The Speedways “Radio Sounds”

When I first saw the name of the band, I thought they were playing speed action rock and I couldn't be more wrong... Opening song "This Ain't a Radio Sound" immediately brings TOM PETTY and CHEAP TRICK to mind. "The Day I Call You Mine" and "Your Brown Eyes Look So Blue" sound more like... Continue Reading →

Tremendous “Relentless”

British rockers TREMENDOUS introduced their music with a few digital singles last year and they finally release their first album on May 15th. While "Don't Leave Our Love (Open For Closing)" or "Rock'n'Roll Satellite" have obvious UK 70s glam rock influences, you'll also hear some 80s American metal in "Bag Of Nails", "Copycat Killer" or... Continue Reading →

Suzie Stapleton new single/video and September shows

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z75ow7o9uC8&feature=youtu.be Brighton-based artist Suzie Stapleton has announced the release of new single “Blood On The Windscreen”. ‘Blood On The Windscreen’ is the second single from the acclaimed songwriter and guitarist’s highly anticipated debut album ‘We Are The Plague’ which is slated for release in June via Cargo Records. “I had a meeting with a photographer... Continue Reading →

Tremendous release “Open For Closing” single

TREMENDOUS (Birmingham, UK) release their third single "Open For Closing" on April 12th. It is produced by Gavin Monaghan (Kings Of Leon/Robert Plant/The Editors etc) An album will be out in September. Catch them live in London on April 4 at Dublin Castle! Facebook page  

The Hip Priests “Stand For Nothing”

The HIP PRIESTS are probably one of the most active rock'n'roll bands in the UK at the moment, they released four albums, three EPs and twenty four (!) 7" singles in a little more than 10 years! Kicking off with "Welcome To Shit Island" (Brexit, anyone?), The HIP PRIESTS' punk rock'n'roll still sounds as nihilistic,... Continue Reading →

Godfathers “A Big Bad Beautiful Noise”

(-maximum bottle review by General Labor) ...Aw, man, it's apparently, all been forgotten and photo-shopped, whitewashed and revised, now, to fit-in to various updated narratives of convenience, but in the actual push and struggle eighties of my wild, wild youth, our gang was an unlikely alliance of thrash metal dudes in army camo and Slayer... Continue Reading →

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