ROUND-UP: November 2019
Here are some selected highlights from this month. You can find selected tracks on the happy on the inside Spotify playlist. Happy listening!
Tainted Lunch is a barnstorming album full of jagged guitar, rhythm, spirit and surprises that Mark E Smith could easily have defiantly refused to be proud of.
Check out - Tainted Lunch, Disco Peanuts, Grape Face.
Sinead OBrien -
Kate Tempest meets Jamie T, listening to dub and punk records in an Irish bar.
Check out – Limbo, A Thing you Call Joy.
Sinead will be at The Great Escape Festival 2020 - tickets available now.
Subculture / Rachel Chinouriri -
Beautiful, distinctive vocals and engaging beats fuse in what surely has to be amongst the most bafflingly under exposed work in the UK right now.
Fingers and toes crossed this is a longer term collab.
Check out - River Bend and The Chase
Follow @rachelchinourir and @whoissubculture
Odd Morris -
Bringing driving drums, atmospheric guitars and soaring vocals to the post-punk party with new single ‘Lilac Leaves’.
Live tickets available via - https://www.oddmorris.com/
The Big Moon -
Judging by single releases 'Your Light' and 'Piece of Me', the next album from the London four piece - due in the new year - should be a cracker.
Jaz Karis -
South Londoner Jaz Karis lands RnB, jazz and soul influences beautifully across her debut EP - Summer Stories.