Mono-Tone Records in France has seemingly done the impossible and rounded up a proper full-length collection documenting Memphis’ legendary all-female punk quartet, THE KLITZ, with Rocking the Memphis Underground 1978-1980. Formed sometime around 1978, the band was initially comprised of Gail Elise Clifton (vocals), Lesa Aldridge (guitar), Marcia Clifton (drums), and Amy Gassner, who was later recruited to play bass.
ZEBRASSIERES just dropped their debut LP I Am a Human on P. Trash Records in Germany. Led by Andrew Payne after relocating from Ottawa to Toronto, the backing band includes the entire Ketamines lineup. Continue reading “Zebrassieres – I Am a Human”
Hailing from Milan, Italy, THE SENSIBLES will bust down your door with a sweeping power-pop punch. The self-titled EP was released by the band itself in just a short run of 300 copies. Continue reading “The Sensibles – s/t 7″ EP”
Milwaukee glam-poppers RAMMA LAMMA are back with their brand new 7″ on Goodbye Boozy. The husband and wife duo of Wendy Norton and Ryan King only continue to churn out more records. Continue reading “Ramma Lamma – Little Runaway 7″”
Here’s another from Fin Records out in Seattle and this time it’s the energetic five piece band STAG who also hail from Seattle. Unlike the last couple of singles we’ve covered from Fin, this one hits much harder. Continue reading “Stag – Don’t Lead With Your Heart 7″”
For their fifth official release, Shit Music for Shit People looked towards the caffeinated power pop of Italian garage rockers LOVE BOAT. This trio originated in Sardinia back in 2006, surrounded by countless friends and endless supplies of beer at their bathroom shows, and this is where they ended up. Continue reading “Love Boat – Sliding Deck 7″”
Here’s a little something I would have loved to get my hands on sooner. It’s the debut release from Nashville natives HEAVY CREAM, coming from the Infinity Cat label, and they’re making quite a statement. Continue reading “Heavy Cream – Danny”