ORGAN THING: Three things, New Zealand’s Miss June, “some unholy union between Sonic Youth and Le Tigre”, the garage punk rock of Oslo’s Wet Dreams, and the highwire proghead antics of those French madmen Ni….

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All I know is i don’t know nuffin’, did you miss this thing? No, thought not. Burn it down, these are the fays and says and days of shallow sound bites and typos and i can’t see the keys in this light, who stole the summer/ Nothing for a week? Take up it with your local red hat wearer. Wet Dreams are from Oslo, this wholesome slice of pop music just landed, the Soundcloud is down there, here’s the Bandcamp link

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And while we’re here and you’re here, this sounds like a healthy throwback to the early 90’s, “The latest export from New Zealand is coming to us by way of Auckland band Miss June. Described as “some unholy union between Sonic Youth and Le Tigre,” the four piece harness jagged, noisy guitars filtered through the unrivalled stage presence of front-person Annabel Liddel, guitarist Jun Park, bass player Chris Marshall and drummer Tom Leggett. Today, the band share their newest single “Best Girl” which Liddel notes, “is an anthem for anyone who has been misled from birth, into battle for a spot that doesn’t exist.” – there you go, it seemed like it was worth posting, you never no, we might not be back here for a few weeks, grab it while you can… on the other hand there might be an outburst of catching up

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And, Ni, those French highwire progheads who recently released a rather fine album, have just let loose a video to go with that album

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Tat’s all, there might be more, there might not…

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