The Jackets “Queen Of The Pill”

I've seen The JACKETS live a couple of times and they are quite an entertaining band with lots of energy, ALICE COOPER eye make-up, freaky fuzz and 60s garage influenced beats. Despite these obvious qualities, I never had the opportunity to listen to a full record of this Swiss/American band. Here they are back with... Continue Reading →

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Bitch Queens “L.O.V.E.”

This record opens with a song called "Anti-Social", but it's not a TRUST song! It sounds more like old TURBONEGRO, but well, these guys will probably admit it since they've never hidden their love for Norway's Denim Demons. Punk rock'n'roll guitars and choruses that are easy to sing along is what you'll find on "L.O.V.E",... Continue Reading →

Bitch Queens “Kill Your Friends”

Switzerland's #1 Denim Demons are back with 12 new songs. If TURBONEGRO's friends were all dead, then BITCH QUEENS advise you to kill yours! The glammiest side of the Norwegian band is still a major influence here, from "Kill Your Friends" and "Gimme a Kiss", to "Who Are You?" and "Tick Tick Tick." On this... Continue Reading →

Bitch Queens “Suck It Up!”

TURBONEGRO fans might have felt a bit disoriented with the new album/singer, but on the other hand it seems like the remaining Apocalypse Dudes still have a lot of fans among which you'll find BITCH QUEENS from Switzerland. Songs like "Burnin' Up" or "Ain't Good Enough" could have been on any post "Ass Cobra" TURBONEGRO... Continue Reading →

Dr. Cranknstein “L.A.”

An album about Los Angeles by a band from Switzerland with an American singer, Eliot Chambers who released several solo albums before. The opening song "Fly'n To L.A." has a CHEAP TRICK feel and this can't be a bad thing, can it? DR. CRANKNSTEIN plays hard rock'n'roll with big 80s influences and they do it... Continue Reading →

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