Posts Tagged ‘England’

The KVB

The KVB

Owing equally to the mournful and world-weary sounds of Joy Division, the shoegaze sonics of The Jesus & Mary Chain, and the stark synths of Cabaret Voltaire, The KVB deliver a meticulously crafted masterclass in spine-tingling music bathed in blackness.

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the I.D – Age Anti Age

the I.D

Watch the music video for Age Anti Age by the I.D. The band’s double single Bloodsweat and Honour & Own Designed Love comes out on October 22, 2012 (UK).

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Sissy And The Blisters – We Are The Others

Sissy And The Blisters

Watch the music video for We Are The Others by Sissy And The Blisters.

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Depeche Mode – Route 66

Depeche Mode

Since there is no official video for Route 66 (B-side to the 1987 single Behind The Wheel), Polish Depeche Mode fans decided to travel all the way to America and cross the country from side to side in order to shoot in all of the places mentioned in the song. Watch this awesome video now!

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We Three and the Death Rattle – Hey Detonator!

We Three and the Death Rattle

This is the music video for We Three and the Death Rattle’s Hey Detonator!, directed by Robert Johnston. The single is offered as a free download via the band’s SoundCloud and the pAw//PuRR label’s Bandcamp.

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Two Door Cinema Club – Sleep Alone

Two Door Cinema Club

This is the music video for Sleep Alone, taken from Beacon – the new album from Two Door Cinema Club. Released on 3rd September on Kitsune / 4th September on Glassnote (US/Canada).

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The Chapman Family

The Chapman Family

The Chapman Family ‘s sound is a tight-rope walk between cold war punk, noise rock, and dark indie that combines charging guitar riffs, sneering basslines, and pounding drums with baritone screams of frustration and discontentment of the disenfranchised.

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Kites

Kites

Having already been compared to indie electro pioneers like New Order, O.M.D., and Talking Heads, Kites are ready to take the world by storm with their Joy Division meets Donna Summer synth laden anthems. If HURTS are too sappy for you or you prefer a synthpop band with cojones, look no further.

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Morning Parade

Morning Parade

Morning Parade blend indie guitar riffs with pulsating synths and anthemic choruses that will have you singing along in no time. Think of a punchier Delphic with small hints of Coldplay, Muse and Enter Shikari to get the picture.

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The Vaccines

The Vaccines

If you like The Ramones, The Beach Boys, The Clash, The Strokes, and The Jesus & Mary Chain, keep an eye on The Vaccines. They might not save rock ‘n’ roll, but they certainly have potential.

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