After a stellar two weeks, the new releases have suddenly been a little thin on the ground. But there's plenty to enjoy down there; Beady Eye might surprise you with some delightful drum sounds, Bosnian Rainbows have an triply delight in store for you and TesseracT continue to stun prog fans with tracks from their new album.
Elsewhere there's some great alternative rock and metal acts. Which do you like best? Let us know in the comments, and share links to other great new tracks that we might have missed in the comments.
Beady Eye "Second Bite of the Apple"
Most people know Liam Gallagher for being obnoxious in interviews - perhaps more than being the former Oasis frontman. But there's some cool production happening on this recording - try it out.
Bosnian Rainbows "Turtleneck"
Former Mars Volta guitarist Omar Rodriguez-Lopez has put all his focus on Bosnian Rainbows, a dreamy psych-pop group which was once just a side project.
Satan "Life Sentence" (Full Album)
We've only had a chance to hear the opening track, and it's already blowing minds. That opening riff is one hell of a way to catch a guitarist's attention.
Another full-length track to follow the awesome prog epic we shared on the playlist last week. Their new album "Altered State" sounds like a serious contender for underground prog release of the year.
It's been too long since we heard some nice aggressive sludge/crust around here. This does a good job of satisfying our punk cravings - can anyone in the comments suggest any more?
Into the Flood "Your Judgement is What Condemns You"
Metalcore. No messing around here: this is straight up gnarly riffage and growls the way it should be.
That's the end of this week's playlist - what do you like or dislike, and can you share other great new streams? Let us know in the comments.