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A selection of tracks from bands we have featured this week including Kirsty MaColl, Wilko Johnson, Dexters, The Whereabouts, Chuck Ragan and more…

SUBBA PLAYLIST Red Fang: Voices Of The Dead (from the album Whales And Leeches)
What We Said:
It’s impossible to dislike Red Fang, there’s something endearing about them and the honesty of their music’ -
Click here to read our full review Dexters: They’re Blind (from the album Shimmer Gold)
What We Said:
Ladened with infectious indie-rock beats, a strong anthemic chorus and raw melodic charm’-
Click here to read our full review Chuck Ragan: Wake With You (from the album Till Midnight)
What We Said: ‘
some of his most brilliant song writing yet’-
Click here to read our full review Saintseneca: Bloodbath (from the album Dark Arc)
What We Said:
Purveyors of beautifully skewed, DIY alt-folk, Saintseneca carve moments of poignancy from a deceptively simple formula.’-
Click here to read our full review The Whereabouts: Emmalene (recent single)
What We Said: ‘
They resonate with a definite profoundness and are remarkably perceptive to the aesthetics of the genre they operate in’-
Click here to read our full review Kirsty MaColl: They Don’t Know (from the album All I Ever Wanted-The Anthology)
What We Said: ‘
the missing link between Sandie Shaw and Lily Allen’-
Click here to read our full review Wilko Johnson & Roger Datrey: Ice On The Motorway (from the album Going Back Home)
What We Said:
if this is Wilko’s last recorded work it’s a fitting epitaph to a unique talent who perhaps never quite received the credit he deserved’-
Click here to read our full review The Chap: What Did We Do (from the album We Are Nobody)
What We Said:
‘Confusing, brittle but somehow ridiculously entertaining’-
Click here to read our full review Ema: Dead Celebrity ( from the album The Future’s Void)
What We Said: ‘
It’s a schizophrenic ride that covers a lot of ground, and it will probably leave your head spinning’ Ginger Wildheart: Body Parts ( from the album Albion)
What We Said: ‘
it zings with the subtlety of an elephant in a rage in a Swarovski store’-
Click here to read our full review Lykke Li: No Rest For The Wicked ( from forthcoming album I Never Learn)
What We Said:
‘haunting new single’ The Melodic: Come Outside ( from the album Effra Parade)
What We Said: ‘
new single to be released on 12th May 2014’ Eno.Hyde: Daddy’s Car ( from the forthcoming album Someday World)
What We Said: ‘
betrays the duo’s love of Steve Reich and cyclical Afrobeat, maintaining the strong sense of melody and structure through Hyde’s lead vocal’ We Were Evergreen: False Start ( from the forthcoming album Towards)
What We Said:
The fast rising band excite and delight in equal measures…' Ratking: Canal ( from the album So It Goes)
What We Said:
‘Ratking probably couldn’t care less about the charts’-
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