#MODERATEROCKRECOMMENDS- November 2018

The constant churn of new music normally slows down around November but this month has seen the release of classic American emo, great British metal, and at least one late, great, album of the year contender- and it feels like there’s still so much more to come. These are my favourite songs this month. I hope you find something to love.

MINERAL- ‘Aurora’
ALL GET OUT- ‘You’ll Survive’
CAN’T SWIM- ‘My Queen’
TERA MELOS- ‘Treasures and Trolls’
ITOLDYOUIWOULDEATYOU- ‘Almost Zero’
LINGUA NADA– ‘Hypertension’
SPIELBERGS- ‘We’re All Going to Die’
DRUG CHURCH- ‘Strong References’
THE TIDAL SLEEP- ‘Triggers’
HOWLS– ‘Brick By Brick’
SUPER UNISON- ‘Nev’
PORTRAYAL OF GUILT- ‘Among Friends’
CULT LEADER- ‘Share My Pain’
TUSCOMA- ‘A Place in the World’
THE OCEAN- ‘Ordovicium: The Glaciation of Gondwana’
RESPIRE- ‘A Heart Still Pines’
ARCHITECTS- ‘Holy Hell’
PIJN- ‘Denial’
ENVY- ‘Alnair in August’
HOLY FAWN– ‘Dark Stone’
OLD FAITH- ‘Reunion’
JOE CARDAMONE- ‘Oneida’
DAN ROMER- ‘Blind Spots’
ONEOHTRIX POINT NEVER- ‘Love in the Time of Lexapro’
IAN WILLIAM CRAIG- ‘Idea for Concentration 1’
ENDLESS MELANCHOLY- ‘Slumber Waves’
JO QUAIL- ‘Mandrel Cantus (edit)’
HE WAS EATEN BY OWLS- ‘We Stood There Feeling Like Worms’

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