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Tuesday, March 31, 2015


"Recorded in 1965 by Detroit's famous Cage a Go-Go night spot, this is listed on the back cover as a compilation. However, many of these tracks are unavailable anywhere else. They were not recorded live at the club, but the club apparently paid to have several of their regulars record some of their best known and most popular tracks for this sampler. Due to its recording date, much of this has a very early sound in the garage vein." [Tymeshifter]

DAMN, What's this!? A '65 Psychedelic slab? Noooo. This is actually an early garage compilation featuring Detroit garage bands Oxford Five, Lourds, Individuals and The Fugitives, doing some real fine Garage/Folk tunes and covers. This stuff is RARE as heck and COOL as fu*k, so don't you dare miss it. Hide The Sausage, Dig!!!

Monday, March 30, 2015


 Here are two slices of 60's teen garage dementia

"Hard as it may be to believe, there apparently were at least three bands in the 1960's known by the name Mogen David & The Grapes of Wrath. There was a band using that moniker in the Detroit area; another from Barrington, Illinois; and one from Kokomo, Indiana. The Kokomo group is the band most commonly associated with the name, as they are the band that laid down the killer single Little Girl Gone and Don't Want You No More on the Cha Cha label."

The Bedlam Four were from Minneapolis and became famed for their '67 single "Hydrogen Atom", a garage/psych tune you are familiar with as it was landed on numerous comps as ''Mayhem and Psychosis'', ''Sixties Rebellion'', ''Quagmire'' etc. This here are their unreleased '67 recordings.

Saturday, March 28, 2015

LORDS OF GRAVITY - The Curse Of Icarus [2012]

Lords Of Gravity are Australia’s Premier Garage-Punk outfit!!! Hailing from Melbourne Australia, the four-piece outfit deliver the finest example of 1960’s pop-punk and surf influenced rock’n’roll! Including members of The Stoneage Hearts, The Crusaders, Hands Of Time, The Finkers, The Seminal Rats, The Philisteins etc. The list is long!!! Wearing their influences proudly these guys sure deliver the goods from snarling Farfisa driven organ R&B grind to classic tones of 60’s power pop jangling from the strings of their Vox guitars. 
Rumble Skunk Records proudly presents their debut LP titled “The Curse Of Icarus”!!! This piece of wax comes in a limited edition of a couple hundred-vinyl copies (including a cool insert, with liner notes written by Per Bystrom – Aarght! Rec.), and soon to be a real classic of the garage punk genre!!! Overall, you’ll get the picture, and you’ll what you deserve: Lotsa cool fuzzed out Vox originals such as “Outcast”, “Lose My Mind”, “Where You Gonna Run”, “No Sunshine”, “Make Up Your Mind”, “Cheating Kind”, three incredible fuzz to the max dynamites like “Funnel Web”, “Pirate Lies” and “Honey”, a snotty number called “Danger Girl” (written by The Saucermen), a danceable-fuzzed-monster titled “Money”, plus fab 60’s Aussie covers of Master Apprentices’ “Poor Boy”, “Claudette Jones” (Peter And The Silhouettes), and The Atlantics’ garage-masterpiece “Come On”!!! A band and a record not to be missed!!! Be sure to pick up your copy and have fun!

Real COOL Fuzzed-Out OZ Garage Punk. A MUST! Dig!!!

Friday, March 27, 2015

MILTON DELUGG / THE VAMPIRES - At The Monster Ball / Music For Monsters, Mummies And Other Tv Fiends [1964]

Two 60's novelty/lounge/horror slabs by arranger, and composer, Milton Delugg, best-remembered for score of the cult kiddie movie, ''Santa Claus Conquers the Martians'' and his bandleading on Chuck Barris' notorious game show, "The Gong Show."

''At The Monster Ball'' [as THE VAMPIRES] is in the R&B/Surf/Lounge instro style with funny horror dialogues [similar to Frankie Stein & His Ghouls], while ''Music For Monsters...'' is more in Lounge/Jazz/Film score mode.

Calling all Munsters... Dig!!!

Tuesday, March 24, 2015


Collaboration between Boston Garage/R&B shouter Barrence Whitfield & Basque singer/songwriter Petti. Interesting mix of hard rockin' Rhythm & Blues and country/folk rock tunes, some sung by Petti in Spanish, Basque dialect.

"The result of the meeting is a record with many “*”s, all that you can imagine. Barrence shows a preference for five covers which are thought for Petti to play as comfortable as if he was at home. Steve Wynn´s “Kerosene Man” sounds as a new song, just like  Dennis Brennan´s “Sugar Falls”. He is more respectful in Tom Russell´s country classic “Veteran"s Day”, but not with The Bottle Rockets´ “Thousand Dollar Car”. And in “No Reason”, he shows how good Treat Her Right, the formation from which arose Morphine, were. Petti corresponds with five compositions to share: “Bat ez bada bertze” to start the machine; a genuine blues near to Hound Dog Taylor style called “Ehiza”, that burns; “Solasaldia”, a song from the border continues the celebration, until the moment when they sing together “Min Ixila” or make the guitars explode in “The Lonesome Cowboy”.

