Teleman - Cactus
A third album is coming in September, Family Of Aliens, which the band say is the result of a freer and more collaborative writing method. It does show in a way and this band go from strength to strength as a result.
Dave Dark & The Sharks - Spacetime Tours Inc
Welsh electronica, from Newport no less, and a new single.
L/F/D/M - Turning To Lime
A track from the album Death: An Introduction which came out in March.
The Body - Nothing Stirs
Terrific stuff from Portland, Oregon. The album is I Have Fought Against It, But I Can't Any Longer which came out last month.
Perpacity - Telethon
Ian Harling and Martin Nyrup make up Perpacity despite being based in the UK and Denmark respectively. This is the second track from the forthcoming LP The Order Of Now, out in September.
Astral Skulls - Take It Away
From Melbourne, this is the flip side to the April single This Place.
Mourn - Barcelona City Tour
From Barcelona, this is off Sorpresa Familia which came out last Friday.
Flasher - Pressure
A trio from Washington DC with this taken from the LP Constant Image.
Mishka Shubaly - Animals
A terrific new LP from the New Yorker, two years in the making. When We Were Animals came out last month.
Geniuser - Epiphany
Danish, but now based in London, Geniuser's new album I Am has been crowdfunded and is out on the 22nd.
Vacances - Hearts
New Yorkers shifted to Europe for this, absorbing as much as possible on the way to create a new sound.
Los Blancos - Cadi
Welsh language stuff from Camarthen, this is off the new double-A which has Clarach on the other side. Out on Friday.
STNNNG - New National Anthem
Out in 2005 on the LP Dignified Sissy, this gets a shove from the band re NFL protests and Trumpian didacticism about it all.
Papernut Cambridge - New Forever
Off the new LP Outstairs Instairs which is out a week on Friday.
Castlebeat - Video Tape
More from New York, DIY goth-pop from Josh Hwang. The LP VHS came out in March.
Spray - Singing For England 2010
And as England are playing right now, here's Spray's wonderful record from the South African edition. Brilliant.
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