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Song Of The Day: Mogwai – Ritchie Sacramento

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This new Mogwai single is very good. That is all.

Song Of The Day: The Deathray Davies – Oh Stars

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Looking for something to do that’ll kill a few minutes? You’re in luck – The Deathray Davies have coincidentally named their upcoming new album Time Well Wasted and upon listening to first single “Oh Stars” I’d have to agree that it’s a pretty good way to spend the next two minutes and fifty three seconds. Check it out below. Time Well Wasted is out February 12 via State Fair/We Know Better. Team Clermont · The Deathray Davies "Oh Stars"

Song Of The Day The Antlers – Solstice

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Photo Credit: Shervin Lainez The Antlers have long been a Panic Manual favourite so the recent announcement that they’ll be releasing their new album (and first in seven years) Green To Gold in March of this year is certainly a welcome one. And if latest single “Solstice” is any indication, the new album finds the band in generally good spirits. As singer Peter Silberman explains, “this is the first album I’ve made that has no eeriness in it”, adding that …

Paul’s Favourite Songs of the Year

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2020 was not a great year by any standard, but there was still a lot of great music that came out this year. So continuing on from Ricky’s recent rundown of his favourite songs to come out this year, here’s a few of the songs I enjoyed quite a bit this year. Molly Tuttle – A Little Lost I first discovered Molly Tuttle last year (and subsequently came to regret not catching her November 2019 show at The Horseshoe – …