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Listen: Demob Happy - Succubus

Listen to Brighton garage rock band Demob Happy’s new track ‘Succubus’.

The song is a dirty, grubby one complete with fuzzy bass lines and surprisingly funky drums. 37 more words

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Purling Hiss' Mike Polizze: Always Changing

By his own admission, Mike Polizze didn’t start Purling Hiss with any grand scheme in mind. Armed with little more than a bevy of loud ideas and a four-track recorder, early Purling Hiss records were the definition of an experiment, so much so that Polizze wasn’t even sure if he wanted to release them beyond the confines of his bedroom. 1,211 more words

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Julian Casablancas + The Voidz - "Tyranny" - ALBUM REVIEW

Julian Casablancas + The Voidz “Tyranny”

It wasn’t supposed to be like this. Julian Casablancas was supposed to just be one of those musicians who just faded away after a while. 584 more words


Album Review: The Growlers - Chinese Fountain

The Growlers are fundamentally anti-pop. For one, Brooks Nielsen’s listless, drunken drawl reflects the doldrums of modern life; it’s as if he’s a sage for the dirty, psychedelic, perpetually broke garage rock kids that like to keep things “ghetto.” It’s not for everyone. 905 more words

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Hundred Visions share new song "You're Gonna Cut Me Loose" — listen

Texas garage punk outfit Hundred Visions are prepping to release their sophomore album, Spite, on October 28th via Pau Wau. Earlier this year, they let loose their defiant single,  145 more words

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One Side Wonders #19: A.J. and The Savages - Long Long Time

A.J. and The Savages are another of those bands about which very little is known, apart from that they hailed from Chicago, Illinois and released one single in March 1967 on the Delaware label (also home to The Delights’ excellent ‘Long Green / Find Me a Woman’ 45 from 1965). 89 more words

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