The Feed: Magana, We're No Heroes, Chaouche and more

The Feed: Magana, We’re No Heroes, Chaouche and more

The Feed: Magana, We're No Heroes, Chaouche and more

The Feed: Magana, We’re No Heroes, Chaouche and more

The Feed - Your weekly round-up and digest on all things new music.

Patiently waiting for some new music? We’ve got you covered with the best of the best this week, so take a moment out of your daily schedule and listen to these great new tunes.

Magana – Oceans (CHUCK Cover)

Brooklyn based singer-songwriter Magana hugely impressed on previous single release ‘Inches Apart’ and she’s back again with another gem, this time a cover of ‘Oceans’ from CHUCK’s Frankenstein Songs for the Grocery Store EP.

An incredibly moving take on the original that strips down to the bear bone to create something beautifully haunting – quickly making Magana one of this year’s favourite new artists.

We’re No Heroes – Youth

As far as kicking off September, Cardiff three-piece We’re No Heroes have started things right way with energising new single ‘Youth’. Indie pop with catchy rhythmes that’ll keep you going dancing through the new season. Cracking stuff!

Chaouche – I

Bristol artist Chaouche returns with her new single ‘I’ and we must say it’s a winner. Soul-touching vocals, beautifully layered piano chords and electronics that together form a heavenly masterpiece like no other.

Sløtface – Backyard

With their debut album Try Not To Freak out this month, Norwegian rockers Sløtface have shared another cut from the highly anticipated record. ‘Backyard’ simply kicks ass – explosive, original and full of life. We can’t wait for the full album!

Bloody Knees – Maybe It’s Easy

The title track from their forthcoming EP is nothing short of impressive from Bloody Knees as they share the next chapter to their epic comeback. The guitar rockers head out on tour this fall, hitting Bristol Old England on 4th November.

Kagoule – Monsieur Automation

Sometimes a song needs no plan, this is definitely the case for Kagoule’s new track ‘Monsieur Automation’ which was somewhat inspired by the band watching the film Terminator 2. Nonetheless it’s a belter of a grunge piece that rattles your eardrums and leaving you wanting more.

Courtney Barnett & Kurt Vile – Over Everything

Announcing their collaboration and details of LP Lotta Sea Lice, Courtney Barnett and Kurt Vile have shared their first effort ‘Over Everything’ – and it is easy as it comes with its laid back country swings and smooth guitar strings and vocals. An enjoyable listen from start to finish.