Tagged: Rock n’ Roll

Donkey Island Penitentiary – ‘Exile On 4th Street’.

Donkey Island Penitentiary – Los Angeles, California, USA. Escaped convicts of Donkey Island Penitentiary are creeping through the underground of the LA Punk scene. Armed with guitars and harmonicas, the Country-Blues-Punk criminals have recently released their debut EP Exile On 4th Street and if their name didn’t grip you enough, the...

BROCKER – The ‘Gimmie Gimmie Rock n’ Roll’ Single and B-Side ‘Incontrolable’ .

BROCKER – St. Albans, England, United Kingdom. Photo credit: Sarah Lockwood Photography – Click Here. Earlier this year the St. Albans based BROCKER released the aptly titled ‘Gimme Gimmie Some Rock n’ Roll’ along with b-side ‘Incontrolable’, boasting another slice of their melodic Punk-Rock and charged classic Rock n’ Roll, their...

Heart Attack Kids – ‘No Future’.

Heart Attack Kids – London, Ontario, Canada. Cover photo credit: Berry Photograph – Click Here. Photo credit (above): Shawn Chipper. For our previous work on the band – Click Here. We first came across Heart Attack Kids back in March of this year and to be ever so blunt, were...

Trashed Ambulance – ‘Blurry Thoughts’ In Review.

Trashed Ambulance – Red Dear, Alberta, Canada. Punk music is going through something of a resurgence across it’s broad spectrum. The genre’s original trailblazers are still revered and rightly so, but what we are seeing now is huge boost in the scene’s output, sitting closer to the late 80’s and 90’s...

Slap Betty – ‘Nothing Out Of Nothing’ In Review.

Slap Betty – Kemi, Finland. (Above) Photo credit – P.Maronen of Outlines.fi – Click Here. Cover Photo credit – Esa Ylijaasko of VII Mentor program. We’ve got some good ol’ fashioned, honest Rock n’ Roll making waves across from the far reaches of Europe in Kemi, Finland, with Slap Betty....

Electric Fox – ‘Run Around’ Single Review.

Electric Fox – Bristol, England, United Kingdom. ‘Run Around’ by Bristol, England based Electric Fox immediately struck me with a danceable, catchy drum beat and a tastefully fuzzy bass thaelet built into the frame, to then be filled in by twangy Surf Rock riffs and crooned vocals that tell me...