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 →

Down To Rock #16

They should have been bigger! Since no live shows in LA, I’ve been hitting the web to discover/rediscover some cool bands that gave it a shot, but for whatever reason, didn’t hit the mark. ROSE TATTOO- A great band from Australia that broke in the early 1980’s, with a bluesy hard rock that was heavy... Continue Reading →

Down To Rock #15

My name is Teddy Heavens (Rebel Rebel and Los Angeles Death Dolls) and I’ll be bringing you the latest Sleaze/Glam/Punk and Trash rock and roll news from the Golden State and the streets (and gutters) of Hollywood, California! From the Valleys to the alleys, I’ll find the coolest bands to report on and let you... Continue Reading →

The Guilty Hearts “S/T”

Los Angeles garage rock'n'rollers are back with a 3rd release on Voodoo Rhythm Records. As soon as "Too Far Down" starts you're sure that this album won't make you fall asleep. Fuzz, distortion and primitive rawk'n'roll songs is what you'll get! "Turn It Off" mixes 60s garage with noise rock while "Satisfied" brings some furious... Continue Reading →

Joe Normal releases “Thank You Girl” single

-Buddy Holly fans will love the jangly guitars and catchy choruses of the new single by JOE NORMAL, called "THANK YOU GIRL." It is a " '50's retro-style tribute to all the women in our lives for keeping our world running and for the care and compassion they share as we strive to make it through these tough times together." - New Jersey Phonograph... Continue Reading →

Black Market Heart “Transfusion” EP

4 new songs and a cool cover art-work by Los Angeles dark rock band BLACK MARKET HEART. "Feed Me Poison" opens this EP with some fine venomous post-punk full of energy while "Tidal Wave" has more to do with proto-punk and The STOOGES. Male and female vocals are mixed and give an interesting melodic effect... 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 →

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