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Tame Impala – Let It Happen

Whilst searching for previous Tame Impala tracks on Music Bore I was completely shocked to find that there were none. 4 albums in, I guess I better right that wrong so here is the opening track from their 2015 album “Currents”. “Let It Happen” (and in fact the whole album) takes Kevin Parker’s music in a whole new direction, but judging by the reaction of fans at the Liverpool Olympia gig last week, these guys are on the verge of something... read more

Klaus Johann Grobe – Koordinaten

I know very little about Klaus Johann Grobe except that they are a Swiss band who sing in German. This is mad as anything =... read more

Rival Sons – Jordan

Californian rockers Rival Sons have been reviving the traditional rock sound for a few years now. Paul Hobson from Moorgate Acoustics in Sheffield has been banging on about how good live they are for yonks – the rest of the world seems to have just about latched on to them now as well. Paul’s recommendation is the track “Jordan”. Taken from their 3rd album “Head Down” this has more than a bit of Jeff Buckley about it. Enjoy.... read more

The Stranglers – Hanging Around

The Stranglers had it all; talent, attitude, timing and great songs. It’s hard to choose stand out tracks from their vast album output as there are so many but Hanging Around from their 1977 debut “Rattus Norvegicus” is definitely one.... read more

Tuxedomoon – No Tears

This electro-punk sounding Tuxedomoon track was suggested by Garry Mansfield. Says Garry, “No Tears, 1978 Post-Punk classic. Tuxedomoon is an experimental, post-punk, new wave band from San Francisco, California.” I like this, a lot – nice one... read more

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