Soft Science - I Don't Know Why I Love You
The flip side of the single Undone from the Californian syndicate is a House Of Love cover.
The Golden Dregs - What A Life, What A Waste
This is the project of Falmouth's Ben Woods with the album Lafayette out on Friday on SW label Art Is Hard.
Hearts & Rockets - Psychic Powers
Formerly Heat Wave, the now rebranded Melbournians have a split 7" out with city peers Piss Factory.
Breakfast Muff - Crocodile
The title track to the EP that came out last month from these cheeky Glaswegians.
Acid Dad - Marine
A track from the self-titled LP from the New Yorkers which came out in March.
Baywaves - 1954 Egyptian Drama
From a burgeoning Madrid underground scene come Baywaves with their EP It's Been Like which came out last week.
The Lovely Eggs - Big Sea
Lancaster married couple with another single from the This Is Eggland LP.
UkePunk - Susie Dent
Ramsbottom's premier ukulele-based punk outfit and friends of the show with their new single, out now, in tribute to everyone's favourite lexicographer.
Youth Man - Statuesque
From Birmingham, this is off the EP Five Songs which contains.. err.... five songs.
Drenge - This Dance
The Loveless brothers a back after a small hiatus and after their Grand Reopening tour have put out this new single.
Slowcoaches - Found Down
New single from the London punk trio.
The Jack Cades - Identity Crisis
Old-fashioned garage rock from Elsa and Mike Whittaker from Warwick. The album Music For Children came out last Friday.
Gabe Gurnsey - Ultra Clear Sound
Half of Factory Floor with a solo record that's very different to that. The album Physical is out in August.
InfraGhosts - Phantom Pain
Melbourne's Laura Davis is InfraGhosts and this single came out in March.
The Lucid Dream - SX1000
Something a bit different from Carlisle's Lucid Dream. They've recently completed their 4th album and this is the first single from it.
Istanbul Hippodrome - Atomised
Stunning stuff from the Folkestone band about whom I'd learn more if Facebook wasn't utter turd.
Week off next week, back in a fortnight.