The Pickup

Bands and new music for fans of The Fall

Evening Shroud

by Nameless Creations

Hi! We are Nameless Creations. This is a track from our brand new album Upon God's Call. Hope you'll enjoy it.

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Bromidic Thrills

by Imperial Wax

Imperial Wax, the four-piece (which includes three 11-year veterans in the longest serving and last line up of The Fall), proffer otherworldly primal noise rock that’s both animalistic and shamanistic. Sharing news of a brand new single, "Bromidic Thrills" and UK Tour dates in Nov 2019

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Welcome to Analog City

by Sleep Year

Sleep Year is the solo project of Max Mueller, a 17-year-old from a Minnesotan suburb. In a lo-fi mix of power pop and post-punk, Mueller metaphorically expresses the boredom of his years spent in dystopian suburbia with the song Welcome to Analog City.

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Pete Bentham & the Dinner Ladies

Pete Bentham & the Dinner Ladies are artpunks from Liverpool, UK. They play primitive punk rock and roll and sing about things they believe in, often involving witty tales of northern working class life.

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The Ringards

Hello guys, We’re the Ringards. We are a newly formed alternative punk band based in Hackney, and wanted to share our anti Brexit tune with you, hope it’s of your interest...

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Grim Streaker

An explosion of angular, post-punk from Brooklyn, NY.

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Pry

Pry is the songwriting outlet of Reno's Watson Meyer. Prepare for angular, confrontational post-punk.

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TWTHPASTE

Evening Gentle-Earthlings, We are TWTHPASTE. It would be far more than a pleasure to share our debut demo tracks with you in hope it makes your arm hairs erect. A collection of three young strugglers, amplifying our emotions to cook daunting noises in attempt to flee this trap of a system. Enjoy x

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The Fabricators

We are a schizophrenic mess of a band and we sound like Emily Ratajowski wallowing in a sewer.

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Fauxchisels

Hiya. We are Paul, Heather and Dicky - and we are known as Fauxchisels. We've been playing together for a few years now but are just about to release our first album. Give it a listen and you might like it.

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My Pleasure

I met myself in Hull, UK, in 1988 when I was born and have been together ever since. I describe myself as “weird pop” because my mum thinks it’s weird. She doesn’t like the ones that use distortion and she describes them as “scratchy”. I’m aiming to release as many albums as possible before I die.

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