Rich Ragany & The Disgressions “Like We’ll Never Make It”

It seems like Rich Ragany (The ROLE MODELS) never stops to write songs! On this first solo album, he got some help from musicians who played with The GLITTERATI, UK SUBS, SCOTT SORRY BAND, etc. The album starts very quietly with "To The Sea", then slowly moves to some very melodic indie pop with "The... Continue Reading →

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The DeRellas “High Rise Supersize” 7″

While changing vocalist is always risky for a band, The DERELLAS welcome Joey DeRella (their third singer!), and reinforce their glam punk sound on this brand new flashy 7" vinyl record... "High Rise Supersize" is a catchy poppy snotty glitter punk song in the vein of HANOÏ ROCKS and early MANICS (the guitars and energy... Continue Reading →

Role Models “Dance Moves”

Three albums in three years, so here is the third one! "Evangeline" opens on a darker note than what we used to hear on the two previous albums, but you'll still find this "American indie rock melancholy" touch in the chorus (think of SOUL ASYLUM or The REPLACEMENTS.) "I Want More", "Empire State", and "Feel... 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 →

The Ghosts Of Lovers “S/T”

When drummer Steve Pegrum told me that he was planning to release a GHOSTS OF LOVERS CD on his own label Angels in Exile Records, I thought it was the best idea ever! I only knew a couple of songs (thanks YouTube!) before, but it was clear to me that this band had everything, from... Continue Reading →

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