The Bad Somethings “S/T”

Opening song "Yeah Yeah Yeah" brings us back to 70s KISS with Ace Frehley inspired guitars and vocals bringing Gene Simmons to mind, but The BAD SOMETHINGS actually are a duo! Songs like "Let It Roll" or "Along For The Ride" are simple and catchy with raw energy, cowbell and classic rock guitar riffs while... Continue Reading →

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The Jones “Silver Faces”

Paris rock'n'rollers The JONES are back with a new 13 track album. Opening song "True Love" mixes DR. FEELGOOD to Les DOGS while "Sid Vicous" brings GARY GLITTER and T.REX to mind. The JONES are no newcomers since they played in many bands before, including BAD LOSERS and CHRIS WILSON, so you can expect some... Continue Reading →

Smash Fashion “Rompus Pompous”

L.A. glittery rock'n'roll dandies SMASH FASHION set the goals high with their previous album "Big Cat Love." They are back with this new 11 song album in which the 60s and 70s influences you heard in their previous record are still obvious. Opening song "Can't Take You Anywhere" has a bit of CHEAP TRICK in... Continue Reading →

Lana Loveland “Strange Charms” 7″

FUZZTONES' organist LANA LOVELAND released her first solo "Order To Love" album in 2011 and is back with a brand new single. The band's line-up includes two FUZZTONES members: Rudi Protrudi on bass, and Lennny Silvar (lead guitar.) "Strange Charm" has this cryptic sexy 60s vibe you can also hear in The FUZZTONES, and Lana's... Continue Reading →

The Connection “Wish You Success”

"Wish You Success" is the third full length album of The CONNECTION. The band mixes its American punk rock roots ("You Know", "In The End", "Mechanical Heart") with excellent pop songwriting ("Checking", "Color Me Unimpressed", "What a Shame"), and their power pop rock'n'roll sometimes flirts with country music in "Wish You Success" or in "Thinking... Continue Reading →

Hey Honcho & The Aftermaths “Chico Purito!!”

The debut album of Spanish garage punk rock'n'rollers HEY HONCHO & THE AFTERMATHS on Hound Gawd! Records. While the band definitely sounds garage, there's also some 77 punk influences in songs like "Sally Can't Wait", "Can't Stand The Pain", "Pick Up The Phone", or "Dull Boy." You'll hear some catchy choruses ("Speak To Complain", "Fair... Continue Reading →

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