New Single From Bee Bee Sea

We loved Bee Bee Sea’s This Dog Is The King Of Losers back in January 2018 – a full on riffola of psych infused garage rock stomp. The Italian band are back with a new long player Day Ripper, out on 9th October, and have shared the first single Daily Jobs which is another excellent track chock full of frenzied riffs, sharp tempo shifts, melodic … Continue reading New Single From Bee Bee Sea

Mad Mackerel’s Songs of 2019 (Part 1)

We’ve decided to do things a bit differently this year – too many times in the past we’ve posted our favourite songs of the year and then discovered late releases we wished we’d added! And also 2019 was a shit year for the world – Brexit, Johnson, Trump, the world burning… at least there is music. So, way after everyone else has done theirs, here … Continue reading Mad Mackerel’s Songs of 2019 (Part 1)

New Single From Bee Bee Sea

Back at the beginning of last year we posted Italian glam-punk stompers Bee Bee Sea’s brilliant This Dog Is The King Of Losers. Now they’re back with a new single Be Bop Palooza, which is another insanely catchy riffola of a tune –  a powerful, motorik rhythm that opens to a sticky chorus enriched with falsetto singing, while singer Wilson Wilson tells about his struggles … Continue reading New Single From Bee Bee Sea

Another From Bee Bee Sea

We posted a track from Italian garage-psych trio Bee Bee Sea in our most recent New Year Round Up, and now we have another for you, and it is an absolute cracker. The marvellously titled This Dog Is The King Of Losers also comes from their upcoming long player Sonic Boomerang, and undoubtedly has the riff of the year so far! A perfect mix of the outrageously … Continue reading Another From Bee Bee Sea

New Year Round Up (Part 4)

Another of our round-ups of songs we should have posted from the end of 2017. Restless was a stomping single from Brooklyn-based folk rocker Common Jack. It’s anthemic take on Americana draws favourable comparisons to Lumineers, Neil Young and The Avett Brothers.   Swedish indie rockers Francobello shared Future Lover, which rises and falls, building to a crescendo of gorgeous harmonies and ferocious guitar runs.   LA-based Space-Psych … Continue reading New Year Round Up (Part 4)