We have previously featured the forthcoming Drill Festival here and here, and with less than three weeks to go One Inch Badge has finalised the line up, with only the complete day splits and timetable now to come.
Headlines of the new additions are the return of The Wedding Present and the Melvins afilliated Big Business.
Perhaps of more interest to us at Brighton Noise is the proliferation of many of our favourite local acts, meaning the festival looks like it will be a real showcase for the excellent scene we have in Brighton. Highlights include Theo Verney, Verity Susman, Great Pagans, Stuart Warwick, Hypnotized, Speak Galactic and Spit Shake Sisters.
Keep your eyes peeled for a forthcoming Brighton Noise preview.
Soon to be massive electronic pop duo IYES released a new video for their track ‘Glow’ ahead of a hotly anticipated debut album to be released next year.
Our own Chris Kuzmicki described Pink Lizards as “a seedy sordid and debased blues-rawk band”. Like the sound of that? They’ve released two new tracks on their Soundcloud. As if to prove his point one is called ‘Settle for Lust’.
Soph Nathan have changed their name to Our Girl, which gives us the excuse to feature their track of the same name. Hopefully, new material will be along song, stay up to date at the band’s new Facebook page.
BANDCALLEDMAC’s Emerge From Your Cocoon and Be Eaten For You Are Weak album was reviewed by our own Daniel Hignell earlier this week. Have a listen to the full record on Bandcamp
With only a Soundcloud to its name, all we know is that nightkites is a Brighton based nu-garage/dubby affair that recalls Burial. Have a listen to ‘Drones’ from the EP of the same name below.
Longtime favourites of the site Soccer 96 are back with a new video ‘Stepovers’. Watch it below
Sure to be loved by any admirer of whimsical British psychedelia, Jouis are an aural delight. Their recently released Dojo album is available on Bandcamp now.