Friday's Finest

So us and our pals at Slate The Disco have as always put together your weekend soundtrack, we’ve got a mix of garage rock, indie, twee pop and a lot of love. Enjoy!

It’s All Indie: Sketches – Lovers Liars
We’ve been following Sketches for a while now, and after
picking up their back catalogue last year and getting their latest single for free we had to check it out. ‘Lovers Liars’ is a great track to associate them by as this is them at their finest, the vocals, the melodies and the guitar tones are all perfect!

Slate The Disco: Ill Murray – C4
So we’ve been banging on about Ill Murray for what seems like an age now. Yes their name is brilliant but their slacker rock, post-punk sound is even better. In ‘C4’ we’re giving you a world premier of this track, pretty special. ‘C4’ will form part of their forthcoming ‘Butterscotch’ EP which is out next week.

It’s All Indie: Polarsets – Distance
This young band from Newcastle creates some amazing tropical-indie sounds, far from the very stereotypical Geordie overcast drizzle. They’ve managed to brighten up our week with the release of their eagerly awaited EP, ‘Distance’ is just one of the many great tracks that they have.

Slate The Disco: Nixon – I Would Never Venture You
So our first pick was a straight up roarcous affair, therefore our second pick is going to be completely different. We’ve gone for the twee indie pop stylings of Roger Gunnarsson, otherwise known as Nixon. This heart-melting number is his forthcoming 4 track EP.

UNANIMOUS: Spector - Celestine

So that's that for another week, check back daily here and at Slate The Disco for updates from the music world!