Morrissey “L’insoumis” – Nicolas Sauvage (Camion Blanc)

Alors que la plupart des artistes pop cherchent à plaire au plus grand nombre sans jamais faire la moindre vague, Morrissey a toujours manié l'art de la provocation, de l'ambiguïté et du paradoxe avec brio réussissant ainsi au fil des années à attirer autant de fans que de détracteurs. Il existe même un club d'... Continue Reading →

Hard Times “Little Satan” EP

Members of SUICIDE GENERATION, SICK BAGS and DESPERATE FÜN have united to bing us four songs out of Covid lockdown boredom. As you can guess, this is not a jazz record. "Little Satan" opens in a DEAD BOYS way, young, loud and snotty! Then "Oh Let It Go" brings us some trashy glam à la... Continue Reading →

Fast Eddy “Take A Look”

First album by FAST EDDY from Denver who flew to Atlanta during the pandemic to record 10 songs with Tuk Smith and Dan Dixon. "Take A Look" is a great opener, it offers us THIN LIZZY influenced guitars in the intro and vocals that remind me of RHINO BUCKET. It definitely makes the listener want... Continue Reading →

Star Park “S/T” EP

If you've been following the glam trash glitter bubblegum and power pop subculture this zine celebrates for a long enough time, you might remember the O'Donnal Brothers, of Bang Bang Satellite fame, who always write catchy, memorable, and deeply heartfelt songs about smalltown melancholy and day job disappointments, modern heartbreak, and existential despair. If you're... Continue Reading →

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