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MP3 of the Day #287: Trophy Wife

By on Monday, 24th January 2011 at 10:00 am

I’m of two minds about this remix of Trophy Wife‘s ‘The Quiet Earth’ done by electrosmith James Yuill. It’s almost like it’s been put in space. On one hand, it’s super sleek. On the other hand, some of its Trophy Wife-ishness is gone. (For more on this, read our review of the double-A single of ‘The Quiet Earth’ / ‘White Horses’ from last week.) Agree? Disagree? Let us know in the comments.


MP3 of the Day #286: Tape the Radio

By on Thursday, 20th January 2011 at 10:00 am

It was about a year ago when we profiled Tape the Radio from Deptford, London, as a Bands to Watch. They are about to tour next month as support for the Duke Spirit, but more importantly, they are set to release their debut album in April. As a taster, they’re offering the track below, ‘Heartache & Fear’, as a free download. Dark, rough around the edges…I like this one.


MP3 of the Day #285: Holy Ghost!

By on Tuesday, 18th January 2011 at 10:00 am

New York City’s Holy Ghost! is gearing up to release their self-titled debut album in April on DFA Records. I really enjoyed the taster EP they released last year, ‘Static on the Wire’ (review here), so I’m very excited for this whole album guaranteed to be chock full of mad dance beats.

To get things rolling (or maybe I should say jumping?), they’re offering up a free download of one of the new tracks, ‘Do It Again’. Listen to it below. If you like what you hear, head on over to their official Web site to grab the track for your collection.


MP3 of the Day #284: Glasvegas

By on Monday, 17th January 2011 at 10:00 am

Glasvegas, the Scottish alt-rock band discovered by legendary Creation Records boss Alan McGee so a long ago that it feels like a lifetime previous, have reappeared on the music scene. They recently previewed brand new tracks on a short tour of Scotland and now have released a new song as a free download on their Web site. Listen to the song and watch the accompanying video below. Singer James Allan sounds better than ever, as if the time he disappeared shortly after the 2009 Mercurys never happened.

The band’s highly anticipated second album, ‘EUPHORIC /// HEARTBREAK \\\’, will be released later this year. Ready those quiffs.


MP3 of the Day (and more!) #283: Delta Maid

By on Friday, 14th January 2011 at 10:00 am

Delta Maid will be releasing her first single, ‘Of My Own’’, on 18 April 18th (17 April on iTunes). her debut album, ‘’Outside Looking In’, will follow in May (to be released on Geffen / Future Records). As I’m pretty excited about these upcoming released, I am well pleased to be able to offer the stream below of Delta’s song ‘The Changes Made’, a short but gorgeously sweet little tune that showcases her beautiful voice. Raw, pure talent. (If you’re like to download the song, head on over to her Facebook page.)

Catch her on tour in the coming weeks – details on TGTF here. For more on Delta Maid, read our Bands to Watch feature on her. I’ve also included some introducing video clips where Delta talks about her family and upbringing.

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MP3 of the Day #282: Jazz Morley

By on Thursday, 13th January 2011 at 10:00 am

Check out this track, ‘Disconnected’, by Jazz Morley. Until today, this track was only available purchased at her live shows as part of ‘The Creaky Grand Sessions’ EP. (You can buy this EP on her tour in the upcoming weeks.)

It distills everything I like about her: raw emotion sung in Morley’s beautiful voice, accompanied by similarly emotive piano chords. Incidentally, Morley wrote the song for her brother, who was then serving in Afghanistan. We’re happy to report he’s returned safe and sound.

MP3: Jazz Morley – Disconnected (Creaky Grand Sessions EP version)

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