Monday, March 23, 2015

TOUGHER THAN STAINS [Killer 60's US Garage]

There are way too many garage comps these days [many of them pretty lame & boring], BUT! this here is a real deal, a real KILLER! This '95 garage collection reminds me on some of the best parts of ''Back From The Grave'' series. Non stop 60's Punk & sloppy teen garage rockin' action. As Sounds Unlimited said, it's a COOL ONE! Dig!!!

Sunday, March 22, 2015


"Attracted to the British music scene of the time, Fabienne moved to London in 1996, almost immediately joining the Bristols, a then studio project consisting of Liam Watson and Ed Deegan, two producer-engineers at Toerag Studios.

Fabienne had never really sung before but after Liam’s proposition for an audition and knowing that his taste in music was so perfectly matching hers, she was determined to give it a go. The first single ‘Questions I Can’t Answer’ was recorded in a couple of hours, the first vocal take being used on the record that came out the same year on a Damaged Goods 7”. The Bristols were by then willing to make the most of it and in order to play live and tour decided to form a full line up, including members of the Headcoats, Kaisers and Cee Bee Beaumont.

After two albums, a few singles and several tours of Europe, the Bristols came to an end when Fabienne was unable to find a suitable new bass player to replace the original one. Eager to carry on singing, Fabienne went solo, getting backing from various musicians but with no fixed line up."

Whoa! Whatta post! More girl voiced rockin' sounds in this REAL COOL 60's influenced Garage-Pop project, Fabienne Delsol & Liam Watson’s garage supergroup featuring amongst it’s ranks Bruce Brand (Milkshakes/Headcoats) Owen Thomas (Graham Coxon Band/Cee Bee Beaumont) Parsley (The Adventures of Parsley/Dutronc/Dee Rangers).
Influenced by 60's Garage/Freakbeat as well as Girl Groups, French Ye Ye Pop and stuff, THE BRISTOLS made perfect retro beat sounds for 21st century.

If you dig stuff like Delmonas ,April March or Ludella Black, well crafted 60's garage pop rock with a bit of psychedelia, you mustn't miss this 'cause... it's even better. This is the best stuff I discovered lately. THIS IS A MUST!!!

Friday, March 20, 2015


"Daughter Told Her Mommy, I Wanna Be A Headcoat Girl"

"Formed in 1991, in Kent, as a backing band for Billy Childish's band The Headcoats, The Headcoatees soon began releasing material of their own. Featuring Holly Golightly, Ludella Black, Kyra LaRubia and Debbie Green, the all girl outfit were active throughout the 90's, industriously releasing a plethora of albums and singles."

Straight from [whose else but] the Billy Childish kitchen came thee best girl garage punk band in the world. Surfadelic is pleased to finaly give a treat to Thee Headcoatees LP discography. From their '91. debut slab "Girlsville" to the real cool '99 singles collection "The Sisters Of Suave", you gotta dance, dance, dance to the raw beat of these legendary ''Headcoat'' PUNK GIRLS!!! 
Their sexy & funny treat of classic Headcoats tunes as well as covers of Bo Diddley, Jimmy Reed, 60's garage/freakbeat, Sonics, Shadows Of Knight, Troggs, Beatles, Ramones, Undertones, Plastic Bertrand and stuff gonna have you on yer knees.
With one of the most ridiculous 45's titles ''We Got 7 Inches, But We Wanted Twelve!'' and cover of Billy's tune turned into all-out, full blown fellatio anthem ''Cum Into My Mouth'' you know, they're more than just another girl group. Welcome to the Girlsville!

"Treat Yourself With Respect, Be A Headcoat Girl"

Thursday, March 19, 2015

HELL'S BELLES - Motion Picture Sountrack [1969]

OH YEAH! A real GROOVIE score by LES BAXTER, king of Exotica/Lounge/Easy Listening, this time in a Funky biker rhythm mood. There's some groovie fuzz guitar sounds too! Solid biker movie with beautiful Jocelyn Lane as Cathy, a leather mini-skirt rider. What is interesting, they use some Davie Allan score themes from other "American International" biker flicks in this movie trailer. Check it out!


"You recognize those bikes? 
They are just like men, all the same".

Wednesday, March 18, 2015

THE PRIMEVALS - On The Red Eye [1984-2000]

Garage Punk band from Glasgow, Scotland founded in '83. Their slide guitar blues punk style remind much on The GUN CLUB but with Scottish kink. This collection gathers their best stuff from 80's as well as some unreleased tunes. It's a Primeval call, Dig!

Tracks 1-1 to 1-11 from Primevals, The - Sound Hole  LP [1986]
Tracks 1-12, 1-13 from Primevals, The - Elixir Of Life  7''[1986]
Tracks 1-14 to 1-19 from Primevals, The - Eternal Hotfire LP [1984]
Tracks 1-10, 1-21 from Primevals, The - Living In Hell  7''[1985]
Tracks 2-1 to 2-12 from Primevals, The - Live A Little  LP [1987]
Track 2-13 from compilation Various - Play New Rose For Me  [1986]
Tracks 2-14 to 2-15 from Primevals, The - Heya  7''[1987]
Track 2-16 is on the tribute to Captain Beefheart Various - Fast 'N' Bulbous  [1988]
Tracks 17 to 2-20 previously unreleased, recorded in Cava Studio, Glasgow 27/2/2000

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