Fickle Friends

February Music News

Eugene Quell releases debut EP
Brighton-based indie rock artist Eugene Quell released his debut EP on a name-your-price basis in January through Sonic Anhedonic Recording Company. Quell, who recorded the majority of Eugene Otto Quell from his home, had help from Oliver Newton on drums and Alex Petersen recording and can be downloaded for free via his Bandcamp website.

Two solo albums from Electric Soft Parade
Electric Soft Parade brothers Thomas and Alex White have both released solo albums. Thomas has released a cover of the whole Fleetwood Mac album Rumours while Alex has made a full album cover of Steely Dan’s Katy Lied. Both albums are faithful reproductions of the seventies classics and can be found on their Bandcamp website.

Fickle Friends single release
The Brighton-based band Fickle Friends released their debut single Swim last month. The five-piece from BIMM, who recently won Jamie Oliver’s Summer Jam competition, have released this Prince-esque 80s tune as a single as well as on Killing Moon’s compilation New Moons volume one.