On Repeat – Best of September – Part Two

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READ PART ONE HERE

It is that time of the month again where we look back at what was dominating our playing time in the previous month. You should know the drill by now, only music which has somehow found its way to us through our various channels gets into the list, so if you want to be considered for the October edition, contact us through the following:
Facebook/// Twitter /// Soundcloud  and of course email substanceismeaningless@gmail.com. (please send a band bio, album release dates etc with your emails!)

THE HENRY MILLERS – POSIES

Influenced by a wide range of sources, the quartet’s alluring mix of modern synthesizer driven experimentation and pop music reminds the listener of past art collaborations that seem to only take life in the industrial zoo that is New York City. Their second full-length album Posies, came out on September 16th.

BRUCH – TAKE ME HOME VIENNA

Bruch’s voice is a smokey sweet drunken caress to the ears. The track is a promising sign of things to come with the 2nd album “My Name Should Be Trouble” set be released on Oct, 3rd via Totally Wired Records.

ETIQUETTE – OUTSIDE IN

Don’t really know much about this band, their song popped up on FIELD TRIP X SCION SESSIONS – DISCOVERY SERIES 7″ VOL.2 and we just fell in love with its moody, sensual feeling.

DARLIA – STARS ARE ALIGNED

2014 has already proved to be an incredible year for Darlia, with acclaimed performances at Glastonbury, Radio 1’s Big Weekend, Reading & Leeds and more, clocking up some hefty rotation on Radio 1. The Blackpool trio are all set to release the crushing new single on October 27th via B-Unique Records.

DEMS – LIONESS

Set for release on 3rd November via Sew In Love Records, ‘Muscle Memory’ is the hugely anticipated debut LP from DEMS. The much vaunted electronic trio from South London have spent the last year garnering a devoted fanbase as well as achieving widespread critical acclaim. Lioness gives you a feel for things to come.

YELLERKIN – TOOLS

There’s a real rawness to Yellerkin’s new track Tools that truly sets it apart.  Hailing from the epicentre of Brooklyn NY, a place currently on fire with great new artists of late, the Yellerkin pairing comprising of Adrian Galvin & Luca Buccellati offer their unique stylistic brand of music that pulsates energy & emotion through-out.

APES – STRANGE TASTES

Both powerful and dynamic, Strange Tastes is built from sensual grooves – stitched together with a fiery, and fuzzy chorus. ‘Strange Tastes’ came out on the 29th of September.

READ PART THREE HERE

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