So-and-so is releasing a new five-track EP in a few months, your problematic fave dropped a pretty risque new video and that washed up band that no one has even thought of for a good decade now, has decided to reunite and head out on a world tour. These are the things I need to post at a fervent pace, to not only keep up with the over-saturated blogosphere, but to harness the steady stream of emails that will inevitably continue their high-pressured pursuit into my inbox all hours of the day for the remainder of the week, (and probably on the weekend too, depending on the publicist.)

So to combat the rat-race, we're offering a content compromise in the form of our new daily column, Live From The Gutter - an afternoon recap of the day's press releases and the contents of my 405 email.

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Motion Graphics share digitised video for new song 'Anyware'

After announcing its debut album last month, Motion Graphics have shared the second track 'Anyware' with an accompanied video by a CULTURESPORT created visualizer. "The opening marimba for 'Anyware' was written on an Amtrak headed to Grand Central Terminal," Joe Williams said. "MIDI sequencing new tracks, moving between cities in rapid transit. This area is where I see the landscape of 'Anyware' living. The animation from CULTURESPORT chimes in on this while the album art jogs inside a dancing bear DNA sequence. It doesn’t run out of breath, like the hyper patterning of the brass and woodwinds.

NARCS announce free London live date

Following the release of their new album A Thinking Animal, Leeds indie-punk quartet, NARCS have announced that they'll be performing in London at Birthdays on September 1. And the show is free. Find the event page here.

Kate Nash throws a wild garden party in video for 'Good Summer'

Kate Nash looks like fun. She's just released the new music video for 'Good Summer' where she crashes her mom's garden to throw a party that gets kind of wild. "In Britain, in the summer you let go of the stuff on your shoulders and go, Fuck it, I'm gonna get on this banana boat. Go crazyyyyy!" she says.

CLAMS CASINO announces new shows at Electric Brixton and Warehouse Project

Clams Casino has announced a string of new shows for the fall including a headline show at Electric Brixton, London, in support of his recently released acclaimed debut LP 32 Levels, out now as the first release on Deviation Records. Tickets for Electric Brixton go on sale at 9am Friday 12 August and can be found here.

  • 11 August - Village Underground, London - SOLD OUT
  • 28 October - NIEBO, Warsaw
  • 30 October - VK Club, Brussels
  • 03 November - Electric Brixton, London
  • 05 November - Club To Club Festival, Turin
  • 11 November - Warehouse Project, Manchester (w/ Danny Brown, Wiley & more)

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Other news:

Morrissey's MPORIUM pop-up shop is coming

Here's the first trailer for Miley Cyrus and Woody Allen's new series

An alleged leak of Frank Ocean's Boys Don't Cry zine has surfaced

Prince's estate deny selling Paisley Park