Primal Scream – Where the Light Gets In ft. Sky Ferreira (Official Music Video)

(If you like: Johnny Marr, Paul Weller, Happy Mondays)  Scottish alternative rock group Primal Scream have not been showing any signs of slowing down. Set to release their eleventh studio album Chaosmosis on March 18th, the four-piece have shared their newest music video. “Where the Light Gets In” is a duet with pop singer Sky Ferreira, showing Primal Scream lead singer Bobby Gillespie and Ferreira in a combination of ’60s polka-dot and ’70s-style disco. Colourful, playful, and entertaining, the new synth-pop single layers multiple synthesizer and textures to create a sporadic melody, as Gillespie…

Bombay Harambee – Interval

(If you like: Interpol, The Strokes, Sonic Youth)  Indie rock outfit Bombay Harambee aim to create “arresting and literate post-punk”, and with their debut album Goldmine hitting shelves February 19th, the four-piece on are the right track. Their lead single from the upcoming collection boasts the garage-fi appeal of punk with the matured and articulate stylings of post-punk. “Interval” explodes, pauses, destroys, soothes, and entertains for a new generation of ’80s new wave and distorted indie rock. You can pre-order Goldmine through their website, which will be available in digital and CD format, along with…

Albert Hammond Jr. – Momentary Masters

3.5/5 Best known as the guitarist from New York post-punk revival/indie rock band The Strokes, Albert Hammond Jr. is also a prolific solo artist. Releasing his third solo album this week titled Momentary Masters, Hammond’s years with the Strokes come through on the new record, with clear comparisons between the two; slick guitar rhythms, new wave dance beats, and indie pop vocals are the foundation for the record. Using the basics as the building blocks for Momentary Masters, Hammond infuses hints of funk, disco, and ‘80s-sythn elements into the songs.…