Tagged: Garage Rock

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LATTE+ – ‘Stitches’.

LATTE+ – Empoli, Italy. For our previous work on the band – Click Here. One thing I came to find with LATTE+ is their incredulous emulation of the Ramones. They know, we know, every Tom, Dick and Punk Rocker knows its been done before. The band are well aware, well aware of...

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The Franklys and The Forthcoming ‘Are You Listening?’

The Franklys – London, England, United Kingdom. Cover photo credit – Derek Bremner. A new generation of Garage Rock brought to us by Indie rockers The Franklys. London based and spanning origins from around the UK and distant Sweden, the band re-inventing the Garage sound of the mid 00’s with heavy...

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Tinnedfruit – ‘Sorry Guys’.

Tinnedfruit – Falmouth, England, United Kingdom. Cover photo credit: Jtaylorphotoblog – Click Here. For our previous work on the band – Click Here. Tinnedfruit are a band that live in a tin can. The purpose of a tinned can is to keep said produce or in this case, occupants, fresh...

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Fresh Picks: The Scutches.

The Scutches – Long Island, NewYork, USA. The Scutches are very much underground veterans hailing from Long Island, New York. 2017 has been somewhat of a reawakening for the band in many respects, as although it’s now been three years since they have released studio material, the band have now...

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BRUCE – ‘My Latest Popstar Crush’.

BRUCE – Aarschot, Belgium. Cover photo credit: Marc Bauwens. Garage Punk, a genre that is both far more common than many are aware and a genre that is by far one of the most simplistically entertaining from the now broad and diverse Punk-Rock spectrum. Belgium has a vibrant music scene...

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Capital Youth – ‘Lemonade’.

Capital Youth – Geneva, Switzerland. Garage Rock and Garage Punk are styles of music you don’t hear too much said about in todays contemporary mainstream and underground scenes. The bands exist, quite obviously so but are often lost on the ears of those who simply dismiss it as loud, abrasive,...

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Hanzo – The Debut Self-Titled.

Hanzo – Rugby, England, United Kingdom. Hanzo’s self titled EP fell into my lap, presented to me as a Garage Rock trio that dishes out sounds drawn in from Rocka, Psycho, and other various billies as well as Surf Rock. Straight from the cover of their self-titled, you’re assaulted with...

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Horrible – ‘But Is It Even Music, Really?’ In Review.

Horrible – Chicago, Illinois, USA. ‘Two songs about wars, two songs about sleazy youth, two songs from a plot about aliens made of sound coming to earth.’ Horrible are the Chicago answer to the nostalgic raucous bliss of the 80’s Indie Rock circuit. Hard rocking, melodic and undeniably chaotically beautiful,...