Para Lia – ‘The Man Who Went Away’

  Para Lia comprises German multi-instrumentalist, René Methner and his wife Cindy, who provides backing vocals. The pair come from Cottbus, in North-East Germany,…

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HERE COMES SICKNESS – Mudhoney Bring Their 30th Anniversary Tour To London’s Camden Electric Ballroom

A little over a decade after punk kicked over the traces with its back to basics approach, a gaggle of lumberjack-shirted miscreants from Seattle picked up the baton and ran with it.
Reared on diet of hardcore, MC5 and The Stooges, Mudhoney were at the vanguard of the grunge revolution and their debut mini-album Superfuzz Bigmuff remains a defining document of the times.

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MONSTER MASH – Jon Spencer and The Melvins Haunt The Camden KOKO Over Halloween

The suitably vampiric surroundings of Camden’s KOKO provides the perfect ambience for a diabolical double header, with Jon Spencer and The Melvins ghosting in for Halloween. Up…

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CUM ON FEEL THE NOIZE – Axeman Jon Spencer Returns With Bone Rattling Debut Solo Album

Like all the best guitarists Jon Spencer’s signature sound is instantly recognisable. Whether it be Pussy Galore, Boss Hog, Heavy Trash or the Blues Explosion, the…

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Calamity the Kid – ‘American Muscle’

Los Angeles trio Calamity The Kid seamlessly blend 90s garage rock with modern indie, on their intoxicating new single, ‘American Muscle’.

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Cardboard Hit – ‘Say Yes’ & ‘All The Voices’

Garage rock three piece Cardboard Hit, release a pair of singles ‘All The Voices’ and ‘Say Yes’, featuring hard pounding, riff heavy, rhythmic rock tunes that are raw and stripped down to their bare essentials.

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High Tiny Hairs EP

High Tiny Hairs prepare to launch their debut self-titled EP, featuring six great songs of 60’s style pop garage rock meets 80’s quirky punk, to be released on Sir Gregory Records, August 24th 2015.

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