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The Bug shares video featuring recent lp cuts ‘Function/Void’

It’s a video to accompany two tracks off The Bug’s recent ‘Angels & Devils’ album so it’s not going to feature smiling children skipping trough a meadow, right? Well, you’re wrong. No, actually you’re right the bleak-future video, below, was directed by the people at London’s Factory Fifteen, and features moments of tracks ‘Function (ft Manga)’, and ‘Void (ft Liz Harris)’. Party along to below.

Lutine’s debut album ‘White Flowers’ streaming for one week only

Out tomorrow (September 29), Lutine’s Front and Follow-released debut lp ‘White Flowers’ is streaming for one week only. This is so as you can listen, decide that you love it, before ordering a copy/downloading from the usual places etc. The artwork looks lovely too…which should only help confirm your decision to get old of the record proper. Listen to ‘White Flowers’ in all its nature-touching glory below.

Postcode — ‘Year of The Zebra – Part One’

WORDS: John Hartley

On paper Postcode should be right up my street (no pun intended): a low-profile, honest-sounding indie band sharing their guitar-driven wares in the hope that someone, somewhere, sees their worth and helps them onto better things. Perhaps they just remind me of my own indie band failings – self-conscious vocals, being caught between earnest music and the need for something to stand out and catch the eye. In this latter case Postcode’s evident obsession with zebras comes across as being a little bit too affected and cutesy, and actually detracts from the music. Continue reading