“Very basic music – loud, fast, city, raucous, arrogant, paranoid, speed-freak rock n roll. It will be so loud that if we move in next door to you, your lawn will die”. Ian ‘Lemmy’ Kilmister || 1945 -2015 || Born to lose, lived to win.
Our regular collection of the best of the week’s new tunes. This week no less than x new tracks for you. The Felice Brothers – Carriage Smoke Fairies – Wild Winter Savages – T.I.W.Y.G. Meat Wave – Symmy Theo Verney – Sailed Long WALL – Fit The Part Cassie Ramone – Run Run Rudolph (Chuck… Read More Eight Songs You Should Have Heard This Week
Jesse Payne stems from a soil deep in the Southeastern region of the United States. He nests in scenic views of trees and mountains blending into valleys of skyscrapers and barns. Alabama and the Appalachian trail provide the canvas for his yellow shade of timeless polaroids transposing over lake and swing. New album Heirloom will… Read More Jesse Payne – Heirloom
Graveyard Johnnys fuse the primal bump’n’grind of classic 50s rockabilly with the fury of late 70s punk rock and new album Dead Transmission continues their raucous, sonic adventures. Piss and vinegar in places, affectionate in others, but rocking and stomping throughout, this is rock’n’roll at it’s visceral best with some rousing tunes chucked into the mix of… Read More Graveyard Johnnys – Dead Tranmission
The Sex Rays deal in sweaty, adrenalin fuelled garage rock. New single She Thing is a tight, sci-fi radio rock ‘n’ roll anthem channeling the band’s lusty garage rock roots, and then driving said roots through the roof. The B-side is the brilliantly named He’s Trying To Work It Out With His Girlfriend, And Then The… Read More Mad Mackerel Recommends… The Sex Rays
Aussie duo My Old Dutch is an explosive two-piece lo-fi rock’n’roll outfit from Melbourne, bashing out 50s inspired tales of love lost, found and stolen. First single Howlin’ Marilyn is a crankin’ two and a half minute ditty. Driven by a fuzzed-up, rocking riff soaked in magneto feedback, glued together with a thumping beat and some… Read More Introducing >>> My Old Dutch
From East L.A., The Bloodhounds play fresh, edgy R&B tinged blues with a hint of punk swagger and latin groove, but always with maximum emphasis placed on good old fashioned rock’n’roll. Debut album Let Loose is out in early November via Alive Naturalsound Records, and until then you can check out the first track from… Read More MM Shorts 621: The Bloodhounds
Portland’s The Shivas have announced the release of their fourth LP, You Know What To Do, out October 28th on Olympia-based label K and on cassette via Burger Records. Having drawn comparisons to bands like Thee Oh Sees and Black Lips, The Shivas blend elements of surf-pop, garage-rock, and good old fashioned rock ‘n’ roll,… Read More The Shivas – Manson Girls
Here is Dan Sartain’s new video for his rather inspired cover of The Knife’s Pass This On. It is the lead single from his new album Dudesblood, which you can order here. . .
We’re throughly enjoying this EP from NYC’s Falling Birds, whose fuzzed up garage rock recalls the The Black Lips, but with a dash of Bright Eyes’ folky storytelling sensibilities and a smattering of classic rock’n’roll thrown in for good measure. The five track EP is called Native America and can be grabbed from Bandcamp here on… Read More Introducing >>> The Falling Birds