Razorbats “Mainline Rock’n’Roll”

Three years after their album "II", Norway's party rockers RAZORBATS offer us 10 brand new songs. Although the opening song is named "Rock'n'Roll Kills", the band sounds alive and well delivering some fine poppy rock'n'roll with a DARKNESS kind of guitar riff. The vocals and arrangements bring the 00s pop punk scene to mind when... Continue Reading →

Pat Todd & The Rankoutsiders “…there’s pretty things in Palookaville…”

PAT TODD & THE RANKOUTSIDERS are back with a 16 track album (mine on beautiful pink vinyl!) on Hound Gawd! Records. Opening song "All The Years #1" is actually the first version of "All The Year" that was featured on "14th & Nowhere" and is definitely a great, faster version! You'll be able to read... Continue Reading →

Tommy Ray! “Handful Of Hits”

"First Hits Free", TOMMY RAY!'s first album was just released one year ago and here he is again with 11 new powerpop hits. "In Love Again" opens on a melancholic teenage note before hand claps and JERRY LEE LEWIS piano take over in the catchy "No No No". Third song "On My Wall" slow things... Continue Reading →

The Guilty Hearts “S/T”

Los Angeles garage rock'n'rollers are back with a 3rd release on Voodoo Rhythm Records. As soon as "Too Far Down" starts you're sure that this album won't make you fall asleep. Fuzz, distortion and primitive rawk'n'roll songs is what you'll get! "Turn It Off" mixes 60s garage with noise rock while "Satisfied" brings some furious... Continue Reading →

Rod Hamdallah “Crawling Back” 7″

Atlanta rock'n'roller Rod Hamdallah is offering us two brand new blues/soul rock'n'roll songs on vinyl and digital released by Hound Gawd! Records. "Crawling Back" has a sweet late 60s/70s rock taste, it's short, quite catchy with a cool guitar melody following Rod's voice. B-side song "Mali Jam" is more influenced by West African music, Touareg... Continue Reading →

Bitch Queens/Delilahs’77 “Split” 7″

Swiss bands BITCH QUEENS and DELILAHS’77 are celebrating their friendship with this punk tribute split 7" vinyl record. DELILAHS’77 are offering us their own version of The MISFITS "Some Kinda Hate" which almost sounds like The UNDERTONES, great cover! BITCH QUEENS chose DEAD KENNEDY's classic "Too Drunk To Fuck" and turn it into a catchy... Continue Reading →

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