GOAT GIRL RELEASE NEW SINGLE ‘SCREAM’

SHARE NEW TRACK ‘SCREAM’

LISTEN HERE :

http://rtrecs.co/scream

“Goat Girl are ready to turn indie music on its head

And rip its guts out” – The Guardian

“Goat Girl are the whip – smart, politicized young Londoners

breaking into the big time” – DIY

South London’s Goat Girl are excited to share new track ‘Scream’

Listen to the track and pre-order the 7″

http://rtrecs.co/scream  

‘Cracker Drool’ & ‘Scream’ will be released on the 15th December on Limited edition 7”. The track is available on all streaming services now.

WATCH HERE

 

Goat Girl head up an emerging set of groups from South London who have been inspired by the burgeoning local scene there. A classic sketch by the late great comedian Bill Hicks inspired their band name.

Goat Girl are: Clottie Cream, Rosy Bones, Naima Jelly and L.E.D.

GOAT GIRL ONLINE:

https://www.facebook.com/goatgirlofficial

https://www.instagram.com/goatgirlofficial/

http://goatgirl.co.uk/

RENZ SHARES NEW SINGLE ‘WANT ME’

RENZ
Shares new single ‘Want Me ft. Trinna Carter’

Following on from his single ‘Anyting’, which was released via New Gen / Remote Control, Renz is back with ‘Want Me ft. Trinna Carter’, another laid-back summertime jam that will make you regret never getting around to booking that winter break to Mauritius.

Even managing to bring summer-vibes to the basement club of Birthdays in Shoreditch, if Renz and Trinna Carter’s new video doesn’t help you shrug off the winter chill, I don’t know what will. Filled with Renz’ blissed out approach to vocals and production, it’s an unassuming earworm.

Having executive produced the first New Gen record as well as creating one of the most popular song on it (Flexin’), London’s Renz steps further out of the pack and into his own light as a solo artist with ‘Want Me’, which will feature on forthcoming self-released mixtape Lifestyle.

WATCH HERE

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GOAT GIRL Share new single ‘Cracker Drool’

South London’s Goat Girl are excited to share the video for new track ‘Cracker Drool’, which was produced by Dan Carey (Bat For Lashes, Kate Tempest) and recorded in his South London studio. The video was directed by CC Wade and was filmed in Sussex by the London based brothers who have previously worked with King Krule. Pre-order the 7inch here: http://rtrecs.co/crackerdrool

‘Cracker Drool’ will be released on the 8th December on limited edition 7” backed by exclusive B Side ‘Scream‘. The track is available on all streaming services now.

Goat Girl head up an emerging set of groups from South London who have been inspired by the burgeoning local scene there. A classic sketch by the late great comedian Bill Hicks inspired their band name.

Goat Girl – ‘Cracker Drool’
Stream / Purchase: https://goatgirl.lnk.to/crackerdrool

LANKUM present New Track + Video ‘The Granite Gaze’

Check out new track ‘The Granite Gaze’ from Lankum’s new album “Between the Earth and Sky”, which is released now on Rough Trade / Rhythmethod. Described as a song “Dedicated to the women and children of Ireland, past and present” by Lankum themselves and sung by Radie Peat of the band.

The accompanying video has been made by cult Irish filmmaker Stephen McCollum (also responsible for the hilarious Award winning ‘Pullin’ The Devil By The Tail’ animated short film series).  Stephen has described the video as: ‘A metaphysical allegory exploring mankind’s capacity for ignorance and destruction of innocence in the face of celestial mystery, expressed in plasticine.”

Rough Trade label head, Geoff Travis contextualised,“On their first album the original song “Cold Old Fire “ is rapidly becoming an anthem for these times, listen to the Dublin audience sing every word with the band in concert. On the new album another original song “Granite Graze” serves a similar function of reminding us that the band are not merely traditionalists but classic song chroniclers of these modern times”.

Lankum are one of the most talked about bands to come out of Ireland in decades. They’re a Dublin four-piece who combine distinctive four-part vocal harmonies with arrangements of uilleann pipes, concertina, accordion, fiddle and guitar. Their repertoire spans humorous Dublin music-hall ditties and street-songs, classic ballads from the Traveller tradition, traditional Irish and American dance tunes, and their own original material. The band comprises of brothers Ian and Daragh Lynch along with Cormac MacDiarmada and Radie Peat. When not on tour Ian lectures in Irish Folklore and musical traditions in University College Dublin, while Cormac and Radie grew up as champion traditional players, on the fiddle and concertina, respectively. Yet Lankum are not purely trad themselves, in the same way The Pogues were more urban music. Rough-hewn and raw, they’re the most exciting thing in Dublin right now.

The band was originally formed by brothers Ian and Daragh Lynch in the early 2000’s, and has since progressed through a number of incarnations, culminating in the four-piece group playing today. The release of their album ‘Cold Old Fire’ and a subsequent appearance on the BBC television programme, ‘Later… with Jools Holland’ cemented their reputation as a band that successfully crosses genres. Although an acoustic group whose repertoire is fundamentally based on traditional song, influenced by legends such as Frank Harte, Planxty, The Dubliners and the Watersons, subtle traces of the group’s collective influences can be detected, ranging from American old-timey music to krautrock and drone. Lankum are busy breathing new life into old music.

“Lankum are the darlings of Dublin’s 300 year-old folk scene.” Colin Irwin – The Guardian

5/5 fRoots

8/10 Uncut

4/5 MOJO

LANKUM – new single – ‘Sergeant William Bailey’

From The Forthcoming Album “Between the Earth and Sky”

Release Date: 27 October 2017

“Lankum are the darlings of Dublin’s 300 year-old folk scene.” Colin Irwin – The Guardian

Although an acoustic group whose repertoire is fundamentally based on traditional song, influenced by legends such as Frank Harte, Planxty, The Dubliners and the Watersons, subtle traces of the group’s collective influences can be detected, ranging from American old-timey music to krautrock and drone. Check it out! Fantastic!!


‘Satire in times of unrest is a potent a weapon as any, and this fact was not lost upon the ballad makers of Ireland’s past. Songs poking fun at the British Army recruiting sergeant were common in the Irish tradition and represent a class of anti-war song unto themselves. This one is particularly special in that the site of William Bailey’s recruiting attempts is Dunphy’s Corner, just down the road from where the members of Lankum live on Dublin’s northside. In our present era of social and political unrest songs that seek to lampoon and make fun of figures of authority, military or otherwise, are as relevant as ever.’ Ian Lynch, Lankum

Check out ‘Sergeant William Bailey’ from the forthcoming album now, here: http://rtrecs.co/sgtwilliambailey

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