Joe Normal releases “Thank You Girl” single

-Buddy Holly fans will love the jangly guitars and catchy choruses of the new single by JOE NORMAL, called "THANK YOU GIRL." It is a " '50's retro-style tribute to all the women in our lives for keeping our world running and for the care and compassion they share as we strive to make it through these tough times together." - New Jersey Phonograph... Continue Reading →

Down To Rock #14

DTK in Los Angeles 2020 Hello from the streets of Hollywood, it’s been a minute, but I think things are finally kicking up again around town in the rock n roll scene, so here I am! LA has been surviving on Jam Nights and events put on by Jake from the Whiskey, in the Rainbow... Continue Reading →

Frankie Delmane “Street Penetration”

Some of you probably know FRANKIE DELMANE from The CRAZY SQUEEZE but he has also been active in various rock'n'roll bands (including TEENAGE FRAMES) and as a solo artist. "Penetration Street" contains 18 songs from his 365 songs in 365 days project and offers us a wide variety of his musician and songwriter talents in... Continue Reading →

The Popravinas “Willy Nilly”

California pop rockers The POPRAVINAS have been playing for quite some time now since they started in the mid-2000s and released their first album ("Everybody's Fault But Ours") in 2008. Their music is a fine mix of powerpop and alt-country with a a bit of ROLLING STONES thrown in ("Talkin' Out Loud", "Did Ya") and... Continue Reading →

The Forty Nineteens “Good Fortune”

California has always been a good place for powerpop, and this is no exception. Opening song "And Such And Such" displays great songwriting skills from the start and reminds me a bit of DRAMARAMA. "Easy Come Easy Go" mixes 60s garage to 70s punk rock energy, a song like "Another Day" won't have any problems... Continue Reading →

Telephone Lovers “S/T”

The US powerpop scene has been very interesting these last years, and it seems like bands keep on appearing! TELEPHONE LOVERS, from Long Beach, California, are no exception, they have the looks, the hooks, and the glam touch that make modern American powerpop so cool. They remind me of PRIMA DONNA on "Without You": 70s... Continue Reading →

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