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In the latest Wikileaks dump of Clinton campaign emails, campaign manager John Podesta rails against Pitchfork’s “Top 50 Shoegaze Albums of All Time” list, in candid conversation with Clinton confidant and advisor Huma Abedin. The exchange should have no effect on Clinton’s chances to win the Presidency, but the criticism is nonetheless cutting. We’ve arranged the conversation chronologically, for easier readability, but edited the off-color language.

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Podesta: “What is this bullsh*t you send me? Why would I care what Putzfork thinks are the top 50 shoegaze albums of all time? God knows they’re still fighting for relevance, but this sh*t sure doesn’t make their case.”

Abedin: “At least thought you’d get a chuckle out of #48. Be well!”

Podesta: “Don’t even get me started on #48. Nothing’s ‘Tired of Tomorrow’ makes the ALL TIME ALBUMS LIST? So they’re saying the new Nothing album has stood the test of time? Since what, FIVE MONTHS AGO?!?”

Abedin: “I thought that might get a rise out of you.”

Podesta: “Seriously though? It’s a fine album, don’t get me wrong. Probably Top Five of the year. But might not even end up as the year’s best. Competing with Newmoon, Magnet School, Big Deal, The Stargazer Lilies? Give me a break. And did you read the attached blurb? ‘The Philly band is “The Walking Dead” of gorgeous guitar rock…’ WHAT DOES THAT EVEN MEAN? Nothing represents the inevitable zombie apocalypse?

Abedin: “Well, Pitchfork does have a history of latching on to the ‘new, hip band’ that the kids are raving about, in hopes some of their cool factor rubs off on them.”

Podesta: “But that act is so old it’s transparent by now. Seems like they’ve climbed so far up Nicky Palermo’s butt they can’t see the sunshine anymore. They could’ve at LEAST tossed Airiel’s ‘Battle of Sealand’ up there in its place, nobody would’ve blinked an eye. Oh, wait… Putzfork gave it a 5.0. Can’t unring THAT bell NOW. And throwing a bone to Xinlisupreme at #50, so they could cross Japan off their list? Feels like they were filling some self-imposed quotas here. Probably not even the best Japanese shoegaze album of all time. Weak.”

Abedin: “Hey, at least there were women represented here. They finally got to cover a genre where women play a REAL role, and can’t be relegated to the ‘male-led ingenue myth’ they’ve been criticized for.”

Podesta: “Sure, granted, but seems like they’re just checking a lot of boxes here for the sake of ‘coolness’. M83? Alcest? Jesu? Xinlisupreme? All of them quality releases, but seem thrown in to show sonic diversity. And how can you champion Lovesliescrushing without even half a nod to Astrobrite’s landmark ‘Crush’ LP? Epic failure. And without so much as a passing nod to Ringo Deathstarr, Tears Run Rings, Tamaryn, Fleeting Joys? The folks CURRENTLY reinvigorating the sound? Just, NO.”

Abedin: “Well when I’m looking for thoughtful art criticism, I usually head straight for Conde Nast. *smirk*.”

Podesta: “And Bardo f*cking Pond? Is that a joke? Wait – Bardo f*cking Pond rated higher than Medicine’s “Shot Forth Self Living”? That’s twisted. And don’t get me started on their ‘Loveless’ blurb.”

Abedin: “Well, what else can be said about the landmark of the genre that hasn’t been done to death?”

Podesta: “I realize it’s not easy to find original things to say about “Loveless” at this point, but saying it’s ‘…romantic in the 19th century sense, a work so grand that it connects us to the limitless universe and reminds us how small we are as individuals within it…’, that’s pretentious to the point of hilarity. I think what the writer is REALLY saying is, ‘I went to university for a BA in 19th century lit and all I got was this crappy job writing for Pitchfork’.”

Abedin: “Altogether, seems a really sad and desperate attempt to be cool, like when my embarrassing uncle shows up for Thanksgiving dinner in skinny jeans.”

Podesta: “Seems like somebody Googled ‘seminal shoegaze albums’ and averaged out the results. Sh*t, even NME at their WORST put in more effort. And they never had to break it into five pages for bonus ad views, either.”

Abedin: “At least nobody got compared to Radiohead, so that’s progress for P4K, right?”

