Suzie Stapleton “We Are The Plague”

We talked about Brighton based artist Suzie Stapleton quite a few times through her singles and videos. Here she is back with a self-recorded album with the help of Gavin Jay (JIM JONES AND THE RIGHTEOUS MINDS) on bass and drummer Jim MACAULAY (The STRANGLERS.) "We Are The Plague" opens the album on a dark... 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 →

Baby Scream “Just Covers”

Juan Pablo Mazzola offers us a new album but you'll only hear covers this time. He had the great idea to cover C.C. Deville's powerpop solo project SAMANTHA 7 with opening song "I Wanna Be Famous" that really fits BABY SCREAM just like a glove. After that, you'll hear a modern "AIR-ed" version of 10CC's... Continue Reading →

Cyclope Espion “Friday Night Epitath”

CYCLOPE ESPION is the project of Thomaxe, you might have read some of his articles/columns in various 'zines, including ours, or if you're lucky enough to live in New York City, then you might have seen him play in a rock'n'roll club with his bands, or jamming with local rock'n'rollers. Thomaxe was a French teacher... Continue Reading →

Ray ‘Sonic’ Hanson’ s Whores of Babylon “Sonic Outlaws Empire Of Dirt, Glitter, & Perforated Electric Souls”

"ATLANTIS CASTLE MAGIC..." (-Calling Ray Sonic Hanson & The Sonic Whores Of Babylon, On A Public Saxophone....Up Early Listening To "Sonic Outlaws Empire Of Dirt, Glitter, & Perforated Electric Souls" By Ray Sonic Hanson & The Sonic Whores Of Babylon.... All Too Caffeinated Review by Anguish Young) Hello Hooray, my darlings, I was just thinking... Continue Reading →

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