Thursday, May 9, 2013

Singles round up, featuring: Tree House Society, The World Service, Weird Mob and The See No Evils.

A really lovely jangly 3 track EP from Italian Power Poppers "Tree House Society" currently hanging out on "Melody Hill" and having a party as the songs on this single confirm.

Contact, befriend, follow, like and love Tree House Society here: Facebook

Stream and buy the single here: Bandcamp


The World Service are from Camden in London and offer up music in a similar vein to Interpol and The National, but in my opinion, much better.  Generation is the first single from the bands 2nd EP "Hideaway."

Listen to more tracks from World Service here: Soundcloud

Contact, befriend, follow, like and love The World Service here: Facebook


Is this a mini album or an Extended Play single?  Not really sure but I am sure that it is a really great piece of synth driven pop from married librarians Dave Gibson and Renee Reighart, music with a twist of 60's pop melodies and cool 80's New Wave, we like this, we like it alot!!!!

Sweet songs and stories from the warehouse.......

Stream and buy the album/EP here: Bandcamp

Contact, befriend, follow, like and love Weird Mob here: Facebook


Now, I don't know if these guys have a record out, but, they are just too good to ignore.  Hailing from Leeds, the band have only been together for a year and aprt from churning out some excellent songs, they have had support slots with The Pretty Things and The Fleshtones to name a few.  The bands blend of 60's garage tunes is absolutely awesome, take a listen and hopefully the band will keep me informed of any future releases.

Stream more here: Soundcloud

Contact, befriend, follow, like and love The See No Evils here: Facebook


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