These hacked emails have not been verified by DKFM. Representatives of the Clinton campaign declined to comment, and Dominic Palermo could not be reached for comment as of publication date. The Trump campaign responded promptly, however, with the candidate issuing the following Tweet:

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Never one to quit while ahead, Trump later added the following:

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Check out our Top 100 Shoegaze Albums of All Time list here.

 

Today we’re treated to a new track from Montréal‘s The City Gates. We’d grabbed hold of the EP’s first single, “Checkpoint Charlie” as soon as we’d stumbled upon it. Only seconds in, you’re treated to an airy, expansive, classic feel. Alternately melodic and abrasive, “Checkpoint Charlie” was a reminder that amazing music is being made right now, that appreciates the genre without simply aping it.

These qualities are brought into sharp focus on the EP’s just-released second single, “Maddening Ride”. Cavernous vocals overlay a wall of guitar expanse, and if you’re a fan of the genre you immediately feel right at home. The hook draws you into the soundscape, and this feels like a song you’ve known all your life, even though you’re hearing it for the first time. Lend an ear.

While surely EP to be released soon! is not the final working title, and effective date for full reveal is projected in late summer, the first two tracks are evidence that The City Gates have truly come into their own. They’ve recently shared a bill with shoegaze veterans The Veldt and Funeral Advantage, but it’s no stretch to imagine their headlining slots aren’t far off. Next show of note is in support of NOTHING and TRACES on August 5th at la Sala Rossa, Montréal. Ready for their star turn, to be sure.

Track The City Gates on Bandcamp, Soundcloud, Facebook and Twitter.

Can you hear me now? How about now? If you can hear this broadcast, congratulations! You’re one of the lucky ones.

We’re caught in the middle of an epic legal battle between two multibillion-dollar music companies fighting over Taylor Swift royalties, though we have quite little to do with either of them, and wouldn’t put their music on air if you paid us to. But, long story short, much of Canada and a swath of U.S. listeners have been unable to reach us for the last 48 hours. Awesome. Whether it be a blockage of our app, or the takedown from TuneIn Radio, it’s been a difficult week. We have several stopgaps in place that should fix the problem for most affected listeners, starting today. It seems sad that this is a battle we should have to re-litigate after 2015, but here we are. The major labels would prefer you didn’t hear indie artists, or shoegaze/dreampop music, and they’d prefer we not play them for you. It’s a zero-sum game where everyone (especially indie bands and labels) loses. We appreciate all you have done to support our efforts thus far, and we’ll keep you posted through the chaos.

If you’re lucky enough to hear us on the app, New Tracks Weekend is incredibly proud to be able to bring you fresh new music from Miniatures, The Blessed Isles, Mumrunner, Dead Leaf Echo, VHS Dream, Youth Pool, Lazy Legs, Champanes, Teen Body, These Sonic Waves, The New Tigers, Rain, Nothing, and whatever the hell else we can fit in. One foot in front of the other, one eye over our shoulder.

New Tracks Weekend kicks off 8 pm Eastern, 5 pm Pacific, and continuing through Sunday at midnight Eastern, 9 Pacific. It’s the first weekend we’ll spin some of these tracks, and may be the last weekend for some others. Listen via the Radionomy station page at DKFM, on Shoutcast, and on TuneIn Radio for iPhone/Android/Windows. Plus we have our new branded apps for Apple’s iOS, Android and Blackberry. Or load up the “Internet Radio” tab of your iTunes desktop client, and you’ll find DKFM Shoegaze Radio under ‘Alternative’. You can even keep up with the new tracks and artists you may have missed: we’re live-scrobbling via our last.fm profile, and live-tweeting every track on our sub-Twitter DKFMTracks account. Now you’ll know what you heard, or catch up on what you missed.

And, as always, thanks for listening, and thank you for your support!

All of the new. So much so, this could be a long first paragraph. New Tracks Weekend brings new full LPs from Sulk and Sales, EPs from Jambox, Movie Brain, Hellens and Screamfeeder, plus new music from Nothing, Miserable, Frankenstein Bolts, Acapulco Lips, Brass Bed, Future Myth, Globelamp, High Climbers, Japanese Breakfast, KinZie, Lake Ruth, Map of the Moon, Swotlab, Ultra Material, Vet Trip, Wild Meadows, Vlimmer, Citrus Clouds, Mercury Girls, The Stargazer Lilies, Hideous Towns, LUST, a brilliant Be Forest cover from NAX, and a liberal sprinkling of tracks from TBTCI Records’ Boo Radleys tribute compilation, out last week. And that’s just the stuff we remember!

