Rod Hamdallah “Crawling Back” 7″

Atlanta rock'n'roller Rod Hamdallah is offering us two brand new blues/soul rock'n'roll songs on vinyl and digital released by Hound Gawd! Records. "Crawling Back" has a sweet late 60s/70s rock taste, it's short, quite catchy with a cool guitar melody following Rod's voice. B-side song "Mali Jam" is more influenced by West African music, Touareg... Continue Reading →

Toward Space release new video “I Won’t Do Crack (Without Heroin”)

Red wine, bathroom action, motorcycle gangs, fun and sexiness is what you'll see in "I Won't Do Crack (Without Heroin)", the new TOWARD SPACE video directed by singer/bass player Seyla Hossaini.Check it out here: https://youtu.be/Bq1FHvuZhEk Facebook pagehttps://towardspace.bandcamp.com/

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 Beatersband “Black Christmas” EP

The BEATERSBAND from Italy is back with a 4 song Christmas EP, opening with a RAMONES influenced 'Frosty The Snowman" before bringing their 60s powerpop influences back with "Black Christmas" (in which the vocals sound more like modern pop punk) and "Rudolph The Red Nosed Reindeer.' "Rockin' Around The Christmas Tree" takes us back to... Continue Reading →

The Brothers Steve “#1”

If you were into 00s powerpop/glam, then you probably remember Los Angeles band TSAR. If you don't, then rush and grab their albums! 3 members of TSAR play in The BROTHERS STEVE, but the music of the band is more influenced by TEENAGE FANCLUB, GUIDED BY VOICES or The KINKS. The 60s powerpop influences perfectly... Continue Reading →

The Laissez Fairs “Marigold”

Las Vegas Psych mods The LAISSEZ FAIRS are back with this 16 song album (double album?) on Rum Bar Records. Opening song "Long Grow The Marigolds" brings you back to 60s psychedelism before "Phantom Stranger" will make you space dance! "My Thursday" Girl" has a bit of an early BOWIE vibe, "Mister Wryly" and "We'll... Continue Reading →

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