What’s on ACSOM’s Stereo? Christine and the Queens // Non Canon // The Blinders

CHRISTINE AND THE QUEENS EP // LA VITA NUOVA // BUY HERE Christine and the Queens unveiled surprise new EP, La vita nuova, on 10 April. The EP arrived with an accompanying short film of the same name, imagined by Christine and featuring the EP’s five new

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What’s on ACSOM’s Stereo? Birthday Card with new single ‘Radio Star’

Building on the momentum of their 2019 debut single, Shy Away, Aylesbury based quintet BIRTHDAY CARD have confirmed the release of their new single, Radio Star, which is set for release on Friday 8th May. Coinciding with the announcement, the band have also confirmed details of their

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What’s on ACSOM’s Stereo? Metronomy with ‘Oscar Cash Forever’

As announced exclusively via Metronomy TV, the ever innovative electronic indie-pop collective Metronomy have shared Oscar Cash Forever, out now via Because Music. Created by Metronomy member and multi-instrumentalist Oscar Cash, Oscar Cash Forever is a collection of original tracks inspired by songs from the band’s 2019

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Ex-Stone Roses drummer Robbie Jay Maddix – “Ian spotted a Reni banner… and started waving it on the stage. As if to say, Reni has gone but he’s not forgotten.”

Paul John Dykes interviewed former Stone Roses drummer, Robbie Jay Maddix, back in 2007. Here is that interview in full: Robbie Jay Maddix replaced Reni behind the Stone Roses’ drum kit in 1995, and subsequently toured the world with the band. Here, he discussed his earliest influences

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What’s on ACSOM’s Stereo? Wendy James’ latest Motown-tinged single ‘Little Melvin’

WENDY JAMES showcases her love of Motown on new track Little Melvin, taken from her forthcoming 5th solo album Queen High Straight, which is released on 1st May 2020. An English singer-songwriter born in London, Wendy exploded onto the British music scene in 1988 as the fearless

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What’s on ACSOM’s Stereo? HAARM with new single ‘Take Me Away’

Liverpool alt-pop songwriting team HAARM have released their latest single Take Me Away via all good digital service providers. A stark juxtaposition to their usual sombre fare, Take Me Away is a “psycho-tropical” sunshine anthem packed full of steel drums, feel-good vibes, and escapism — the perfect

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What’s on ACSOM’s Stereo? Art Brut and We Are Scientists team up as WASABI

Alcopop! Records have announced a long-awaited digital release from Art Brut and We Are Scientists, whose special WASABI (We Are Scientists Art Brut International) 12” split vinyl was originally released exclusively for Record Store Day 2019. Now, for the first time on all good digital service providers,

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John McCullagh with A Celtic State of Mind – “When you see those green and whites run out, it just hits you in the heart like a song.”

Back in 2013, Scottish music mogul Alan McGee spoke about discovering his latest prodigious talent – 14-year-old Doncaster native, John Lennon McCullagh. At just 15, John became the first signing to McGee’s 359 Music, who released his debut album North South Divide on 14 October 2013. McGee

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What’s on ACSOM’s Stereo? The Strokes’ new LP ‘The New Abnormal’

THE STROKES have released their first new album in seven years, The New Abnormal, out now via Cult Records / Columbia. The New Abnormal is The Strokes’ sixth studio album and was recorded at Shangri-La Studios in Malibu and produced by Rick Rubin. The album’s cover artwork

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What’s on ACSOM’s Stereo? THE FALL with live compilation ‘Box of Ten #2’

The Fall were one of England’s most revered post-punk bands. Formed in 1976 in Prestwich, Greater Manchester, they underwent many line-up changes, with vocalist and founder Mark E. Smith the only constant member. First associated with the late 1970s punk movement, the Fall’s music has always pushed

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