The Erotics “The Songs Remain Deranged”

Many sleaze rock/glam metal bands have disappeared these last years, but The EROTICS stand strong and offer us a new release each year! They never really change but are still able to offer us some quality rock'n'roll such as the heavy rock opener "Angel, Devil & Me". You'll hear some catchy horror rock ("Blood Of... Continue Reading →

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The Ratcliffs “Hell Mental”

The RATCLIFFS (from Austria) probably have all the RAMONES album. That's what you think when listening to opening song "Sidewalk Weirdo", "She Walked O.U.T", "One Step Forward" or "Just Because", but they must also be influenced by bands like The QUEERS and The ADOLESCENTS. Nothing wrong with this, right? But you'll hear more than that... Continue Reading →

The Popravinas “Willy Nilly”

California pop rockers The POPRAVINAS have been playing for quite some time now since they started in the mid-2000s and released their first album ("Everybody's Fault But Ours") in 2008. Their music is a fine mix of powerpop and alt-country with a a bit of ROLLING STONES thrown in ("Talkin' Out Loud", "Did Ya") and... Continue Reading →

Razorbats “The City” (Single)

Two new songs by Norway's hottest new band RAZORBATS, well not that new now since they started in 2012 (but they've been through various line-up changes)! "The City" brings back a healthy dose of VAN HALEN and The ARK influenced melodies with a catchy teenage rock chorus. If GIRL was still around, they would probably... Continue Reading →

Demons “Kiss Off”

DEMONS are no new-schoolers since they started around 1994/1995 in Sweden, when HELLACOPTERS, TURBONEGRO, BACKYARD BABIES and GLUECIFER were just starting to put rock'n'roll back on the map.They now have more than 20 releases in their bag (including 3 albums on Gearhead Records) and are offering us 12 new songs on Alaska Productions/God's Candy Records.... Continue Reading →

Brad Marino “Extra Credit”

Following his EP "Four Track Attack", BRAD MARINO (The CONNECTION) is back with a solo album on which he plays every instrument with a little help from his friend Kris Rodgers on keys/piano. Opening song "Broken Clocks" has a big RAMONES feel, and powerpop sweetly mixes with old-school rock'n'roll in "It's Not Right", "Don't Do... Continue Reading →

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