Mud City Manglers “Give Me The Hammer”

20 years(!) after their debut album, MUD CITY MANGLERS are back with a new record on Spaghetty Town Records/Beluga Records and Ghost Highway. "Give Me The Hammer" opens the album on a raw punk'n'roll note and things don't really slow down after this. Names like ELECTRIC FRANKENSTEIN or NASHVILLE PUSSY come to mind while listening... Continue Reading →

Russ Lippitt “F.T.W. Rise of The Anarchy March” (Book – Ravenhawk Books)

The author of The Lion's Share is back with a new novel. This time the action is happening in post-apoclyptic America in which anarchy is getting stronger and stronger through a movement called The Anarchy March. Politics, corruption, religion and the fight between the rich and the poor have dismantled what used to be The... Continue Reading →

Rich Kid Expre$$ “Psychodelic”

Following the debut EP "Bubblegum Radio" released earlier this year, this new album by Rob Richardson offers us 10 well played and well produced hard rocking songs. Although these songs are definitelty rooted in the 80s and early 90s hair metal era, you'll also hear some 70s hard rock influences in "Cross The Line", "R.K.R."... Continue Reading →

The Beatersband “Vol Due”

This very prolific Italian band is back with 8 new cover songs. Opening with a punk poppy version of "Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow" (The SHIRELLES), you can hear the same power pop and 60s influences as in their previous releases with good female vocals. "Calendar Girl", a 1961 cover of Neil Sedaka gets... Continue Reading →

Suzie Stapleton “We Are The Plague”

We talked about Brighton based artist Suzie Stapleton quite a few times through her singles and videos. Here she is back with a self-recorded album with the help of Gavin Jay (JIM JONES AND THE RIGHTEOUS MINDS) on bass and drummer Jim MACAULAY (The STRANGLERS.) "We Are The Plague" opens the album on a dark... Continue Reading →

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