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Tom Teamlaverne Tom Teamlaverne | 17:32 UK time, Monday, 24 May 2010

Hi folks

Another week and I'm still feeling generous. Must be all the lovely weather that's been doing the rounds.

This week we've got two more ace bands popping in to face The Introducing Inquisition, Admiral Fallow, and Soundtracks For A B-Movie. They're polar opposites but we love both of them.

First up is Admiral Fallow, who we've been playing since they were called Brother Louis Collective. The name change has coincided with a real strengthening in their sound which is brooding, heartfelt, and above all beautiful. Don't believe me? Then try this free track on for size.

Admiral Fallow - Squealing Pigs

Now I can't offer you any free music from Soundtracks For A B-Movie but I can tell you that their post rock, post electronica, post everything album 'Misanthrope' is one of my current favourites and well worth a punt if you've got some spare pennies. They're streaming a good portion of the album on their website, so go have a listen.

Soundtracks For A B-Movie

As a bonus we've also got another slice of electronica in the form of Youth In Colour. They're giving away an entire ep for nowt, and i'd have paid at least double that. Seriously, it's great.

Youth In Colour - It's Difficult Sometimes, I Know EP

Love TW


  • Comment number 1.

    Hey Tom! Cheers for the kind words - I've put "Kreuzberg" and "`This is Us" available as a free download now, be up there for the next week....


    New tracks from the forthcoming album will be up next month

    Looking forward to coming down!





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