‘Mimosa Hygiene’ By The Criticals Will Take You From The 60s To The Present Day Without You Even Leaving Your House

Nashville based rock band The Criticals were formed in 2018 by Parker Forbes and Cole Shugart. Their music and live performances are noted for their high energy, and when you realise they get their inspiration from the likes of The Stone Roses, Janes Addiction, The Doors, The Rolling Stones, The Strokes, and The Libertines, you get maybe an inkling of what they sound like.

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MONO CLUB RELEASE DEBUT ALBUM – ‘SKY HIGH & SUBMARINE’

London six-piece band Mono Club will release their debut album ‘Sky High And Submarine’ on 30 March, through LGM Records.

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MERRY PRANKSTER – BJM’S JOEL GION HERALDS SECOND SOLO ALBUM WITH TOMORROW SINGLE

Brian Jonestown Massacre tambourine man Joel Gion is back with a new single, Tomorrow ahead of the follow-up to his well-received solo debut album Apple Bonkers.

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Liverpool-Based Bad Mood Release Second Single ‘Grungeblues’

Liverpool-based band Bad Mood will release their second single, ‘Grungeblues’ on 4th November.

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The Blue Lenas Give Us Some Funky Rock’n’Roll With New EP

Named after Keith Richards’ Bentley, Glasgow three piece, The Blue Lenas, bring back the 60s with their blend of funk, rock’n’roll, and psychedelia.

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The Essential Weekly Playlist of: Sean Hocking

Based in Hong Kong, Sean Hocking is the founder and owner of Metal Postcard Records. An avid listener of John Peel from the late 1970s onwards, Sean discovered, between the hours of 10pm and midnight, when Peel’s show was aired, the true breadth of music available. We asked Sean to narrow down his top 10 “can’t live without” tracks.

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Introducing: Smokey Taboo

London four piece Smokey Taboo are a rock’n’roll band seeking to bring together music, art and love.

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Mr. Elevator & the Brain Hotel – Nico & Her Psychedelic Subconscious

Mr. Elevator & the Brain Hotel’s newest album, ‘Nico & Her Psychedelic Subconscious’ (2013), has a sound that definitely lives up to its name, and will not disappoint if you are looking for that vintage psychedelic rock sound.

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