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Song of the day: 5 July 2015

In 1963, the Trashmen joined the surf rock hype. During a tour, they played two songs from the Rivingtons, as the songs were quite similar. The medley was recorded in Minneapolis, where they came from, and helped by a local DJ, who had send the song to several song contests. 47 more words

Song Of The Day

Top 10 Songs of the Week (7/3)

When the debate over Song of the Summer really starts to kick up, people tend to focus on the tracks with massive pop hooks, bright colors, and sunny dispositions. 1,405 more words

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The Surfs Up and the Hot Rods are hot again, Da Kingz are back


For Immediate Release / Interviews Available

Kats n Chicks know nothing is better than the soothing sounds of cool music taming the savage soul, putting you in a space of mind, a place exotic away from the daily grind of the world. 205 more words


La Luz shares new single "Don't Wanna Be Anywhere" -- listen

Photo ​by Eric Tra

Seattle’s own La Luz have shared a second track off their Ty Segall-produced sophomore LP, Weirdo Shrine. Though still rolling with the surf vibes of lead single… 264 more words

New Music

Album Review: Daddy Issues, "Double Loser" EP

Daddy Issues Double Loser EP
(Self Release – February 14, 2015)
(Alternative-Pop, Garage Rock)
Review by Rob Bockman

Greensboro quartet Daddy Issues released their first EP, … 428 more words


The Raveonettes - Attack of the Ghost Riders

Attack of the Killer Track! is a series that explores tracks from artists from a variety of genres. Some of the tracks were singles, some of them were obscure b-sides or long forgotten album tracks. 214 more words

Attack Of The Killer Track!

Talking with Surf Dads.

Surf Dads is a Garage/Surf rock band signed to Split Tape Records.  They are based between Regina, Saskatchewan and LA.  We caught up with members Chris Dimas and Gage McGuire over Facebook about their three Ep’s and upcoming Western Canadian tour. 1,146 more words