Brigitte Handley “After Dark” 7″ (Picture Disc)

BRIGITTE HANDLEY (The DARK SHADOWS) is releasing her new single in those weird quarantine/lockdown times. Two songs on a beautiful colourful 7" vinyl picture dic. "After Dark" is a catchy pop song with a dark twist in which you'll hear early British punk/rock'n'roll influences such as The CLASH in the guitars/bass and 80s goth rock... Continue Reading →

The Leftards “Apocalypse Cabaret” 7″

(-review by Anguish Young) Yes, yes, I am well aware that Amerikkka's uptight, think-tank engineered, consensus manufacturing,¬†safe space college culture abhors the use of even deliberately offensive sarcasm-even if it's the¬†feminist magazine "B Word", and even the most righteous black radical hip hop artists use of the taboo n word, in the context of self... Continue Reading →

Brat Farrar “III”

BRAT FARRAR's 7" "Being With You" was quite a good surprise last year. Here he is back with a 10 song album released by Off The Hip Records on CD, and Kizmiaz Records on vinyl. "On Your Mind" opens this album in a straight noisy punk way, as if The PXIES did speed for breakfast!... Continue Reading →

Brat Farrar “Being With You” 7″

Bela Lugosi on the cover, cool clear vinyl record, this is a good start! BRAT FARRAR is actually Sam Agostino (DIGGER AND THE PUSSYCATS/KAMIKAZE TRIO/RUSSIAN ROULETTES) doing everything by himself, in the pure DIY way! "Being With You That Night" has a bit of a MISFITS feel, straight forward dark punk rock, "Let It Go"... Continue Reading →

Black Heart Breakers “S/T”

These young Australian guys may look like they are in a 80s influenced sleaze rock band from Sweden, but their music has more to do with the BOYS, BITERS or the EXPLODING HEARTS... Teenage vocals, 70s rock'n'roll guitar riffs, poppy backing vocals (in a BEACH BOYS way), and the occasional THIN LIZZY influenced guitar solo,... Continue Reading →

Simon Chainsaw “Don’t Kill Rock’n’Roll”

Australian globetrotter/rocker SIMON CHAINSAW is back with a brand new 12 song colourful album recorded with his French backing band. Opening song "Don't Kill Rock'n'Roll" sets the atmosphere of this record, heavier than the previous releases, but still melodic, punk rock played by heavy rockers (Simon's vocals sometimes sound a bit like The OFFSPRING's Dexter... Continue Reading →

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