Trouble in Mind presents the brand new album from OLDEN YOLK, a 4-piece based in New York City. Ten lush tracks fill their eponymous debut, clocking in for nearly 40 minutes of clean and colorful rock and roll that fits best into your Sunday morning routine.
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NAVY GANGS is a four (maybe three?) piece garage band based somewhere in Brooklyn, NY. Modern Sky Entertainment dropped their debut 7″ EP late in 2016. It’s chock full of invigorating guitar licks, slathered carefully over a generally greasy complexion that will quickly burn out the motor on your turntable from repeated record flipping.
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I can’t think of a better way to get things rolling here again. Heaven & Hell Records in North Carolina just unleashed the first true reissue of WHITE BOY & THE AVERAGE RAT BAND since 1980. This self-titled sludge bomb has likely become the holy grail of titles for many record collectors, but this new pressing makes it accessible to a whole new generation who loves blowing their eardrums out in the name of ripping, metal-influenced guitar hookage. Continue reading “White Boy & the Average Rat Band – s/t LP”
You can stop waiting, for THE RAW NERVES have returned with their long-awaited sophomore record. More Nerves is their second LP on 1:12 Records in New Zealand, coming with 15 more tracks about love, depression, straight-up hooliganism, and then some.
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Secret Mission Records in Pittsburgh and Mangrove Records in Japan have joined forces to release the first 7″ from the raging Japanese punk trio CAR CRASH. Continue reading “Car Crash – Execution 7″”
Our friends at Howlin’ Banana Records specialize in fuzz-fueled rock from all across Europe. Their next release is Mount Break, a cassette from one-man band WILD RACCOON from Lille, France.
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State Records just issued a brand new pair of monster singles – the first is from THE BARON FOUR, a garage quintet from the UK, although they claim the whole world to be their hometown.
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