MIDWEEK MUSIC CLUB [15]

Midweek Music Club – Week 15

The Midweek Music Club returns with yet another new look and more music for you to love or loathe…
The same 4 rules apply…

#1 – Share with your friends
#2 – Make your friends share with their friends
#3 – This is music sent to us, so good or bad, don’t be afraid to comment??
#4 – And never question why the feature is released on Friday, cheers

MWMC

Bat and Ball – We Prefer It In The Dark

After writing and performing for various other bands during their teens, the super talented siblings Abi and Chris Sinclair have finally got together to release their debut EP due for release on the 14th October on Hospital Samples.

Watch the video for ‘We Prefer It In The Dark’ here

For more info – batandballband.com

Flyte – Live EP

The young quartet from London will be releasing their debut ‘Live EP’ independently later this month. The infectious 3 track EP was recorded in a day and mixed by Dan Grech-Marguerla.

Stream the EP here

For more info head over to their Facebook page

The Growlers – Not. Psych

Following hot on the heels of The Growlers’ acclaimed ‘Hung at Heart’ LP, their first for FatCat, ‘Not. Psych’ EP will be released on 14th October on 12″ vinyl and digital download.

You can stream new track ‘Humdrum Blues’

For more info – www.thegrowlers.com

Katie Malco – Tearing Ventricles

Following Katie Malco’s soul searching EP, ‘Katie Malco & The Slow Parade’, on Alcopop! Records back in 2011, she is back with her new EP Tearing Ventricles set to drop 30th September on Red 12”.

For more info head over to their Facebook page 

Portland – Deezy Daisy

New French alternative pop trio Portland will release their debut single ‘Deezy Daisy’ via Kitsuné on 16th September.

Chela – Romanticise

Electro-pop and dance artist, Chelsea Wheatley aka Chela has released her new EP, ‘Romanticise’ on French label Kitsuné, featuring many great remixers such as Gold Fields and Boys Get Hurt.

For more info head over to their Facebook page 

G.Logan – How Did We

London-based solo artist G.Logan continues to establish himself as an artist of superior quality, goasting previous production credits from the likes of Kelis, Jay Sean and Craig David ‘How Did We’ is set to drop 16th September on Defected.

For more info – g-logan.com

Stubborn Heart – Penetrate

Their debut LP featured as our album of the month in November last year, the duo return with 4-track ‘Penetrate’ out on 30th September via One Little Indian

Check out the Walter Ego mix here.

For more info check out the bands Tumblr page

Lolo – Year Round Summer of Love

Tennessee born Lolo has revealed her latest new track ‘Year Round Summer of Love’. Lolo, now residing in Brooklyn, NY is clearly a one to watch with Misterjam and Zane Lowe already singing her praises.

For more info - weaponforsaturday.com

Swimming Lessons – Warm Sheets

Swimming Lessons is the brainchild of Leeds based multi instrumentalist and producer Ben Lewis. Warm Sheets is throbbing delight of afro beat drums, pulsing synths and a huge undeniable pop chorus, garnering comparisons to Yeasayer, M83 and Animal Collective.

For more info follow the band on twitter @swimminglessons 

Itch – Homeless Romantic

Following two big sets at Reading and Leeds festivals, iTCH has announced the UK release of his new single ‘Homeless Romantic’, released 13th October through Red Bull Records featuring the vocal talents of Taking Back Sunday’s Adam Lazzarra.

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