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One of our listener-voted top five singles of 2013 is now represented by a video, with news of a release date for the full album. The Lees of Memory teased everyone last year with a single that made us weak in the knees. Now “We Are Siamese” is a video, as well as a commercial / promise for the upcoming LP Sisyphus Says, due 9/16 on SideOneDummy and available for preorder.

The ex-Superdrag stalwarts couldn’t pick a better time to show off their chops, as the effects-laden sound itself has returned to vogue, and these cagey professionals can write a tune capable of outshining most of the current crop of coulda-beens. It’s not a Tennessee thing, it’s a professional musician mastery thing. If you weren’t aware of The Lees of Memory’s epic debut, it’s time to catch up.

Follow The Lees of Memory on Facebook, Twitter, and preorder the vinyl on SideOneDummy Records. #toldyouso

Roku Music dropped a new video this morning, all done up in luscious black and white, and reminding us once again that Australia demands (and has earned) a place at the table. Massively epic sounds paired with sweetly hushed vocals, Brisbane’s Roku Music restores both your spirit and your faith in the genre’s staying power.

The closing track from their impressive Collider LP, it’s just another pointer toward an album that should be in your collection already. Grab your copy here via Sonic Masala Records, and drift away on massive waves of shoegaze bliss.  They wrap their Australian tour this Saturday in their hometown, catch them if you can!

Follow Roku Music on Facebook, and their tour diary via the website at rokumusic.com.

DKFM is proud to premiere the music video for “Follow”, Crisis Arm’s first single from Caterwaul.

Dense, impressionistic, and full of cats. Crisis Arm drops their first video for “Follow”, and it’s a pretty perfect fit. Low-fi, DIY, more than a little hazy, and perfectly suited to their sound, Crisis Arm kicks it up a notch to promote the first single from their Caterwaul LP. This track has been in heavy rotation in our studios and on our airwaves since it first hit, so it’s a bit of a joy to see “Follow” in a whole new light. Also, it may compel you to wash your car.

Caterwaul is available now in cassette + mp3 format for a ridiculously low price from Family Time Records. Follow Crisis Arm on Facebook and Twitter. And, as always, hear them on DKFM.

We have a hate/hate relationship with Vimeo. Sometimes it quits before it really begins. So imagine how important it must be for us to share a Vimeo video with you. Yes, that important.

San Francisco’s One Hundred Percent have been kicking around for a little bit, we’d never heard or noted them til we got a note in our inbox. We fell in love with “Lowbar” within the first minute. The first single from their first full-length All Teeth and Nails, and it’ll grab you. We first rolled “Lowbar” out to our listeners October 11, the full album is released November 9 on 20 Sided buy metronidazole cheap online Records, and (having heard the sneak peek) there’s a number of jewels here we can’t wait for you to hear. If there is a dump nearby, these boys will blow the roof off it.

Lowbar from One Hundred Percent on Vimeo.

They describe themselves as a “loud-as-Hell” rock band, but we hear everything from Sonic Youth to MBV to U2 to Camper Van Beethoven. This “tidal wave of noise” may just save American rock and roll, ladies and gentlemen. Someone had to do it. And it’s about damn time.

Hate Vimeo? Listen here:

Follow One Hundred Percent on Facebook, Twitter, and at their website.

Videos are dropping hot and heavy around here, with two just today! Damnit Jim, I’m a doctor, not a VeeJay! Some of the best and the brightest in our scene are committing their sound to video, and the results are impressive. Posted in order of release:

The Foreign Resort, “Dead End Roads” single (available Sept. 30 via iTunes, Bandcamp and the usual suspects), with remixes by Screen Vinyl Image and Novachild. The classic TFR sound has returned, now visually accompanied by a lovely film noir.

Drowner, “Stay With Me” from Drowner’s new album You’re Beautiful, I Forgive You, out now on Saint Marie Records. The best of 2012 return to show they can get it done in 2013 without missing a beat.

Makaras Pen – “Mountain View”, available for a short time as a free download via their ReverbNation page. Makaras Pen has further refined their dream pop and shoegaze elements into a swirling, tuneful haze of bliss. Video dropped yesterday.

The Stargazer Lilies – “We Are The Dreamers”, title track from their forthcoming album. We Are The Dreamers releases October 22 via Graveface Records on LP & CD.

New PV from Waldo & Marsha? We’re in! Not often we get to see this team in action on this side of the pond, dreamgazing it up as only they can. Still hoping for the wider distribution and recognition these folks honestly deserve, but when they keep putting out compelling material, it won’t be long, buy flagyl online usa right? Check out the new Waldo & Marsha promo video for “All I Ever Knew”.

Backup vocalists: woodland birds. They work cheep.

Find Waldo & Marsha on Facebook, get the new album via iTunes DK, purchase vinyl and more via Discogs. And don’t tell anyone about our poor punmanship.

Graveface Records today has posted a trailer for the upcoming debut LP by The Stargazer Lilies. “We Are the Dreamers” is slated for release on September 10 of this year. How to tease the album? Hack up a song and run it backwards. It’s not hubris if you can pull it off, and The Stargazer Lilies have proven they can. Watch the trailer here:

The album drops September 10, on CD, LP and digital buy metronidazole over the counter formats, with at least one single to precede the release. If it compares at all to the prior single releases, it’s sure to be epic. Reminder of what they’re capable of? Try last December’s jaw-dropping single, Fukitol. Just one of the tracks in heavy rotation at DKFM.

Find The Stargazer Lilies on Facebook, Bandcamp, Twitter, and probably on the back of your eyelids while you’re dreaming.

Japanese stalwarts Plastic Girl in Closet rolled out their new A.Y.A. long player today, and threw in a video to boot! One of our most popular shoegaze / dream pop bands from Japan, the single “Romance” gives you a taste of the PGIC sound. Sweet vocals, dreamy synths, noisy guitar distortion, it’s the whole package. Released in Japan on Only Feedback Records, no date is yet available for Stateside release. Check out the video for “Romance”, and see the band at the top of their form.

Find Plastic Girl in Closet at their Facebook page,
website, and follow them on Twitter.

Perhaps the most impressive debut this year is Flyying Colours’ “Wavygravy”. Self-assured and masterful, Melbourne, Australia’s Flyying Colours have been kicking around since late 2011, but their first single is pure polished sonic bliss. Don’t take our word for it. Check out the newly-released video to accompany the single.

Not simply content to rest on sound alone, these folks can write catchy, memorable tunes. Visit their website, join their mailing list, and you can get your own download of “Wavygravy” immediately! We frankly expect great things from these folks in the very near future.

Flyying Colours website: www.flyyingcolours.com

Flyying Colours Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/flyyingcolours


From London via Sydney, Dark Bells are soon to present one of the most anticipated singles of the year in ‘Wildflower’. Borrowing from the shoegaze / psych axis can sometimes sound hacky and derivative. Dark Bells has already put the world on notice they are not to be dismissed so easily. The guitars naturally ring out before charging into the propulsive rhythms, and you know you’ve reached a higher plane. Each layer builds on the one before in a beautiful soup of blissful tone and harmony.

Recently signed to new indie label Tape Club Records, the single is realsed on May 6th as part of Tape Club’s Single Series. If this is how the label launches, expect great things for both Dark Bells and Tape Club Records going forward.

Pre-Order Vinyl: http://bit.ly/Y0K2YU
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/darkbellsband
Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/darkbells
Tape Club Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/tapeclubrecords
Tape Club Website: http://www.tapeclubrecords.com/