That’s not to ignore last weekend’s shiny new adds from Brief Candles, Hermetic Delight, Beverly, Life on Venus, Saint God, HYLA, Code Ascending, Panda Panda and The Fakes. Stir in Lush, Miniatures, Bloody Knives, and Joy Formidable, we’re overbooked, and exploding with new music. It’s a great weekend to stay inside (or at least to take us with you).

New Tracks Weekend kicks off 8 pm Eastern, 5 pm Pacific, and continuing through Sunday at midnight Eastern, 9 Pacific. It’s the first weekend we’ll spin some of these tracks, and may be the last weekend for some others. Listen via the Radionomy station page at DKFM, on Shoutcast, and on TuneIn Radio for iPhone/Android/Windows. Plus we have our new branded apps for Apple’s iOS, Android and Blackberry. Or load up the “Internet Radio” tab of your iTunes desktop client, and you’ll find DKFM Shoegaze Radio under ‘Alternative’. You can even keep up with the new tracks and artists you may have missed: we’re live-scrobbling via our last.fm profile, and live-tweeting every track on our sub-Twitter DKFMTracks account. Now you’ll know what you heard, or catch up on what you missed.

And, as always, thanks for listening, and thank you for your support!

This weekend, New Tracks Weekend brings the brightest and freshest sounds from Brief Candles, Nothing (full LP still a month out, ffs), Hermetic Delight, Beverly, Life on Venus, HYLA, Saint God, Code Ascending, Panda Panda, plus classic choons from The Fakes. We got this.

Not to neglect last week’s new treasures from Lush, Miniatures, Bloody Knives, The Joy Formidable, Desario, Major Leagues, Nite Fields, Grabbel and the Final Cut, Jaguwar, Fog Lake, Magic Mountain, Glaciers, Karma Shake, Stream, Shinji, Bloom Waves, Champagne for Radio and much more!

New Tracks Weekend kicks off 8 pm Eastern, 5 pm Pacific, and continuing through Sunday at midnight Eastern, 9 Pacific. It’s the first weekend we’ll spin some of these buy flagyl tablets tracks, and may be the last weekend for some others. Listen via the Radionomy station page at DKFM, on Shoutcast, and on TuneIn Radio for iPhone/Android/Windows. Plus we have our new branded apps for Apple’s iOS, Android and Blackberry. Or load up the “Internet Radio” tab of your iTunes desktop client, and you’ll find DKFM Shoegaze Radio under ‘Alternative’. You can even keep up with the new tracks and artists you may have missed: we’re live-scrobbling via our last.fm profile, and live-tweeting every track on our sub-Twitter DKFMTracks account. Now you’ll know what you heard, or catch up on what you missed.

And, as always, thanks for listening, and thank you for your support!

Not a lot you can learn from the Facebook page of Lust, save that they’re “A band from Toronto”, and their preferred genre is “Fuzz”. Peel back a layer or two, and you’ll find that one of the prime movers behind Lust is Scott Downes, one of the primary members of Iris, who blew the doors off last year with “Fix Me” and “Ragdoll”. But this isn’t that. What is this, then? Equal parts Nothing and Pity Sex, this is slightly sludgy, ragged but not sloppy, and wholly epic. We bugged Scott to spill the beans on the new band, and the new self-titled LP due today. Press play, and read why we’re pretty excited about this release.

DKFM:
So, is this a breakaway project to explore your sonic boundaries? Or are you done with Iris? Long question short, what motivated you to start up Lust?

Scott/Lust:
I started this band with Trevor a few months back, because I really wanted to sing in a band. Coincidentally, Brad quit Iris and now I sing in both bands. I’ll never be done with Iris though. I love both bands the same.

DKFM:
This seems a different musical approach than Iris. What kinds of sounds and themes are you exploring here? 

Scott/Lust:
We’re exploring sonic walls of perversion. Low and slow, baby. Low and slow. The lyrical themes have a lot to do with getting a meaningless nut in, and thinking of your ex girlfriend, or boyfriend, whichever you prefer.

