Category Archives: new music of the day

New Music of the Day : XCVI – Blood Moon – Saint Sister

It isn’t very often you come across a new musical term that actually has the right resonance. Sticking “core” after a testosterone charged prefix might suffice for the metal community but out in the post-pubescent world demands are much higher. … Continue reading

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New Music of the Day – XCII: Your Body’s Alright – The Brainiac 5

A new video from Brainiac 5 is always going to be an interesting prospect. We all aware of their ability to blend strands of psychedia, pop and punk into strange yet strangely accessible songs, so why should their videos be … Continue reading

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New Music of the Day : LXX – Flat Roof House – Helene Greenwood

Capturing all the playfulness and innocence of Bjork and wrapping it in a dreamy, minimalist indie-pop bubble, Flat Roof House is all about textures and mood rather than structure and stability. Wistful reflections wander through a free form song where … Continue reading

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New Music of the Day: LXIX – Allegorical House – Jake Morley

Not so long ago I caught Jake support Colin Vernecombe in the beautiful surroundings of an arts centre built from a converted tithe barn. The late evening’s changing light streaming through the arched windows behind were the perfect backdrop to … Continue reading

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New Music of the Day : LXVIII – Only Friend – Valley Maker

Life rarely provides obvious answers. But if you appreciate the beauty and wonder of exploring its complex mysteries, then Seattle’s Valley Maker deserves your undivided attention. Recorded on opposite ends of the country, and composed during a nomadic period spanning … Continue reading

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New Music of the Day : LXI – Casanova Is Burning – Roving Crows

Roving Crows walk a perfect line for a modern roots band. They blend lively Celtic, British and New World folk flavours together in such a way that it manages to sound traditional yet doesn’t live in the past, modern but without … Continue reading

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New Music of the Day – LV: Skint – Sewer Rats

Fluffer Records, the visceral London based label that not only bought us a host of unforgettable live music nights featuring the likes of Slaves, God Damn, Cerebral Balzy and Bad For Lazarus, but are also responsible for recorded output of garage-punk duo Love Buzzard, … Continue reading

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New Music of the Day – LII : Everybody Knows (There’s a War) – Keegan McInroe.

Not only a timely and poignant piece of consciousness raising music but a fantastic piece of animation by Undertoon Sale from the album From The Wall and In The City. Based in Fort Worth, Texas, Keegan McInroe is a frequent … Continue reading

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New Music of the Day – L : Laura – Jay-Jay Johanson and Robin Guthrie

Here at DAA we normally stick to our brief of unknown and underground, original music, but when your radar picks up a blip that turns out to be a cover of Bat For Lashes by Jay-Jay Johanson and Cocteau Twins’ … Continue reading

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New Music of The Day – XLIX : Don’t Forget The Joker – Vennart

​“‘Don’t Forget The Joker’ is pretty much the centre piece of the album, certainly from a lyrical standpoint. It’s different to the rest of the material, in that it sounds drunk, half-played and slurred, which is kinda what the words … Continue reading

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