After a big break in our Six Degrees section I am back with another group of new releases of our Fresh On The Net bands. Today we are opening our section with the new video by Liverpool band Vasco da Gama. The video was released on April 29 and it is taken from the EP “Geography“.

Our second video is coming from Plymouth. Born in Launceston, indie rock trio PJP Band released their debut album “And So It Goes” with Producer Pete Miles (The King Blues, Sonic Boom 6, We Are The Ocean, Dry The River). Vicious Luck is the second single of this album.

Two tracks are featured today: “St.” from Scottish band “Holy Esque“, and “Pinhole of Light”, from Leeds band Heart-Ships. This last band will be familiar to all of you as it was featured in our Fresh Faves #50 with their song “Five Forks of Lightning” now on video at youtube here.

And to finish our section I want to remark two live sessions that really caught my attention: London singer-songwriter Zemmy Momoh (Telegraph live session) and North Wales singer-songwriter Al Lewis at St Pancras Old Church.

Enjoy and see you next week!


VASCO DA GAMA – Brigadiers

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PJP BAND – Vicious Luck

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HEART-SHIPS – Pinhole of Light

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ZEMMY MOMOH – Brittle Pieces (Telegraph Live Session)

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AL LEWIS – Don’t Believe in Magic (Live at St Pancras Old Church)

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Bands and artists featured on this article, participation at Fresh On the Net listening posts and Fresh Faves.

  1. VASCO DA GAMA – BrigadiersFresh Faves 55
  2. PJP BAND – Vicious Luck. Listening Post Batch 55
  3. HOLY ESQUE – St. Listening Post Batch 58
  4. HEART-SHIPS – Pinhole of Light. Fresh Faves 50
  5. ZEMMY MOMOH – Brittle Pieces. Fresh Faves 1
  6. AL LEWIS – Don’t Believe in Magic. Fresh Faves 18





Hi, I'm Mar, a member of the Fresh On The Net team. I am a biologist, and I work at a research laboratory. I became interested in music as a child and studied Music Theory, Piano and Choral Singing for more than one decade. Although the circumstances steered me into Biology, I have never been cut off from the music. Since always I've had a predilection for Scottish, Irish folk, Breton and Galician music, but I have a large collection of world music. With my trips to Brazil I added from Bossa to Samba, Samba Reggae, Pagode, Sertanejo..., but above all, a wide range of current Brazilian rock musicians, entirely unknown in the international market. Hence, when I returned to Spain, and later moved to Los Angeles (California), I was bored by the monopolized commercial music that was on the radio. This, the gradual disappearance of good record stores and the possibilities offered by the Internet, sparked my curiosity for other forms of music and the independent music media. Following that path I founded “Jungle Indie Rock” with my best friend, a music blog where we have fun and we feature independent bands and artists. I still travel a lot, looking for new sites, sounds and rhythms. I currently live in Madrid and landed here in 2012 at Fresh On The Net :)


  1. Nice one Mar,welcome back 🙂

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