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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BAMBOO share 'Always Running' from new album

BAMBOO, is the continuing project from Nick Carlisle (of Peepholes, Don't Argue) and Rachel Horwood (of Trash Kit, Halo Halo) and they've released their new album The Dragon Flies Away, out now on Crumb Cabin. Hear new single 'Always Running' below.


Red Sleeping Beauty share vintage video for 'Mi Amor'

Swedish indiepop vets, Red Sleeping Beauty have offered vintage-tinged visuals for their new song 'Mi Amor'. It looks like an Instagram filter was placed over their new clop, about a long distance long story, sung in both English and Spanish. The band filmed their own video in Sweden and Spain. Watch below.


MIYNT releases 'You Were Never Too Much' from her debut EP

Swedish artist, MIYNT is released her debut project Ep No 1 on Friday via B3SCI Records. And leading up to the week-end release, she's unleashed new single 'You Were Never Too Much' as a preview of what's to come. In a statement about the new track, she says: "It came out of a complicated love situation I experienced a couple of years ago. It was very confusing and frustrating. But it turned into some songs, like a lot of things do after a while." Listen below.


Hear 'Eternal Sleep' from Phaeleh's forthcoming album Illusion Of The Tale

Matt Preston aka Phaeleh is looking to "explore the perception of self-importance" on his new album Illusion Of The Tale. It's his follow-up to 2014's Somnus and is full of ambient offerings like new single 'Eternal Sleep.' As a taster, Bevis Bowden directed a short clip to accompany the new music, which you can watch below.

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Other news:

Zayn Malik to release his autobiography this fall

Tidal's losses have doubled since last year

Jessica Chastain gets strategic in trailer for Miss Sloane

Marvel unveils a number of hip-hop inspired covers