Stream: The Harrow / DeadLeafEcho split 7″

Since we’ve been on a contemplative mood here at this Shithole of a Website (TM) called Sloucher, we are keen on diving deeper and deeper in a sea of emotions, looking for new pearly white tracks to recommend. We’ve been following both The Harrow‘s gloom pop and Dead Leaf Echo‘s noisegaze for a while and lo and behold, they’ve just released a 7 inch single. The Harrow … Continue reading Stream: The Harrow / DeadLeafEcho split 7″

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New music – May 16th, 2014

  OK, not all is “new” here, most egregious of all is the inclusion of Len‘s ‘Steal my sunshine’, but hear me out: the song will be re-released by the mighty Alcopop! Records and I’m fond of this song as it reminds me of a girl, who was called Paola, not Karen. But, yes, new music, please! Listen the post rock odes from Mexico’s Jvne, the lovely … Continue reading New music – May 16th, 2014

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Video Round Up: Dead Stars, James, Faces on Film, The Harrow, Dan Sartain

"He wondered if she got him that Matt Smith autograph he wanted". Photo: Crucible Theatre website.
“He wondered if she got him that Matt Smith autograph he wanted”. Photo: Crucible Theatre website.

James are back with a monster of an album called La Petite Mort (out on June 2) and while we count the days like a kid waiting for his Christmas gifts, we have this hellacool stopmotion video for ‘Moving on’, directed by BAFTA winning Ainslie Henderson (check his stuff here). Born from conversations between Tim Booth and Ainslie and a serendipitous walk by a Scottish woollen knitwear shop, the subject of the video is “death as birth”. Can’t wait to hear this album.

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