Rich Ragany & The Disgressions “Like We’ll Never Make It”

It seems like Rich Ragany (The ROLE MODELS) never stops to write songs! On this first solo album, he got some help from musicians who played with The GLITTERATI, UK SUBS, SCOTT SORRY BAND, etc. The album starts very quietly with "To The Sea", then slowly moves to some very melodic indie pop with "The... Continue Reading →

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Ashtones “Who Are The Leper Messiahs?”

Lille's undisputed street punk rock'n'rollĀ  kings ASHTONES are back with a new 10 song album, and opening song "We Are Your Leper" shows us that they still have things to say when it comes to rockin'! This time you'll hear more melody in "Any Lou Reed At Night", "Success" (you'll hear some slight DOGS D'AMOUR... Continue Reading →

Jollys “Cosmic Heels” 7″

Chicago's JOLLYS have just released a new 3 song EP released by Australian record label Salty Dog. "Cosmic Heels" is a glam rock song with lots of reverb and a garage rock production. The songs sounds a bit like a dirtier version of GIUDA, contemporary glitter rock with 70s roots. "It's You" will take you... Continue Reading →

The Jones “Silver Faces”

Paris rock'n'rollers The JONES are back with a new 13 track album. Opening song "True Love" mixes DR. FEELGOOD to Les DOGS while "Sid Vicous" brings GARY GLITTER and T.REX to mind. The JONES are no newcomers since they played in many bands before, including BAD LOSERS and CHRIS WILSON, so you can expect some... Continue Reading →

Sloks “Holy Motor”

"One Up" and "Rat" open this album in a very no wave way full of noise and repetitive beats, but the Italian power trio has its roots in primitive garage as you can hear in "Holy Motor." SLOKS tell us that "Jazz Is Dead" in a psychedelic chaotic celebration of noise, but also admit they... Continue Reading →

Smash Fashion “Rompus Pompous”

L.A. glittery rock'n'roll dandies SMASH FASHION set the goals high with their previous album "Big Cat Love." They are back with this new 11 song album in which the 60s and 70s influences you heard in their previous record are still obvious. Opening song "Can't Take You Anywhere" has a bit of CHEAP TRICK in... Continue Reading →

King Brothers “Wasteland”

Japan's KING BROTHERS have their own vision of garage rock'n'roll in which classic STONES guitar riffs and harp meet modern deconstructed drum beats. Known for their energetic live shows, the power trio managed to re-create this wild and furious atmosphere in songs like "No Want", "The Machine", or "Bang Blues" in order to give birth... Continue Reading →

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