Here we are again, with another round of new tunes for your entertainment, and just in time for the weekend too! Get stuck into these, let me know what you think of them, and if you find anything you like buy it.
Next week I'll be back with some words of my own.
Wellington's Spook The Horses play slow doomy rock. It's very good stuff and highly recommended if you're into bands like Isis or Horseback.
Homebrew Crew are tearing things up in the world of hip hop and have just released an album this week. Here's a track that's not on it, but it's a good one anyway.
Sigh are going to suck you right in then destroy your ears and mind with a brutal onslaught. Don't say I didn't warn you.
Numbskull seem like a bunch of crazy carefree skate punk kids. And that's pretty much what they sound like too. Old school punky tunes. Love it.
Throw it to the Fire? Well, they're dark rocky kind of guys who make a lot of noise and know how to have a good time doing it.
Miho Wada is a tiny Japanese punk flautist. Yeah, you heard me. This is a lot of fun, and surprisingly catchy.
Omar Rodriquez Lopez puts out about 70 albums every year. This is from the latest one, where he performs as part of a trio. If you like the direction the Mars Volta is going in then this might be for you.
Crystal Trap play catchy pop tunes. It sounds like TV On The Radio travelled back to the 80's.
Who doesn't like a bit of solid blues rock? If you don't then stay clear of Butchers of Sky Valley. If you do on the other hand then why don't you dive right in and check this out. Try not to move to it, I dare ya.
This starts out like it might be intensely heavy but then pulls the throttle back and gets a bit drony. I'm not really selling it, but it makes me think of Alice In Chains for some reason that isn't going to be obvious to anyone.
Let's wind it down a bit then shall we. Headwater write songs that make you think they have a hard life. I don't know if they do or not, but I like to think they spend most of their time hunting deer to survive and fending off bear attacks. Whatever. It's all shimmering guitars and tales of woe.
Magus the Great is all about the conspiracies. And that's just fine, because all the best hip hop comes from people with an unhealthy level of paranoia.
Twin Ages? Well, they're sort of surf, sort of pop, sort of screamey glam rock. What a blend.
Drop a comment below if anything particularly tickled your fancy, or if there's any new music you want to share with the world. Otherwise, same place, some time.