Supergroupies “La Musique Pornographique” demo CD (2004)

We've heard about many good punk'n'roll/glam punk bands from Sweden lately. Even though The GROUPIES are not that far from this genre, they definitely have their own identity which is more influenced by early (70s) glam rock. There are four amazing glitter pop songs on this demo CD that you will really enjoy if you're... Continue Reading →

Thee Trash Brats “American Disaster” (2001)

It seems like nothing can stop the Detroit BRATS from rocking, and it's like they're becoming better and better as the years go by. Indeed, "American Disaster" is a first class TRASH BRATS album, it has the maturity as well as the wildness of their first recordings. Some songs like "Rocket To Heaven", "Imitation Generation",... Continue Reading →

Velvet Condom “Safe & Elegant” (2008)

While most French electro bands just take the easy DAFT PUNK way turning into DJs who do nothing but play their own music on CDs at shows, you’ll still find some more underground minimalistic acts that have more in common with German robotic genre originators KRAFTWERK. VELVET CONDOM (I know, you have to get used... Continue Reading →

Pink Grease “Mechanical Heart”

Sheffield's electro-glam band PINK GREASE were my favourite 2005 band (though their first album "This Is For Real" (Mute records) was actually released in 2004. The band really managed to mix the best of 80s new wave to 70s glam rock with fresh energy and style on "This Is For Real". This second album "Mechanical... Continue Reading →

Sour Jazz “American Seizure”

DO THE POP....BLAH BLAH BLAH INC.These achingly swank New York Rockers worship at the Alter Of Osterberg, and make no bones about it. "Lost For Life"..."No Values"..."American Seizure"....the old, Iggy-related yuks just never get stale for this die-hard gang of unrepentant Pop-fetishists. Their love of all things Iggy goes much deeper than their Loreal blue/black... Continue Reading →

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