
Having finessed Danube to become not only a staple in their ever-evolving live set but into an undeniable hit, plain and simple. four minutes of glimmering new wave that wouldn’t go a miss in any 80’s cult classic, yet still maintains that timeless edge and gracious charm. A band going from strength to strength before our eyes, magic.
Tom McGuire & The Brassholes - Ric Flair
The 7-piece funk/soul outfit based in Glasgow have dropped their debut single Ric Flair, ahead of the release of their debut album. Catching the attention on social media of the iconic wrestler himself, the tune is a four minute burst of funk and pop flavours. Accompanied by a brilliant video filled with choreography to die for, Ric Flair packs a wide range of fun lyrics and inspiring instrumentals.
Neshiima - Prologues
Coming from their recent EP Orange, Neshiima deliver the diverse Prologues. Following up the Purple EP, which was released in March, Prologues lays down a slab of electronia-tinged metal riffs from the get go. Combining this with the rapping in the verses, Neshiima take their unique look at the metal genre and liven things up.
Pleasure Heads - Down & Out
An anthemic track from Glasgow’s indie-punks Pleasure Heads, ahead of their appearance at this years Tenement Trail festival. With a vibe that is half summery guitar lines and half usual Scottish cyniscim. Down & Out is sure to set Nice n Sleazy’s alight with their explosive energy.
Mt. Doubt - Blemishes
Taken from next month’s release of: “This Must Mean Something Awful” is first track Blemishes. A real punch to the gut, will have your attention grabbed instantaneously with the vulnerability and depth of vocal from the outset. A truly simplistic yet magnetising listen.
Siights - Dance
In a month that’s seen them sell out their Glasgow headline at King Tuts and release this, their latest single, living up to the name, this dynamic duo bring a 70’s flair to 21st century dance floors with this can’t help but move funk hit.
Jetsam - Vices
This ten track mix of instrumental soundscapes offers a stimulating, bass heavy escape, offering up at times a cosmic trip.
LOVE SICK - Fever
Earning a spin from Vic Galloway on BBC Radio Scotland, Glasgow duo LOVE SICK’s new song Fever is as menacing as it is packed with sultry grooves. With synthesized instruments packing out the track the third single from the duo could easily be placed in the Top 40 and not sound out of place.
Glassmasterer - Last Chance To Make Plans (feat. Churchoter)
Lewis Bigham aka experimental electronic artist Glassmasterer has dropped a collaboration with vocalist Churchoter, as part of a double A side release. Last Chance to Make Plans is a plain of wavey synthesiser that take things to a funkier level in the latter half of the track. With Churchoter’s verse kicking things into something that has every right to be a modern day club classic.
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