Tagged: Garage Rock

Ben Diesel and The ‘We’ve Always Partied’ EP.

Ben Diesel – St. Louis, Missouri, USA. ‘Remember when Pop-Punk was fun? Ben Diesel remembers.’ This was one of those reviews where I hadn’t the foggiest of ideas what I would behold. Once I had beheld the EP in question, I found myself completely dumfounded. Sounding like a combination of...

Fight For Friday and The ‘Neighbourhood Watch’ Single.

Fight For Friday – Barrow In Furness, England, United Kingdom. The Northwest of England is home to a Pop-Punk band by the name of Fight For Friday. Now, although the band are a strong example and relevantly-sounded band in the contemporary UK Pop-Punk scene, they have their fingers more than one stylistic...

Papertank and The Debut ‘Playground’.

Papertank – La Chaux De Fonds, Switzerland. Switzerland three-piece Papertank recently released their debut album on Division Records and what an album it indeed is. The band consist of a drum-kit, a bass guitar and a voice-box and via this create a groove-laden mix of Punk, Garage Rock and Stoner Rock...

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...

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...

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...