Practically every publication you can think of are kneeling in
worshipful praise of Moon Duo but do forgive me if I'm somewhat
less than overawed by the slightly ponderous 'Sevens', a song
that requires an indefinable something to really get those lunar
Souvenir Driver - 'Photographs'
Moody, grimy Dreampop played with a bit of enthusiasm from a
Portland band, sounding somewhere between Black Lips and the Brian
Jonestowns. Well known Classic FM dj Alex James likes them so
they probably are quite good. The video is very instructive for
anyone that ever wondered 'exactly how do flowers grow?'
Marwood - 'The Devil Makes Work For Jazz
I think he's been around forever, perhaps Reading's best regarded
singer songwriter and it's a very on form Ben Marwood singing
'you all must die' as the chorus of the single that is bringing
him to our attentions around a decade on from his first recordings
(which I dimly recall reviewing back in the day).
Deeper - 'Stars Tonight (Have You Seen)
Channelling their inner Grateful Dead, Norwegian psyche rockers
make a sound reminiscent of Neil Young's Crazy Horse at their
most righteous, and some meaningful lyrics with that - 'have you
seen yourself from the outside? think you need a mirror' then
going for a lengthy instrumental break that's probably longer
at their live shows. https://soundcloud.com/digd/stars-tonight-have-you-seen-digi-masters-soft-limiter