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garage rock


TRACK: OILBIRDS – I WILL NOT BE DENIED

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TRACK: HANNI EL KHATIB – STRESSY

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Album Review : King Tuff’s ‘The Other’

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Working on their second album as you read this, New Yorkers Damn Jackals are intent on making up for lost time. They had a big 2020 ahead of them in terms of giving their 2018 debut Crooked Castle, Volume 1 a victory lap, but the world, well, it had other plans. So they were put …

Polish Club

“Is it Hell or Kirribilli?” Polish Club release excoriating Double A Side track and announce upcoming album.

A touch of Los Angeles came to Dublin as two bands at least based in the city arrived at the upstairs venue at Whelans. Support band Numb.er, formed in LA by Jeff Fribourg did their engaging Dark Wave / Synthpunk thing to an appreciative crowd, and showed they have more than enough to pull in …

We are ever so pleased to premiere the fizzy fuzzy onslaught of ‘Be Your Man’ from the ever reliable, ever fun The Grogans. Having delighted us last year with the exuberant ‘Just A Kid’ (reviewed by me here), The Gogans continue full throttle with a blast of utterly cathartic garage rock with all essential ingredients …

The four female members of the band NOBRO looking at the camera

This is EXACTLY what is need to blast away any January blues. Canada’s NOBRO have released new single ‘Bye Bye Baby‘ which is taken from their forthcoming EP Live Your Truth Shred Some Gnar scheduled for release on 23 February 2022 via Big Scary Monsters. Goodness this is glorious garage rock with a twist of punk. Full throttle …

Neo-Psychedelia has become the fastest growing musical trend, and the genre that everyone who wants to be associated with. With that in mind, it’s easy to forget that it is people who make all of this possible and get the music out into the public domain in the first place. Say Psych plans to address …

If it feels like Philly quartet The Mary Veils have been building toward something for a while, that’s because, well, they have. Having completed their metamorphosis from Brian von Uff’s solo project into a full band late last year with the Somewhere Over the Rowhome EP, their debut album is finally locked in, and we’ve …

If you’re not a fan of strange-textured foods or seeing said strange-textured foods thrown in faces, we’d recommend you tab out of this new Phantom Limb clip and treat yourself to the audio-only experience. If you are, well, this video is a treat. Led by Andrew Laningham, the Alabama quartet’s new song tackles the pervasive …