Superlegend Frankie Delmane – Spontaneously Crafted Music!

TEENAGE FRAMES and The CRAZY SQUEEZE are two good reasons for us to have a little talk with Frankie, but his solo album "Street Penetration" has made us even more curious... Can you tell us how you first got into music? What were the first records you bought? The first band shirt you wore? "Music... 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 →

Frankie Delmane “Street Penetration”

Some of you probably know FRANKIE DELMANE from The CRAZY SQUEEZE but he has also been active in various rock'n'roll bands (including TEENAGE FRAMES) and as a solo artist. "Penetration Street" contains 18 songs from his 365 songs in 365 days project and offers us a wide variety of his musician and songwriter talents in... Continue Reading →

Richard Duguay “Bad JuJu”

Just one look at the cover makes you think that L.A rock'n'roller RICHARD DUGUAY has his own universe, which is a positive thing to start on. Opening song "Death Defy" is a mix of 70s and 80s hard rock and is the perfect anthem to make the listener ready for the rest of the album.... Continue Reading →

John Dissed “American University”

(Review by Free) When both irretrievably corrupt, collaborating, billionaire owned, fat cat political parties are 100% complicit in knowingly propping up completely fabricated, mythological stories to manufacture consent for a babies in cages prison state and permanent lies for imperialist wars for the insatiable profits of the one percent, hungry ghost, demonic extortionists at the... Continue Reading →

The Empire Strikes “Charm”

Helsinki's 70s rock influenced band The EMPIRE STRIKES are back with 12 songs. I guess opening an album with a song called "The End" is an interesting move especially when the song has a tragic and grandiloquent feel to it. Even though songs like "Danger", "Leeches, Lies and a Mighty Hoax" or"Amor Por La Vida... Continue Reading →

The Factory Superstars “b/w “Lullaby For Furs”

(-review by Moses Midnight) "Wait until I'm dead and you will see what all the fuss is about..." (-Dogs D'Amour) Hollywood Rocker, cult-figure, quick-draw artist, and suave black magician, Evad Fromme lived with the immortal and mythological, galactic kid, Alistarr from the Ultras, on Hollywood Boulevard during the late eighties/early nineties English Acid glitter daze... Continue Reading →

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