January 2015 | Monthly Music
Every month Monthly Music brings you Eden Review’s favourite full musical releases.
Menace Beach – Ratworld (LP)
Dripping with 90s indie punk rock, Menace Beach’s fuzzy debut album Ratworld was released on Memphis Industries. Stream the EP version of the best track on the album, Drop Outs, below.
Sleater-Kinney – No Cities To Love (LP)
Their first record after a decade long hiatus, Sleater-Kinney released their fantastic return album No Cities to Love on Sub Pop. Stream Bury Our Friends below.
Ghastly Menace – Songs of Ghastly Menace (LP)
A very well rounded, unique and interesting indie pop debut, released on The Record Machine. Stream ‘Closing’ below.
Ty Segall – Mr Face (EP)
If you haven’t heard of Ty Segall by now then your missing out. Luckily there is a large back-catalog to get stuck in to, one that expanded this month with both this short yet captivating EP released on Famous Class and a live Ty Segall Band album released on Castle Face. Stream the full EP below.
The Pluto Moons – E$pooky (EP)
A very interesting and wonderfully unstable EP from New York’s makers of ‘based bass music’ (according to themselves) The Pluto Moons, released on Little L Records. This is the second release for the band, following 2013’s ‘Mannequin Legs’. Stream the first track below.
Pond – Man It Feels Like Space Again (LP)
Katuchat – Lonely Cloud (EP)
What were you favourite releases this month? What are you looking forward to next month?
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