Gilby Clarke “The Gospel Truth”

20 years waiting for this for fuck’s sake!First of all, I must admit that I have a special kind of love for Gilby’s albums, as a matter of fact, I decided to become a guitar player after his Pawnshop Guitars album.Always thought the dude’s great when it comes to riffs, Gilby’s work is all about... Continue Reading →

Jay Luke – Alone In The Crowd

"It's better to be alone than in bad company" they say. Jay Luke probably knows about this although he also knows how to choose his accomplices in rock'n'roll. Jay's new album « Alone In The Crowd » offers us 8 songs of well crafted heavy rock with glam and punk influences at times. We were curious to... Continue Reading →

Rich Kid Expre$$ “Psychodelic”

Following the debut EP "Bubblegum Radio" released earlier this year, this new album by Rob Richardson offers us 10 well played and well produced hard rocking songs. Although these songs are definitelty rooted in the 80s and early 90s hair metal era, you'll also hear some 70s hard rock influences in "Cross The Line", "R.K.R."... Continue Reading →

Lazy X releases “Shame On You”

From Oslo Norway, Lazy X was raised on real rock'n roll like Led Zeppelin, Guns n Roses and Aerosmith. He was the lead guitarist in Suicide Bombers from 2011-2017 and released his first album as Lazy X on the sixth of December 2017. "I wrote this song cause i’ve been observing what the media is... 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 →

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 →

Richard Duguay “Bad JuJu”

Just one look at the cover makes you think that L.A rock'n'roller RICHARD DUGUAY has his own universe, which is a positive thing to start on. Opening song "Death Defy" is a mix of 70s and 80s hard rock and is the perfect anthem to make the listener ready for the rest of the album.... Continue Reading →

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