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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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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 …

We are delighted to premiere the new track by Brisbane (or to be precise, Naarm/Meanjin) band loulou entitled ‘Depend On Me’. This is a scuzzy, shambling treasure of a song with its genetic origins traceable to a diverse range of very acceptable source codes – a Brisbane sound with a little of The Go-Betweens, The …

SAN FRAN’S Sic Alps, living guitar legends, were one of those bands which, with the amount of the talent in its ranks, could only burn bright and, like an unstable isotope, emit members to spin off into other musical pursuits, eventually to transform itself in a musical half-life. Tim Hellman went into the ranks of …

Bones Shake are a scuzzed out, fuzz enthused garage rock trio formed in 2011 in Manchester’s underground  They play everything to the extreme; violent bottle-neck blues riffs, drums kicked, pounded and exploited and squeals of reverb drenched vocals which when combined, will help save your soul. They have released 4 EPs and 3 LPs to …

Cool Ghouls, a band fledged in San Francisco on house shows, minimum wage jobs, BBQ’s in Golden Gate Park and the romance of a city’s psychedelic history turns 10 this year. What better a decennial celebration than the release of their fourth album, At George’s Zoo. The journey so far: the teenage friendship of complimentary …

POSSIBLY the absolute best live band in the world right now and for quite a while, John Dwyer’s Osees are determined we don’t go through our second pandemic spring without a prescription of garage rock fire, to be taken aurally. They’ve announced another Levitation Session for April 10th – if you caught either their Christmas …

You thought every stone had been overturned in the quest for any last garage-punk nuggets of note? You’d be wrong. Get your white drainpipes and chelsea boots on for this cracking Zambian garage album from the early Seventies

Canadian garage-rock record and release a new record in a pandemic year, while signing with Sub Pop

STEPHEN LAWRIE’S The Telescopes are old hands at this beautifully dirty, scuzzy psych-rock game – but don’t think for a second that means they’ve lost an ounce of potency, as illustrated by their forthcoming album Songs Of Love And Revolution, out at the beginning of February. You would be so wrong, so wrong. The band …

PEEL hail from Sydney and make inter-dimensional guitar music; they create sonic architecture built from elements of shoegaze, post-punk and psychedelia and have come out of the gates with all engines firing. ‘Memory Loop’ is their first single and offers a raw and potent four minutes of hypnotic, fuzzed-out pop. The keen eye may recognise PEEL members from Third …