DKFM:
Greater soft/loud dynamics here. Any bands or inspirations that helped shape the sonic landscape you built?

Scott/Lust:
We all listen to the same kind of music, and all have our different tastes. So, it’s kind of like we’re playing what we love and bringing in all the other shit we love. Is that basic? buy non prescription flagyl Probably. I think we emulate it well, though. Trevor wishes we were a black metal band.

DKFM:
How did you find your bandmates for this project? And what did they bring to the table, in the songwriting or recording process?

Scott/Lust:
Trevor is one of my best friends, so I asked if he wanted to start this band with me. Trevor and Bostin play Magic together, and Trevor mentioned that Bostin wanted to be in a band like Lust, so I hit him up. Then, Leigh came over with my friend Jacob one day. I didn’t really know him at the time, but Trevor asked if he played any instruments. You get the picture. I had a lot of the songs written before we even started! Bostin and wrote Alone and Day Dream together, Trevor helped structure one of the songs, and Leigh, well he plays drums so he does whatever the hell he wants.

DKFM:
Not to state the perfectly obvious, but this album rocks. Hard. Any plans to take this show on the road now the LP’s out?

Scott/Lust:
We’re hitting up Montreal and Ottawa in a couple weeks. As for the states, i really don’t know. Leigh starts school in september. I think Bostin does too, I reall have no clue. Maybe we’ll do a little something in the winter for the states.

DKFM:
What comes next for Lust? 

Scott/Lust:
The LP, shirts, maybe another EP later this year. We have a couple new songs we’re working on. Shouts out to Matty from Wheeler, KettleMain, Mr. Soft Treats, Na$ty Norm, and Acid?Priest in general. Total Love is sick too, check them out. Fuck the rest.

Grab a copy of Lust’s self-titled debut at Bandcamp, and follow them on Facebook. They’re busting out all over. Photo used with the kind permission of and © Justin Friske.
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Plaintive lead lines played over crunchy power chords. Cavernous male/female tandem vocals. Carefully crafted soft/loud dynamics. Hints of heartbreak and loss. We first heard the debut single “Spin The Room” from Reverse at the end of April, plugged it into New Tracks Weekend, and it graduated to regular rotation only two weeks after. Texas’ Reverse are making a BIG sound that transcends any “regional” tags. While some comparisons could be made to Nothing and early Whirr, even this sells them short. There’s a directness to this sound, and a clarity of songwriting neither band has done quite THIS well. This is the sound of a band that expects to be taken seriously.

We’re not in the habit of interviewing bands who have all of ONE SONG to their credit. What if they’ve got nothing else? What if it was a fluke? Reverse admit this single is a teaser for a self-titled album, “coming soon”. We broke our own rules to find out what’s going on with these talented musicians and songwriters. Jacob Dominguez, vox/guitar for Reverse spills a few secrets for us.

DKFM: Obvious opener: how did THIS team come together, to produce THIS music?
Jacob: When I started this band I wanted great musicians who I’ve never worked with. I got Gabe on guitar first cause the dude can play. He was always one who couldn’t play what you taught him your way. If you played an A-chord, he would purposely play it a different way. I loved it. I did a post about wanting to start up this band and Jasmine asked to join. I was hesitatant at first because I didn’t know her on a musical level, but when you hear her sing you know why she’s in the band. She has a great voice and a great love for the music we were doing. I knew Nathan from hardcore bands and I needed a drummer badly. I didn’t know if the transition to “softer” music would be smooth to the point of it would be so natural. Yet it was. Day one, he had a great fill to follow every song and everything was coming together. Evan asked to join and I thought it was a joke because Evan is a character. I blinked and he was at a practice jamming with us and I couldn’t be happier that he’s in the band. He’s good on bass, great on guitar. Everyone came from a different musical background. We somehow found a way to blend all this craziness together to create “Our” sound.
 
DKFM: What bands have helped influence and shape your sound?
Jacob: The band everyone wants us to say is Whirr lol but actually 2 of our members never heard of them before joining the band. To best sum up the bands that influenced us in writing our music are bands from the 90’s. Of course bands like My Bloody Valentine, Slowdive, Ride, Lush, and Swervedriver influenced us in a HUGE way. But bands like Hum, Smashing Pumpkins, Alice in Chains, and The Toadies were a big part of it too. We are the type of band that can listen to almost anything and find an influence to write a song. Currently The Cure’s Disintegration is taking a big toll on our writing process.
 

