The Weaning Lambs continue to grow from strength to strength each day as we are inundated with fresh new music from unsigned or newly signed bands from around the world. We were a little behind in the fortnighly post this week due to so many tracks to listen to, over 120 tracks in fact. Here we deliver 7 new tracks that ticked every box, no matter the genre. From the deep house sounds of Sam Heyman and his remix right through to the soothing and calming accoustic track from LA duet We are the West. If you are an unsigned band and need a platform to share your music, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Track Into The Wild by Max André
Based In Sweden
File Next To Washed Out, Deep Dish, Moloko
A track, well a re-mix that oozes summer and perfectly good vibes. Brilliant remixing and production, it is a stand out upbeat house track. This is brand new music from the newly formed swedish independent electronic dance music label EMEA Records.
Based In Los Angeles, USA
File Next To Angus & Julia Stone, Mojave 3, Simon & Garfunkel
Weaning Lamb Fiction
Track Best Before
Based In London, United Kingdom
File Next To Franz Ferdinand, The Cure, Bombay Bicycle Club
Best Before is the first single taken from Fiction’s forthcoming EP, ‘Instant Memories’.
deft guitar lines and perky vocal melodies
Track End II End
Based In Perth, Australia
File Next To Rye, Japanese Wallpaper, Empire of the Sun
Based In Oakland, California
File Next To Roisin Murphy, Kosheen, Bent
Waterstrider’s song “Frayed” shows no signs of being rushed. Its catchy afro-pop like rhythms, fuzzed out chorus, and soaring vocals are all the more impressive given the time constraints.
Based In Canada
File Next To Paloma Faith, Adele, Beirut
“… Think Adele on a bender with half of Arcade Fire along for the ride and everyone is feeling jazzy and you’ve got the pulsing Superhero or the tango vibe of The Things I’ve Done. Solid.” – The Province
Based In Copenhagen
File Next To TV on the Radio, Four Tet
Copenhangen Mads Damsgaard Kristiansen goes under the name of Reptile Youth. This track, follows in the vain of some of the coolness of Talking Heads and Television. It’s an extremely danceable track with energy merged together with a sometimes noisy and adventurous rifts, MAds vocals are just delivered with enough attitude to make this a standout weaning lamb.