New music roundup (no. 12)

New music roundup (no. 12) This new music roundup features awesome new tracks from great new bands Embers, Jagwar Ma, Temples, DRENGE and BINARY, as well as hot new Nottingham songstress Indiana. Enjoy! Embers – ‘Part Of The Echoes’ You may remember Manchester band Embers from their amazing Monastery Sessions last year – if you […]

April playlist

Stream Playlist – all the best new music from April 2014

April was a pretty busy month in music – just a quick read through the music news will tell you that. Kasabian announced their new album, Liam Gallagher sent everyone into a mini-meltdown about a possible Oasis reunion, Glastonbury announced the first raft of acts for this years festival and there was also the small […]

Listen: February 2014 new music playlist

Two new tracks from the Klaxons, a new one from Gruff Rhys, the return of both Howling Bells and Little Dragon, killer remixes from Four Tet, Kanye West, Mssing No and brand new tracks from exciting up-and-comers like JUNGLE, Circa Waves, Hockeysmith and more. It’s safe to say February was a pretty awesome month in terms of great new music.

Below I’ve put together the cream of the February crop into a handy playlist – which you can also find on the All-Noise Soundcloud page. Check it out and let me know what you think…

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Jagwar Ma video

Watch: Jagwar Ma Video for ‘Uncertainty’

Aussie Madchester-revivalists Jagwar Ma are planning to release Howlin’ track ‘Uncertainty’ as a new single on 1 March, ahead of their upcoming UK tour, and have released a suitably spaced-out video for it.

The track gave the debut album its name with the lyric: “When you’re gloomy / Howlin’ looks so good to me”, and fittingly the video sees the band howling at the moon in the Mojave desert – which must have been a nice day/night out for them. Read more about Watch: Jagwar Ma Video for ‘Uncertainty’


Album stream: Jagwar Ma – ‘Howlin’

Jagwar Ma, the latest Aussie psych-rock band to get everyone into a bit of a lather, are releasing their highly-anticipated debut album Howlin next week, and have made it available to stream in full online. To listen to Howlin, head over to NPR.org. As well as streaming Howlin, the duo have also announced three live […]

Kasabian Summer Solstice

Kasabian Summer Solstice support acts announced as Rudimental, Jagwar Ma, Zane Lowe and Beardy Man

As excitement builds ahead of Kasabian’s huge Summer Solstice homecoming gig this weekend in Leicester’s Victoria Park, the band have finally announced who will be their support acts. In a short but sweet post on their official site, the Leicester band announced that support on Saturday will be coming from: Rudimental DJs Jagwar Ma Zane […]

Listen: Jagwar Ma release ridiculously good MssingNo remix of ‘Uncertainty’

If I gave out some kind of award for remix of the week, then this would probably win it for the next month at least.

I don’t normally feature remixes per se, as there’s so many of them flying about it would be a full-time job in itself trying to collate them all. I usually share/repost them on Soundcloud, so make sure you follow me there 🙂

The remix that bucks the trend and deserves a bit more coverage is the below piece of brilliance from elusive grime producer MssingNo – who has given Jagwar Ma’s ‘Uncertainty’ a spectral, emotive and majestic reworking.

Check it out:

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Swim Deep album

The 13 best debut albums of 2013

There’s lots of talk about the lack of great new bands on the scene these days, but when you look at the amount of quality debut albums released in 2013 it seems that new music is in great shape. So let’s stop being defeatist and revel in some of the great first albums released this […]

November Playlist

November playlist – all the best new music from the month in a handy playlist

November turned out to be a bumper month of new music, and I’ve collated the pick of the new releases into the below playlist for you to enjoy as we head into December. The November playlist includes new tracks from the likes of Temples and Broken Bells as well as a fair sprinkling of remixes […]


My Glastonbury 2013 review…

Glastonbury is commonly regarded as the world’s biggest and best festival for lots of reasons, but the one reason that stands out for me is the freedom it offers festival-goers to enjoy the weekend however they choose to. Other festivals pack you into designated areas and have a limited amount of stages and options. At […]