DUVET DAZE: Indie rock and bedroom pop.

OUT TODAY, ‘Honey’ by DUVET DAZE, a sublime mix of indie rock elements and woozy bedroom pop. Stemming from many other projects and collaborations, Duvet Daze is the sole baby of Bristol-based singer/songwriter Mia Eagle and came to life during the midst of the first lockdown with influences drawn from Wolf Alice, The Strokes, Slow…

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INCA BABIES: ‘Swamp Street Soul’ out NOW

BACK clutching an array of new tunes drawn from their extraordinary imagination, Manchester’s deathrock, postpunk trio INCA BABIES have today released their eighth studio album ‘Swamp Street Soul,’ their first album in seven years. Produced by Simon ‘Ding’ Archer (The Fall, PJ Harvey) at 6Db Studios, the clarity and fullness of sound on this 11-track offering surpasses that of any previous…

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Mikey J’s ‘Suburban Musings’

OUT of Melbourne Australia comes ‘Suburban Musings’ a musically wide-ranging album from gifted multi-instrumentalist, Mikey J. His fourth album in the past 12 months, ‘Suburban Musings’ consists of 11 tracks ranging from folk-rock ballads to power-pop, psychedelic rock and blues. “It’s a very personal album,” he said. “I’m inspired by the great songwriters of old…

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Nick Hudson and Kianna Blue: The Florist

BRIGHTON-based innovator NICK HUDSON presents his latest collection of ‘queer, gnostic, orchestral’ compositions on his ‘K69996ROMA:EP’ and video for ‘The Florist’ featuring Kianna Blue (The Academy Of Sun). There’s good reason Mogwai’s Stuart Braithwaite says that Hudson is a “unique talent” whose music is “breathtaking.” A prolific figure on the UK music scene, Hudson is perhaps best known as frontman of ‘The Academy…

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CHEYANNE’S Desert Island Album

LONDON PEAKY invites a different musician each week to select the one album that would accompany them to their desert island. Today, please welcome Canada’s Cheyanne Summer. IF I were to be stuck on a desert island and only had one album I could listen to for all of eternity it would probably have to…

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Something For The Weekend?

LONDONPEAKY’S new regular Friday round-up, grab a brew and take a peek, there’s something for everyone. This week, CREEPY NEIGHBOUR, LOUD APARTMENT, WILDERMAN and RODNEY CROMWELL.

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THE PERICS: No Longer A Mystery

STRADDLING the cultural metropolis of Maastricht and England’s leafy town of Nantwich, The Perics were formed in 2020 by Cheshire-based singer songwriter Matt Warren and Dutch musicians Gee Nelson and Gwen James, who are also members of the rock band, Animal Revolt. And the trio are all set to release their latest single, ‘I’m A…

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I AM A ROCKET SHIP: Dirty, psychedelic swagger.

AMERICAN-SWEDISH indie pop outfit I Am a Rocketship have just released ‘What’s This For’ from their new album ‘Lies and Legends’, following up from the earlier well received ‘Fever Dream’. Based in Atlanta, the I Am a Rocketship duo Eric Weissinger and L E Kippner, mix smooth impressionistic lyrics, rock guitar and a dash of dirty, psychedelic swagger. Both raised on folk and classical…

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NO ‘FALSE ALARM’ FOR NED’S JONN & DAN

JONN PENNEY and DAN WORTON of Ned’s Atomic Dustbin have released their debut single ‘False Alarm’ by new band ‘Spairs.’ When asked about the track Jonn said, “False Alarm is a love song. I don’t do many and most I have are a bit more obscure than this I think. It’s about permanence. So many aspects of our…

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GODZILLA’S DESERT ISLAND ALBUM

LONDON PEAKY invites a different musician each week to select the one album that would accompany them to their desert island. Today, please welcome ‘The Godzilla Attacks Tokyo Kamikaze Blues Band’   (  @TheGodzillaAtt1  ) PICKING one album from any artist is very hard, but I would take The Beatles, ‘Let It Be’ with me. I…

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