A brand new release from a quintet of the most honest poets in Punk you say? Well, it can only be ‘A Hero’s Death’, the brand new album from Fontaines D.C.
If you weren’t sold on ‘Bad Guy’ before or just simply couldn’t risk ruining your super Metal credentials by admitting you liked what you heard, here’s your excuse to show it off loud and proud, with this cover from Ten Second Songs and Jared Dines.
Here’s a great tune from Kasabian to go with today’s weather in the UK. We would say more, but it’s too hot and we can’t be bothered!
Feeling a little tender after a weekend of living it up like the absolute baller that you are? Then why not take some time to reinvigorate yourself ready for the working week with ‘1/1’, an absolutely breathtaking composition from Brian Eno’s Ambient masterpiece, ‘Music For Airports’.
Today is the big day for Mr. Thom Yorke, who has once again turned his unique methods to a brand new soundtrack for Paul Thomas Anderson’s new short film ‘Anima’.
Apparently a perm is like a video game power up that gives you ultimate power, which would explain Kevin Keegan now we come to think of it… Oh yeah, you should listen to this awesome new single from IDLES!
So today we at In Key Magazine present you with ‘Anna’, an absolutely delicious stick of Indie-Rock (see what we did there?) that’s set to keep us going through the heat until recently announced upcoming album, ‘Hello Exile’ launches on 4th October.
What happened to Indie? Did all the Indie-Kids just become Hardcore Heads and Hipsters? Why is it that Mac DeMarco has been meme’d as being the only Indie musician left nowadays? Let’s bust out the Indie with this little gem from The Fratellis!
At last, after what feels like forever and is in reality probably less than a year, we’ve got a new tune from Hobo Johnson! Check it out right here…
I thought I hated Vampire Weekend. I wasn’t even aware that they’d taken an extended hiatus until buzz around ‘Father of the Bride’ started to pick up. Intrigued, I gave them another chance, and found to my surprise that they weren’t just good, but really good.