Paradise Alley “Psychotic Playground” 25th Anniversary Edition

This is the release for the 25th anniversary of "Psychotic Playground" (limited edition picture-dic CD) and I'm ashamed to admit that I wasn't familiar with PARADISE ALLEY until now, maybe because they were among the bands that had an album out a bit too late... I can't even count all the great albums that were... Continue Reading →

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Smash Fashion “Rompus Pompous”

L.A. glittery rock'n'roll dandies SMASH FASHION set the goals high with their previous album "Big Cat Love." They are back with this new 11 song album in which the 60s and 70s influences you heard in their previous record are still obvious. Opening song "Can't Take You Anywhere" has a bit of CHEAP TRICK in... Continue Reading →

Nicotine Pretty “Real Life Glories” EP

Although NICOTINE PRETTY released two singles before, "Real Life Glories" is their debut EP (co-produced by Glunk Records.) Opening song "ByGone Boy" offers us some fine glam punk rock'n'roll reminding a bit of early MANIC STREET PREACHERS while "This Ship Ain't Going Down" show us the snotty street punk side of NICOTINE PRETTY. The band... Continue Reading →

BBQT – All That Glitters…

"Let's Go!", BBQT's debut album on No Front Teeth Records is a fine mix of 70s glitter rock and 77 punk rock'n'roll. We asked Gabbie Bam Bam a few questions about the band and the album. Once again, it seems like all that glitters rocks! When did you start BBQT? I started BBQT in 2010.... Continue Reading →

Plastic Tears release new single and video

Helsinki glam punk rockers Plastic Tears premieres third single and video 'Miss Stumbling Legs' from the new 'Angels With Attitude' album on July 6th. The video was directed by Eco Inkinen and the storyline is based on the macabre lyrics. Mika 'Posse' Suihko does a brilliant lead acting role as a man who wakes up... Continue Reading →

Idol Lips “Street Values”

Italian punk rock'n'rollers IDOL LIPS are back with a new album on German record label Wanda Records. Although the band still owes a lot to JOHNNY THUNDERS ("Too Loose"...), you'll hear some obvious TURBONEGRO influences in "Don't Need Your Love", "Waiting To Die Around", or "Too Loud For The Crowd", and the band's snotty spirit... Continue Reading →

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