Gimme Danger

Before The Offspring and Rancid, before The Sex Pistols and The Damned, before The Ramones and The New York Dolls one band stood out as a link from the garage rock of the mid-1960s to the supposed nihilistic shock of punk. A quartet of misfits from Ann Arbour, Michigan now in many ways more famed... Continue Reading →

Thee Jenerators – The Devil’s Chords

After a long wait and a couple of line up changes Guernsey's garage-rock godfathers, Thee Jenerators, are back on record with new full-length album The Devil's Chords. In typically contrary style the record was released digitally with little fanfare in the summer, ahead of their appearance at the Vale Earth Fair, before a fully fledged vinyl... Continue Reading →

The Surfin’ Birds – Self-Titled

Hailing from Weymouth (seemingly by way of Detroit) The Surfin’ Birds self-titled debut LP runs the gamut of retro rock ‘n’ roll over 11 tracks. The trio have been plying their trade on the live circuit for a few years and have a few EPs under their belt all of which has very much culminated... Continue Reading →

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