Ashtones “Who Are The Leper Messiahs?”

Lille's undisputed street punk rock'n'rollĀ  kings ASHTONES are back with a new 10 song album, and opening song "We Are Your Leper" shows us that they still have things to say when it comes to rockin'! This time you'll hear more melody in "Any Lou Reed At Night", "Success" (you'll hear some slight DOGS D'AMOUR... Continue Reading →

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The Jones “Silver Faces”

Paris rock'n'rollers The JONES are back with a new 13 track album. Opening song "True Love" mixes DR. FEELGOOD to Les DOGS while "Sid Vicous" brings GARY GLITTER and T.REX to mind. The JONES are no newcomers since they played in many bands before, including BAD LOSERS and CHRIS WILSON, so you can expect some... Continue Reading →

Guttercats “Follow Your Instinct”

Paris' GUTTERCATS are back with a 4th album already. Opener "A Trip Down Memory Lane" displays more pop influences than in their previous works, although you still can hear the obvious GUN CLUB influence. The band also gets darker with "(Beyond The Limits) Before I Die", the guitars still have this cowboy slide feel, and... Continue Reading →

Dead End “Suicide Notes”

French punk rock band DEAD END has been around for more than 20 years! Despite all those years and numerous line-up changes, Wattie (vocals/guitar) always managed to keep DEAD END alive and kicking. On this new album, you can obviously hear Wattie's punk rock'n'roll roots in songs like "Autophobia", "The Cheater", "Loser", or "Shout", and... Continue Reading →

Olowex “Discode” EP

Holeg Spies (French musician specialized in movie soundtracks) and electronic music producer Yannis Kamarinos joined forces and ideas in order to create cinematic music under the name OLOWEX, with the help of Thierry Jones (BAD LOSERS, The JONES.) Spies and Jones previously worked together in electro-industrial project KORE KOSMOU. The main track of this EP,... Continue Reading →

Cyclope Espion “Friday Night Epitath”

CYCLOPE ESPION is the project of Thomaxe, you might have read some of his articles/columns in various 'zines, including ours, or if you're lucky enough to live in New York City, then you might have seen him play in a rock'n'roll club with his bands, or jamming with local rock'n'rollers. Thomaxe was a French teacher... Continue Reading →

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