This Feeling

Friday, June 23, 2017

Watch :: The National debut new songs at intimate Paris show

Words: Sam Geary

Playing an intimate gig in Paris last night (June 22), at the city’s Le Centquatre venue, Brooklyn indie rockers The National unveiled live for the first time songs from their seventh studio album, 'Sleep Well Beast', out on September 8 via 4AD.

See full setlist below, as well as watch them play four new songs: 'Nobody Else Will Be There', 'Guilty Party', 'Carin At The Liquor Store' and 'Sleep Well Beast'.


Nobody Else Will Be There' (live debut)
The Day I Die
Walk It Back
The System Only Dreams In Total Darkness (live debut)
Guilty Party (live debut)
Empire Line
Carin At The Liquor Store (live debut)
Apartment Story
Daughters Of The Soho Riots
Sleep Well Beast (live debut)
Fake Empire
Terrible Love

Listen :: Algiers stream 'The Underside Of Power' in full

Words: Sam Geary

Out today (June 23), Atlanta soul-punks Algiers are streaming their second album, the Adrian Utely-produced ‘The Underside Of Power’, in full.

Stream the 12-track follow-up to their 2015 self-titled debut below.

Listen :: King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard stream new album Murder Of The Universe

Words: Sam Geary

Melbourne psych-rockers King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard have shared their 'Murder Of The Universe' album. The 21-song record is the group’s tenth release - and second of their projected five albums of this year, after putting out the first of the five, 'Flying Microtonal Banana', in February.

Listen to it in full below.

Track Of The Day :: Bench Press - Group Anxiety

Words: Sam Geary

The new single from Melbourne post-punks Bench Press sees them getting to grips with the anxieties of house sharing on 'Group Anxiety'.

Released last Friday (June 16) through Poison City Records, 'Group Anxiety' - which precedes their debut full-length - pummels its way through on Jack Stavrakis' sharp vocals vent frustration over a chugging beat and bass tones and dynamic guitar riffs.

Thursday, June 22, 2017

[Video] Radiohead - Man Of War

Radiohead release their 'OKNOTOK 1997-2017' tomorrow (June 23), a new 20th anniversary reissue of 'OK Computer'.

The bundle will include both the original 12 tracks and eight B-sides, along with three previously unreleased songs.

Listen to one of those, 'Man Of War', above, in the Colin Read directed video.

Cabbage share first track 'Celebration Of A Disease' from their forthcoming EP

Words: Ellie Ward

Cabbage have just aired the first track 'Celebration Of A Disease' to come from their forthcoming new EP, 'The Extended Play Of Cruelty', which they recorded with Rich Turvey and The Coral's James Skelly at Liverpool's Parr Street Studios, and will be released digitally on July 21 and on CD, cassette and 12" vinyl on August 25.

The EP marks the Mossley band's first release since signing to Infectious (Drenge, Alt J).

Speaking about the release, Cabbage say; "'The Extended Play Of Cruelty' is our revisited conquest to our pop psychological platitudes. The deceit of man tests all in a moment of clarity and we deliver our position in a long search for Utopia. Our blend of fervent distain is focused on local frustrations, whilst celebrating those who shall rise through the ashes.”

‘The Extended Play Of Cruelty’ Tracklist:

1. Celebration Of A Disease
2. Fraudulent Artist
3. A Network Betrayal
4. Ertrinken
5. Asa Morley

Listen to lead track 'Celebration Of A Disease' - which was inspired by an essay on pornography by veteran Throbbing Gristle and Chris & Cosey performance artist Cosey Fanni Tutti - below.

“Cosey talked about porn in the 70s,” explains Cabbage’s Lee Broadbent. “You’d expect it to have been a nasty business then, but she said there was something artistic about it at that time. But she says it’s now pure capitalism, where everyone – especially the women – is treated badly, that there’s no artistic platform in it. Pornography now and lad culture put massive expectations on the relationship between men and women. It creates barriers between men and women, and sends out the message to men that it’s OK to be chauvinistic. It’s the celebration of a disease.”