From the abandoned theme park where Craig Elliott had once invited you to visit echoes an eerie melody one may expect from a dilapidated carousel as it spins around and around with no one in sight. Such are the visuals that “Lonely Outlaw“, Elliott’s latest single, seem to evoke – with a sense of grandiosity burgeoning
That sugarcane, that tasted good That’s who you are, that’s what you could C’mon, c’mon on no one can see you cry – R.E.M., ‘Imitation of Life’ Take a look at yourself and then make a change – Michael Jackson, ‘Man in the Mirror’ See by this image, which is thine own, how utterly thou hast
As industrious as the port of the city they are based in (so Wikipedia has told us – that paragon of honest information), Tauranga’s les enfants terribles Threat.Meet.Protocol have released the third video from their 2016 album, Mindless Consumption to the general viewing public – the pretty much unpronounceable “!@%#?“
Fuzzed out pop probably best describes the latest output from Leeds based musician Maeve Munro a.k.a Young Hellions. Rather than subject audiences to an album’s worth of new material, the songwriter instead presents two singles to either a) test the water or b) see how people respond to her musical direction.
A double dose of antipodean anxiety and despair perhaps only made possible by the Southern Hemisphere’s severe isolation, Christchurch (New Zealand) industrial-goth troop Log Horn Breed and Auckland’s experimentalists Girls Pissing on Girls Pissing collaborate on record with the advent of their ‘Split’ 12” EP, due out August 19th 2016 through MUZAI Records. For those