— Issue 62 —

Genres in this issue: indie, punk

Marigolds

Hot Springs

Selected by Luke (Wax & Stamp)

Cosmit

Cosmit

Selected by Luke (Wax & Stamp)

The Letter

First up this month is the kind of special one, in that this has only had 150 pressings, and while it’s technically an EP, it has a whole bunch of amazing B-sides on the other side to pimp this up to album status. I first came across Marigolds last year, and their lush, synth-heavy indie-pop is the kind of music you want to stick on when you’re on an epic road trip through mountains and forests. Every song on this record is drenched in beauty, with a particular highlight Everglades.

Second up is another hard to get your hands on slice of indie from Bristolian’s Cosmit. This 7” went like gold dust when it came out a couple of months ago, and we managed to get on the second repress before they sold out. While Marigolds have the lush sound, Cosmit bring out the four to the floor chugging indie, with super raw production that just makes it hit harder. Rolling Sea will definitely be spinning on repeat for a while this summer…