Lester Greenowski “Out Of Tune, Out Of Key”

Opening on an 80s sax note, this new album gets on fire from the start with the RAMONES influenced "Let's Get Fucked Up" which already sounds like an anthem! Then, "The Perfect Time To React" and "Until Wrong Turned Right" (with some cool piano and killer sax solo) bring back a bit of a 00s... Continue Reading →

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Paradise Alley – Cuban Heels and Eyeliner

PARADISE ALLEY are back! Lead vocalist Steve Vincent tells us about the band's history, the 25th anniversary of their album "Psychotic Playground" and the late 80s/early 90s London glam scene. Can you tell us a bit about the beginnings of PARADISE ALLEY? I had left my band in Scotland, Indian Angel and moved to London... Continue Reading →

The Gentlemens “Triage”

This is the third full-length album of punk blues Italian trio The GENTLEMENS. The vinyl version is released by Hound Gawd! Records, so it looks very nice as usual. 'Still I Am" gives this album a quite brilliant opening, bringing a vibe somewhere between The CRAMPS and JOHN SPENCER, while second song "Sheltered" is a... Continue Reading →

The Hip Priests “Stand For Nothing”

The HIP PRIESTS are probably one of the most active rock'n'roll bands in the UK at the moment, they released four albums, three EPs and twenty four (!) 7" singles in a little more than 10 years! Kicking off with "Welcome To Shit Island" (Brexit, anyone?), The HIP PRIESTS' punk rock'n'roll still sounds as nihilistic,... Continue Reading →

The Leftards “Apocalypse Cabaret” 7″

(-review by Anguish Young) Yes, yes, I am well aware that Amerikkka's uptight, think-tank engineered, consensus manufacturing, safe space college culture abhors the use of even deliberately offensive sarcasm-even if it's the feminist magazine "B Word", and even the most righteous black radical hip hop artists use of the taboo n word, in the context of self... Continue Reading →

J.D. Hangover “S/T”

This 6 song vinyl is an interesting mix of no wave and blues, minimalism and soul. It was recorded live using a 50s RCA microphone, so it feels just like the duo is playing in the same room with a vintage drum machine and reverb. The ghosts of SUICIDE and The GUN CLUB wander in... Continue Reading →

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