DKFM: Tell us about the album! When, how, where, when and when? And what can we expect from the full LP?
Jacob: The album is an 8 track self-titled LP. We recorded it with Phillip Odom at Bad Wolf Recordings in Austin in early February. He did a phenomenal job on the record. He was a big part of helping us find what we were looking for in our heads. And made our wall of guitar noise sound huge. We are extremely proud to be releasing it soon, hopefully in June, and will be working with some great people on the release of it. I think you can expect a lot of diversity in the album. Not every song is slow or influenced in the same category as the next song on the track list. We tried hard to make all the songs different, yet tie in in some way, shape or form. Lyrically we tackled a lot of subjects that some of us have recently dealt with. Love, depression, life, and death. And we worked on not making every song a typically heartbreak song. Overall for us we think it’s just a mature sounding record. And SOON everyone will hear it.

DKFM: Any plans to tour behind the album when released? Do you expect to pull down some dates outside of Texas in support?
Jacob: As of right now we will be doing the first week of July with Hemingway (6131 Records) from Portland. We will be doing New Mexico to Louisiana and we are extremely stoked on that. In August we will be up north with Iris from Canada. We will be in Boston, Philly, Cleveland, and some dates in Canada. More is being announced in the upcoming weeks.

DKFM: I know you’ve suffered some crappy comparisons from lazy writers trying to describe the Reverse sound. How would YOU describe what you’ve done here?
Jacob: Controlled chaos. Five completely different music backgrounds trying to meet at point B smoothly. It’s hell. A lazy writer could probably describe it better than me, ’cause half the time I don’t even know, but to try my best to describe our sound is melancholy chords strumming  away in the noise while laid back, drowned-in-reverb leads take over, while simultaneously losing itself in the controlled chaos we call music.

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DKFM: What comes next for Reverse?
Jacob: Heavy touring to promote the record. Getting it heard by many and growing in this process. This band at times seems like a fluke but we try to ignore it and push on. We are actually writing right now and got a new three songs for the next record. We are excited for the future of this band.
 
DKFM: Finally, any parting thoughts for our audience (and your new fans)?
Jacob: First of all, thank you for listening to us and downloading our song on our Bandcamp. That means a lot to us. Anyone interested in us, feel free to email us or talk to us on Twitter. And we hope we can be in a town near you. Hopefully soon we can even be at the DKFM spot and check out the station. Thanks for the interview, and soon y’all will hear our debut LP.

Follow Reverse on Bandcamp, and keep up with their exploits (and tour schedule) on Twitter.

 

We own the weekend. Mostly because we bring the beautiful noise you’ll hear nowhere else. Our must-hear lineup this weekend is headlined by Youth In Bloom, Weird, The Yellow Traffic Light, Nothing, Cheatahs, Husk, The Citradels, 800Beloved, LoveLoveLove, The Ropes, Kairon; IRSE!, Hollowphonic, Dialogue from a Silent Film, Whirr, The Creases, plus we’re going all in with the new Last Leaf Down album, and revisiting classics from Wry. Honestly, you don’t want to sleep on any of it.

*LATE ADDITIONS*: Lost Girls (the amazing lost project from KOD’s Patrick Fitzgerald and 4AD’s Heidi Berry), and Italy’s The Ocean Boy.

That’s not to say there isn’t a ton more recent material we’re pushing, including Strata Florida, Wozniak, Omega Vague, Car Crash Sisters, Aire Espacial, Magic Love, Ummagma, Oeil, Gazar Strips, Vladimir and Sloth Scamper. Meanwhile, double duty DJs again this weekend, as we expect to see Highlands in San Francisco on Friday night (with The Spiral Electric!), and one last shot at Be Forest / Tennis System in Arcata. Because, after this… *poof* gone.

8 pm Eastern, 5 pm Pacific, and continuing through Sunday at midnight Eastern, 9 Pacific. It’s the first weekend we’ll spin some of these tracks, and may be the last weekend for some others. Live365 listeners: it’s your votes that count! Your thumbs-up / thumbs down ratings determine what is kept in permanent rotation. Listen via the Live365 station page at DKFM, on iTunes Internet Radio under “Eclectic”, and on TuneIn Radio for iPhone/Android/Windows. Latin America relay: try Radio Terra. And still commercial-free everywhere! You can even keep up with the new tracks and artists you may have missed: we’re live-scrobbling via our last.fm profile. Now you’ll know what you heard, or catch up on what you missed.

