Rev offers a set of folk/hillbilly, a bit of a surprise from this Ohio underground legend, but it’s no surprise that this is an enjoyable set.
Eight Track Publishing
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Tic Tac Totally Records 027
Muzz and the gang from Puddletown, Oregon make a sound like some heavy music recorded in a basement in 1972, like some lost low-fi gem from the acid-rock era. 10 more words
Oops Baby Records 010
Sounding like they’re taking cues from the 60s (from the Beach Boys to the Good Rats) and Detroit through the ages (from Brownsville to the Dirtbombs). Recommended 21st century rock.
Tic Tac Totally Records 053
Texas rocks, rock & roll, garage hard rock, influences perhaps Stones, AC/DC and Texas. Another recommended set.
Tic Tac Totally Records
Another noteworthy set of ROCK & roll from this Texas outfit.
Let’s Pretend Records 069
Chugging along with the shang-a-lang bounce of the Ramones…Cheap Trick…the Monkeys…dropped into an acid batch fuzz of VU…Verlaine…Greg Sage…noteworthy 21st century garage.
Salinas Records (Detroit)
UK anarcho pop, self-described straight-edge, which makes sense, not because this has a HC SE sound, but rather because it has a refreshing bright-eyed non-stoner clarity. 8 more words