Powersnap – Delatency

PowerSnap is a fresh new garage punk group out of NYC, and their debut EP is filled with the humor, honesty and irreverence (they use a goddamn tin whistle, and it somehow works!!) that absolutely makes them stand out from the rest of their motley DIY brethren. The EP kicks off with the smoldering “Chemistry,” whichContinue reading “Powersnap – Delatency”

The Royal They – Foreign Being [Garage Rock/Punk Rock/Indie Rock]

The Royal They, a totally stunning punk garage outfit, recently released what may be one of the hardest rocking albums to have come out of Brooklyn for some time. Put out on cassette by our good friends over at King Pizza Records, Foreign Being packs quite a punch. The album features snarling, aggressive guitar andContinue reading “The Royal They – Foreign Being [Garage Rock/Punk Rock/Indie Rock]”

The Dukes of Surl- Ham Radio

The Dukes of Sure – Ham Radio Recorded inside a weathered, old mill in the city of Passaic, New Jersey, Ham Radio by The Duke of Surl is without a doubt, one of the most fun garage power-pop albums you will encounter this year. Currently residing in Milan, Italy, The Duke of Surl (A.K.A. WillContinue reading “The Dukes of Surl- Ham Radio”

Pizzafest 4

(Speaking of festivals…) Hey music fans, as you may have noticed, many of my recent reviews have been for bands on King Pizza Records. If you liked what you read/heard from those posts and happen to be in Brooklyn between the 23rd ad 24th, you should check out the label’s annual festival, Pizzafest. Held atContinue reading “Pizzafest 4”

Ghost Funk Orchestra- Night Walker and Death Waltz

Ghost Funk Orchestra is the brainchild of the NJ/NYC native Seth Applebaum, a highly skilled craftsman of finely constructed, wholly unique music. Ghost Funk Orchestra’s compositions are nothing short of genre defying and impossible to pin down. As soon as you start to get a sense of where one of his albums might be going,Continue reading “Ghost Funk Orchestra- Night Walker and Death Waltz”

Thee Creeps- Grave Pop

Thee Creeps – Grave Pop Back in March of this year, King Pizza records unleashed a cassette filled with some of the noisiest, catchiest garage-punk grime this side of Black Lips, by NYC/NJ natives, Thee Creeps. The album opens with a total cataclysmic rocker that rips at a skyrocketing pace with fuzz guitars and crashingContinue reading “Thee Creeps- Grave Pop”