The Devil is dedicated to unearthing unknown, unheard, unseen, unheralded, unfamiliar or down right unbelievable bands old or new that have not yet hit the radars of the British public. If you are a new band or artist and would like to be considered for inclusion then please contact me via email or twitter.

Sunday, March 18, 2012

The Devil's Round Up 18th March 2012

Round-UpThis week's round up of the tracks I haven't had the space to post...

3 1/2
From: Los Angeles, United States


Hipside makes you glad to be alive.

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Hipside by CoWave

Some Gorgeous Accident
From: Somewhere Between Berkshire & The Pacific

All you need to know about the lovely Some Gorgeous Accident's sound is that they're named after a Blueboy EP on Sarah Records.

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Some Gorgeous Accident - Your Gaze by Dufflecoat Records


Father John Misty
From:Los Angeles, California, United States


Former Fleet Foxes sticksman Joshua Tillman surpasses his alma mata with the truly transcendent Hollywood Forever Cemetry Sings and track with soul than a gospel choir at the pearly gates.

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Yuck
From: London, United Kingdom

It's not a new track but Soothe Me is possibly the best track Yuck have delivered so far. It sounds like a band growing up and ready to stun the world.

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Yuck - Soothe Me by All Tomorrows Parties

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