New Music From The Inbox: Spookyland, Birgit Bidder, Wolf Eyes, Strange Talk, TÜLIPS

By: Juliette Jagger (@juliettejagger)

Artist: Spookyland “Bulimic”
Album:
Single
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A six-minute crescendo of brittle rock and roll, “Bulimic” from Sydney, Australia’s Spookyland sees the band come out of their mid-western studio with a harrowing prayer for the outsiders of the world. Of the song’s origins, frontman Marcus Gordon explains: “Bulimic is mostly a song about social friction I think, when there’s chaos in your mind, there’s a certain impulse to hurl the whole thing into the toilet bowl to find some kind of self-esteem, but this kind of program is basically doomed. Bulimia of one’s humanity…”

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Artist: Birgit Bidder “You Don’t Wanna Know”
Album:
Single
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Having already drawn comparisons to the likes of Adele, Amy Winehouse, Aretha Franklin and Etta James, Swedish artist, producer and composer Birgit Bidder has just released a brand new video for her song “You Don’t Wana Know.” Oozing with soul and sweet desperation, this one drives straight through the heart.

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Artist: Wolf Eyes “Catching The Rich Train”
Album:
Am A Problem: Mind In Pieces
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Off of their forthcoming release, I Am A Problem: Mind In Pieces, which is set to drop October 30th via Third Man Records, “Catching The Rich Train” from Detroit, Michigan’s post-industrial noise rock trio Wolf Eyes speaks directly to the plight of the every man out there fighting a lone revolution.

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Artist: Strange Talk “
Album:
E.V.O.L.U.T.I.O.N
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Smooth and funky, infectious and hot to the touch, “Something’s Bout To Change” from Australian synth-pop duo Strange Talk is total ear candy.

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Artist: TÜLIPS “Perfect Love”
Album: Doom & Bloom
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Off of their debut album Doom and Bloom, “Perfect Love” from LA’s TÜLIPS, is a frenzied trash-pop gem and that’s a really GOOD thing.

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Juliette Jagger

Juliette Jagger is a Canadian music journalist. She is on Twitter @juliettejagger.

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