Track Not Found’s The Only Way is Lost is a burst of sonic napalm that scorches everything in its path. Hailing from Guernsey, England, this fresh, ass-kicking trio plays with the wrath and confidence of a band that has been on the scene four times as long. TNF’s EP might be short, but it sureContinue reading “Track Not Found – The Only Way is Lost [Grunge/Riot Grrrl/Punk/Metal]”
German acid-blues rockers, Pretty Lightning absolutely slay on their latest full-length release, The Rhythm of Ooze. Released digitally, on vinyl and CD by the great folks over at Fuzz Club Records, Ooze kicks like some sort of killer late-60’s Howlin’ Wolf/Black Angels/Dungen hybrid. Totally thick with thudding drums, scuzzy bluez riffs and wild psychedelic flourishes,Continue reading “Pretty Lightning- The Rhythm of Ooze [Psychedelic Rock/Acid-Blues Rock]”
I recently reviewed the latest album by The Coathangers for Thewaster.com. Check it out right here!
You’re Smiling Now But We’ll All Turn Into Demons Population IV Cardinal Fuzz (2015) With roasting guitars, exploding drums and an overall sound that is so fried, it’s crispy, You’re Smiling Now But We’ll All Turn Into Demons are back with their glorious blend of ground-shaking garage jamming and acid-drenched metallic rock outs. I wasContinue reading “You’re Smiling Now But We’ll All Turn Into Demons- Population IV”
The Rizzos are an awesome new garage fuzzy punky trio out from Brooklyn and you need to hear them. The drumming is a true force of nature, the guitar buzzes with phosphorescent life while the bass neatly ties them together with the force that hasn’t been seen since Entwistle. On top of that, the vocalsContinue reading “Check This Band Out”
Yep, I got to interview the mastermind behind Miracle Legion, Polaris (who did the soundtrack to The Adventures of Pete and Pete) and of course the solo albums of Mark Mulcahy (obviously). Anyways, it’s on The Waster and can be read here: http://www.thewaster.com/interview/an-interview-with-mark-mulcahy/ Mark was an absolute joy to talk to. He was real downContinue reading “Read my interview with Mark Mulcahy!”
It’s a rare treat to get to witness a group of very talented artists get together and really begin their path toward legendary-status. That is exactly what one does while checking out Manchester’s Black Sonic Revolver right now. Black Sonic Revolver is the brainchild of mastermind and overall-great guy, Leon James Kenny. While Kenny isContinue reading “Black Sonic Revolver Interview”