The Loose Lips “Get Loose…” EP

The LOOSE LIPS, from Long Island, NY are not the same band that released "Talkin' Trash" in 1999 (LOOSE LIPS) on TKO Records, but they sure share some dirty, trashy rock'n'oll influences. "Heels" opens this 5 song EP in a NEW YORK DOLLS way, before a very British rock "Beautfiful Flower." You can also hear... Continue Reading →

The Erotics “Three Sheets To The Wind” EP

While most bands get wiser and softer as they get older, The EROTICS are taking the opposite way, sounding rougher and harder with every new release. Their previous CD "Preaching To The Choir" was a raw double live album, and here they are now with 3 brand new songs that sound as if you were... Continue Reading →

Twin Guns – NY Noir

The dark side of Brooklyn brings us TWIN GUNS, who have just released their new album "The Last Picture Show" on Hound Gawd Records. If you love The CRAMPS, cryptic and hypnotic rock'n'roll, then you will be seduced... Can you introduce the band? Twin Guns is Andrea on guitar and vocals, Kristin on bass, and... Continue Reading →

Born Loose “I Loathe You” 7″

NYC's BORN LOOSE features two former CANDY SNATCHERS members (Larry May and Suke), so you can guess that you won't hear any polished modern rock on this great looking white 7" (out on Hound Gawd! Records), and we won't complain about that. Two short, angry, dirty punk rock'n'roll songs in which singer Larry May screams... Continue Reading →

Warshow Angels “S/T”

Any band mentioning T.REX and The LORDS OF THE NEW CHURCH in their biography is worth talking about, right? Well, good chances are you'll hear about them on here!... Formed in NYC by Kneel Cohn (Vocals/Guitar) and Todd Bryerton (who played drums on the last CONSOLIDATED album) after recording a few songs in Manhattan, WARSHOW... Continue Reading →

Knif “Demos”

┬áKNIF demos (-review by Pepsi Sheen) Guitar star, Deane Clapper, was one of the born to lose, scowling, glitter punks you'd see stompin' around the Bowery in the last days of the Green Door era when the NY Loose, D-Generation, Fur, Pillbox and Waldos ruled the East Side and you could just tell---even back then,... Continue Reading →

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