Is there such a thing as frequent shoegaze miles?

1. Ringo Deathstarr: God’s Dream
2. Casket Girls: True Love Kills the Fairytale
3. Cheatahs: Cheatahs
4. Soft Science: Detour
5. Roku Music: Collider
6. Nothing: Guilty of Everything*
7. Delay Trees: Readymade
8. Bleeding Rainbow: Interrupt
9. Lorelle Meets the Obsolete: Chambers*
10.Be Forest: Earthbeat

* new to rotation this week

Soft Science – Feel from Test Pattern on Vimeo.

Top Ten calculated by 1) most tracks in rotation, 2) Live365 listener ratings, and 3) requests, and social media reaction.

As before, we’ve got Nothing for you this weekend. Literally, Nothing. Choice cuts from Guilty of Everything, via Relapse Records (we’ve waited too long for this one), plus brand new Lorelle Meets the Obsolete. Add in Manon meurt with tasty new sounds from Czechoslovakia. Sprinkle in some pre-release awesomeness from Baltimore’s Should, whose fourth LP The Great Pretend drops March 25 on the Words on Music label. Then join us in welcoming the return of Sharesprings, Pastel Ghost, The History of Colour TV, The Mary Onettes and Contrast, plus we welcome back staff favorites Hooton Tennis Club. We’ll round out the newest adds with Ash Code, Static Daydream, Mode Moderne and Workhouse, and top off with recent classics from This Love is Deadly and Relay.

8 pm Eastern, 5 pm Pacific, and continuing through Sunday at midnight Eastern, 9 Pacific. It’s the first weekend we’ll spin some of these tracks, and may be the last weekend for some others. Live365 listeners: it’s your votes that count! Your thumbs-up / thumbs down ratings determine what is kept in permanent rotation. Listen via the Live365 order flagyl station page at DKFM, on iTunes Internet Radio under “Eclectic”, and on TuneIn Radio for iPhone/Android/Windows. Latin America relay: try Radio Terra. And commercial-free everywhere! You can even keep up with the new tracks and artists you may have missed: we’re live-scrobbling via our last.fm profile. Now you’ll know what you heard, or catch up on what you missed. Full (we think?) artist listing follows:

ArtClassSink
Ash Code
Be Forest
Bear State
Blackbird Blackbird
Bleak Boys
Bleeding Rainbow
The Blurry Empire
Blush Response
Bolywool
Cheatahs
Coctail Twins
colourwaves
Contrast
crisis arm
Dead Leaf Echo
Dear Baby Deer
Delay Trees
Dum Dum Girls
Eva & John
Fantan
Fantasyprom
Field Mouse
Fixing Bayonets
Float down the Liffey
Flying Cape Experience
Glaswen
Grandhorse
Grey Zine
Helen Stellar
Hooton Tennis Club
KSAS (Karol Schwarz All Stars)
Leave the Planet
Life Model
Lilies on Mars
Lorelle Meets the Obsolete
Makaras Pen
Manon meurt
Matt Bartram
Mode Moderne
Modern Charms
Moonbeams
Nights
Nothing
Orange Aurora
Pastel Ghost
Phone Home
Positive No
Postcode
Queridas
Relay
Roku Music
Savage Sister
Seafoam
September Girls
Shady Elders
Sharesprings
SHE
She Sir
Shocking Pinks
Should
Silversun Pickups
Snowbird
Soft As Snow But Warm Inside
Soft Science
Solarein
Someday I Will Miss You
Sora Shima
Static Daydream
Summer Hail
Sun Glitters
Sustains
Temples
The Casket Girls
The Foreign Resort
The History of Colour TV
The Inkhearts
The Mary Onettes
The Open Feel
The Panic
Threading
This Love is Deadly
Tides of the Moon
Total Slacker
Towns
TuT
Vehicle Blues
The Vera Violets
The Village
The Virgance
Virgo Rising
Warpaint
We Are US
Web of Sunsets
Wild Moth
Wildhoney
Woman’s Hour
Workhouse
XO
Youngteam
Your Cannons
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