Song Of The Day: The Murlocs – Bellarine Ballerina

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“Bellarine Ballerina” is a bracing bit of psych-punk from Melbourne’s The Murlocs, taken off of their upcoming sixth studio album Rapscallion, out this Friday via ATO Records. Check it out below.

Song Of The Day: ODDLY – Alligator

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London’s Damnably Records have been responsible for some of Panic Manual’s faves over the past few years, including Say Sue Me, Grrrl Gang, and Otoboke Beaver, and if “Alligator” is any indication, we may now have to add the name ODDLY to that list.

The Kyoto-based trio initially released “Alligator” as part of the Adult Swim curated Japan Is Loud compilation and are now putting it out as a digital single via Damnably with plans in the works for the band’s debut full length album as well.

Check out the video for “Alligator” below.

Song Of The Day: The Afghan Whigs – A Line Of Shots

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“A Line Of Shots” is the latest single off of How Do You Burn, the new album from The Afghan Whigs and the band’s ninth album overall.

Check out the song’s roller disco themed video below, possibly while enjoying a line of shots if you feel like doing so. Whatever you do though, please skate responsibly.

How Do You Burn is out today via Royal Cream/BMG.

Song Of The Day: Gloin – Shoot To Kill

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“Shoot To Kill” is the lead single off of We Found This, the upcoming debut album from Toronto noise rockers Gloin. Check it out below.

We Found This is out on October 21st via Mothland.