Something For The Weekend W/e12/03/2010

This week, The Suzuki’s, Violet Violet, MGMT, Lissie, Ou Est Le Swimming Pool, The Owls Are Not What They Seem And Echo And The Bunnymen

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The Suzuki’s -FREE DOWNLOAD

The Suzukis Free Download

Recent Guardian New Band Of The Day, The Suzukis are set to play their first London show this month. To coincide with the gig, they’ve made a track ‘ Built In’ available as a free download.

Built In By” The Suzukis”

*Provided by Anorak PR

From Jerry Lee Lewis to At The Drive-In, via The Stooges and The Sex Pistols, there is a lineage of rock and roll bands united by the same primeval energy and visceral power.

Hailing from Wigan, a quartet called The Suzukis, are creating a mighty storm that taps into this same raw, primal aggression and marks them out as one of the most exciting new bands to reignite people’s faith in rock and roll. It’s been a long time coming, but The Suzukis may just be the first new British group for a long while for the disaffected youth to embrace. A band that matches the sullen boredom and nihilistic pent-up anger of battered, small-town Britain with a fistful of big anthems.

Their debut single is a scathing demolition of celebrity culture to boot. Cutting lyrics over wall of sound guitars and over driven bass make for an exhilarating listen elevates  the band way above the current crop of limp indie bands and the faux-emo punk from the US.

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Violet Violet New Single

Here’s the brand new video for Violet Violet’s new single  ‘For the Young and Fresh Boned’ – (sadly I am neither)  out on Digital download 29th March (including 2 exclusive brand spanking new  b-sides)

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MGMT -FREE DOWNLOAD

MGMT have announced they will be releasing their new album ‘Congratulations,’ on Monday 12th April in the UK.  As the first teaser from the new album the band are giving away a free Mp3 of new track ‘Flash Delirium’ from www.whoismgmt.com.

MGMT -Free Download

One of 2010’s most eagerly anticipated new releases, Congratulations is the successor to MGMT’s Oracular Spectacular, Congratulations is a collection of nine new sonsg  “It’s Working,” “Song for Dan Treacy,” “Someone’s Missing,” “Flash Delirium,” “I Found a Whistle,” “Siberian Breaks,” “Brian Eno,” “Lady Dada’s Nightmare,” and “Congratulations.”

Produced by MGMT and Sonic Boom (Spacemen 3, E.A.R., Spectrum), ‘Congratulations’ was recorded throughout 2009 in upstate New York, Malibu, and Brooklyn and features Andrew Vanwyngarden and Ben Goldwasser, MGMT’s core duo, performing with Matt Asti (bass, backing vocals), Will Berman (drums, backing vocals), and James Richardson (guitar, backing vocals

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LissieIn Sleep” live

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Ou Est Le Swimming Pool

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These New Knights – Released 29TH March (7 / 12 and download)

These New Knights is the brand new single from Ou Est Le Swimming Pool who’s musical career had taken a huge leap in 2009. After the incredible success of debut single ‘Dance the Way I Feel’ the band are set to return with another floor shaking slice of Electro- Indie and here’s an exclusive remix to download

*Provided By Brilliantly Different PR

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The Owls Are Not What They Seem

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Sounding like a ramshackle gang of  world weary gin-soaked dandies The Owls Are Not What the Seem, show us what brit-pop SHOULD of  have sounded like . They play their first gig on 18/03/2010 -333 Mother Bar, 333 Old Hoxton Street London. Below is one song to download, and one, erm not too…!

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RETRO SONG OF THE WEEK

Echo And The Bunnymen –‘The Killing Moon’ –Live On The Tube 1985

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