Bitch Queens “City Of Class”

Basel's Turbojugend is alive and well! BITCH QUEENS proves it with this new album full of high energy punk'n'roll songs ("City Of Class", "Vote For Pedro".) Switzerland might look nice and clean but it has its hidden perversions, and BITCH QUEENS are definitely one of those! Of course, they still sound like TURBONEGRO ("Süperböy") but... Continue Reading →

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Cheap Gunslingers “S/T”

CHEAP GUNSLINGERS formed in 2015 in Florida although their sound has more to do with 70s New York. They also seem to be influenced by The MODERN LOVERS as opening song "Record Store" suggests. Songs like "Good Time" and "Run Girl" make me think about mid-00s punk rock'n'roll bands such as The MYSTERY ADDICTS or... Continue Reading →

The Candy Snatchers “Moronic Pleasures”

High-energy punks The CANDY SNATCHERS are back on Hound Gawd! Records with a full album (19 rescued songs from 1998! on vinyl with digital download card included) They've been playing together for a long time since they formed in 1992 in Virginia and the idea to mix, master and transfer these songs to digital and... Continue Reading →

Demons “Kiss Off”

DEMONS are no new-schoolers since they started around 1994/1995 in Sweden, when HELLACOPTERS, TURBONEGRO, BACKYARD BABIES and GLUECIFER were just starting to put rock'n'roll back on the map.They now have more than 20 releases in their bag (including 3 albums on Gearhead Records) and are offering us 12 new songs on Alaska Productions/God's Candy Records.... Continue Reading →

Brad Marino “Extra Credit”

Following his EP "Four Track Attack", BRAD MARINO (The CONNECTION) is back with a solo album on which he plays every instrument with a little help from his friend Kris Rodgers on keys/piano. Opening song "Broken Clocks" has a big RAMONES feel, and powerpop sweetly mixes with old-school rock'n'roll in "It's Not Right", "Don't Do... Continue Reading →

The Hip Priests “Stand For Nothing”

The HIP PRIESTS are probably one of the most active rock'n'roll bands in the UK at the moment, they released four albums, three EPs and twenty four (!) 7" singles in a little more than 10 years! Kicking off with "Welcome To Shit Island" (Brexit, anyone?), The HIP PRIESTS' punk rock'n'roll still sounds as nihilistic,... Continue Reading →

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