Parker Longbough – ‘Green and Gold/Drink the Hemlock’

Parker Longbough is the recording nom de plume of Anchorage Alaska musical artist, Matthew Witthoeft. His latest album – his fourth – is set for release on November 22, while new single, ‘Avalanche Beacon’, comes out on October 11.

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American High – ‘U.N. Article 14’

From Sacremento, California, punk band, American High have released their new album, ‘U.N. Article 14’. The group make catchy 60s infused music, all with a social consciousness that’s been missing in a lot of modern music. All proceeds from the album go to the Sacremento Food Bank and Family Services.

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FUNNY BONES – They Might Be Giants Greet Death And Dystopia With Gallows Humour On ‘I Like Fun’

Recorded at the same Skyline studios, where they made their best-selling major label debut Flood, I Like Fun feels like a hearkening back to They Might…

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Mr. Flannery and His Feelings – ‘Pushing Up’

It wasn’t that long ago we featured Mr Flannery and His Feelings, with his track, ‘Embers Of Dead Fires’, the second from his new album, ‘Try Your Hardest’. Now he’s back with ‘Pushing Up’, which comes with a retro-styled video directed by Gabriel Judet-Weinshel.

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AJJ “Goodbye, Oh Goodbye”

AJJ release ‘Goodbye, Oh Goodbye’, the first single from their new album, ‘The Bible 2’.

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They Might Be Giants Announce UK Tour Dates

They Might Be Giants announce their return to the UK for a string of dates in January and February 2016.

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Glean – They Might Be Giants

You may already be familiar with two-time Grammy winners, They Might Be Giants from their huge UK hit ‘Birdhouse In Your Soul’, and the brilliant Malcolm In The Middle Theme tune ‘Boss Of Me’.

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