Wednesday, 11 January 2012

Five For Free #43



La Sera - Please Be My Third Eye


Katy Goodman's other band, La Sera, (she's also a member of Vivian Girls) follow up last year's self-titled debut album with a second long-player in March. The new album will be called 'Sees The Light' and the first song to be lifted from it is the short, sharp and very sweet punky buzz of free download 'Please Be My Third Eye' which you can pick up below.

La Sera - Please Be My Third Eye by hardlyartrecords

La Sera's website

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The Twilight Sad - Another Bed


Scottish indie-rock band The Twilight Sad are gearing up for the release of their third album 'No One Can Ever Know' at the of beginning February and on the strength of free download 'Another Bed' are sounding much more upbeat than usual whilst retaining a certain air of misery that's become their trademark. 'Another Bed' will also be out on 7" on February 27th.

Another Bed-The Twilight Sad by vick

The Twilight Sad's website

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Opposite Sex - La Rat


The trio that make up Opposite Sex formed in the remote town of Gisborne on New Zealand's North Island and have recently released their self-titled debut album which is an unusual mix of experimental punk, pop, indie, waltzes and shanties akin to an indiepop version of The Coral's early work. The album is available from bandcamp where you can get a free download of 'La Rat'.


Opposite Sex's website

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White Rabbits - Heavy Metal


Brooklyn's White Rabbits are back with third album 'Milk Famous' in March and ahead of that they're sharing this new track as a taster. 'Heavy Metal' doesn't do what it says on the tin, being more along the lines of spiky, funky post punk and may appeal to fans of both Gang Of Four and The Rapture. Stream it below of download it for the price of an email address.

White Rabbits - Heavy Metal by Consequence of Sound



White Rabbits' website

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Patrick Rodger - Your Eraser


I have to admit we know virtually nothing about Patrick Rodger other than he's possibly from Glasgow and has possibly recorded under the name Fractures (not to be confused with the London band of the same name - possibly). 'Your Eraser' is a track from his EP 'Drink, Fun, Blank - Repeat' and is a rather good piece of instrumental post rock. So here it is!


Patrick Rodger's website

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