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Water cooled Knuckle Head by DC Choppers. Very nice indeed.

The Sun Ain't Gonna Shine (Anymore) - Walker Brothers - YouTube

Scott walker: It’s hard to think of a person who has had such a diverse career in music. He has managed to remain so relevant and found new audiences without forcing anything. It’s just seemed to be a natural evolution for him as a musician.

In the day and age when musical stars of the 1960’s like the Stones, Paul McCartney and Pink Floyd need to rehash the same old garbage Scott Walker is breaking down walls between genres and searching to surprise us and expand our minds as listeners.

I tried to sign this band over a year ago to release this album. For whatever reasons it didn’t happen.
It’s so good to hear it out in the open after all those months as I listened to it repeatedly.
Congrats to both Scott & Aimee on an awesome album.
Great to hear Aussies leading the pack in this scene.

It’s been 4 years since the last record but good news as Belle & Sebastian have just announced a new album ‘Girls In Peace Time Just Want To Dance’.

Here is a good doco on the origins of the band and their now critically acclaimed LP ‘If you’re feeling sinister’.

Enjoy!

As i’ve said before on here, one of the greatest senses of achievement I get is breaking a new band that we have been developing.

The Preatures are the best example of that. They just keep going from strength to strength.

This is their new video we just made from their debut album (just debuted at #1 on itunes this morning!).

Enjoy.

Windhand / Salems Pot split 10”.

Yes sir.

This verse though:

"And you’re still hanging out in my dreams

In your sisters shoes & your blue jeans

Give us a kiss”

Gives me goosebumps. 

Sentimental Boy.

Burner

Splits are parted and they’re parting later
Go to bed now, it’s in your soul
Gonna see me goin’ inside
Gonna see me goin’ inside
Oh, I could love you
Oh, that’d be easy

Moved to free house with violent people
Roam the streets at night
Born to love your jagged sound
Sing a decent dime
Oh, I could love you
Oh, I could make it easy

Took the kid out, I am him
Simply God take it to Israel
I could see love and God
If you need it, see it
This is all
Won’t you fall?

Since I started pouring easy
Things have all fell in line
I will never figure it out
Didn’t they come in time?
Oh, I could find you
Oh, then you’d be easy

Since the release of their universally acclaimed debut, The Killing Jar, the Moth’s brand of stoner rock has been picking up fans all over the place and all over the world it seems. This is the very first taster of the follow up. Once again at the production helm is uber Bad Seed Jim Sclavunos, and Tumbleweave is a monster slice of huge riffage with hooks and groove, all topped off by the vulpine vocals of Harriet Bevan. Believe us when we say that the new album is a killer.

Just bagged this one for Megan Washington. Directed by the legendary Paul Jung.

Jesus Christ
When your back’s against the wall
It’s sure hard to be grateful
When you’ve nothing here at all

You say that hell’s below us, Lord
Heaven can be mine
I don’t believe your promises
I don’t believe your lies

And Lord, let it rain on me
Let it all come down
I’ll sell my soul to let it roll
And I’m about ready now

Lord, let it rain on me
Now I know I’m goin’ down
I’ve got a little knowledge, Lord
And I’m about ready now

Jesus Christ
Look what you’ve gone and done
2,000 years of lookin’ down
The barrel of a gun

You got the fools believin’
That there’s somethin’ else to gain
Jesus Christ
When you comin’ down again?

And Lord, let it rain on me
Let it all come down
I’ll sell my soul to let it roll
And I’m about ready now

Lord, let it rain on me
Now I know I’m goin’ down
I’ve got a little knowledge, Lord
And I’m about ready now

Lord, let it rain on me
Let it all come down
I’ll sell my soul to let it roll
And I’m about ready now

Lord let it rain on me
Now I know I’m goin’ down
I’ve got a little knowledge, Lord
And I’m about ready now

Lord, let it rain on me
Let it all come down
I’ve got a little knowledge, Lord
And I’m about ready now

Lord, let it rain on me
Let it all come down
Lord, let it rain on me
And I’m about ready now

Literally was on repeat most of my years as a teenager.

One of the only songs that matters.

LLMNS