Hailing from Melbourne Zenith Moon bring a retro and classic rock fusion that draws in the best influences from that glory era, delivering raunchy female fronted rock that harks the sound of European counterparts Blues Pills, Pristine and Forever Still. Their first single, ‚Going Under‘, out now through Golden Robot Records, is a groove laden,... Continue Reading →
„No drum kit, no Hammond and no guitar amps”: Dutch rockers DeWolff announce their next album entitled ‚Tascam Tapes’. Release date is January 10th, 2020 and the album comes through Mascot Label Group. An interesting album trailer can be watched HERE also explaining the „No drum kit, no Hammond and no guitar amps” statement.
(9/10) Pottsville, Pennsylvania is the homebase of Retro rockers Crobot, a band that started in 2011. Crobot is the brainchild of Brandon Yeagley and Chris Bishop with Dan Ryan and James Lascu completing the current line-up. So far the band has released three longplayers and 'Motherbrain' adds a fourth chapter to the books. The new... Continue Reading →
Fans of Hard- and Heavy Rock can look forward to August with full excitement. US rockers Crobot have their new album in the making and it’s August 23rd when the rubber will hit the road. Their forth longplayer is entitled ‘Motherbrain’ and it’s Crobot’s first release that comes via Mascot Label Group. With ‘Keep Me... Continue Reading →
(8/10) Jack Slamer, that's not a dude, that's a band comprising of Florian Ganz, Cyrill Vollenweider, Marco Hostettler, Hendrik Ruhwinkel and Adrian Böckli. The quintet calls Winterthur in Switzerland their homebase and it was in th year 2006 when the base for this powerhouse was laid. 'Noise from the Neighbourhood' was the title of the... Continue Reading →
(8/10) If there would be an award for ‘Most live shows in one year’ I guess vintage rockers Earthless would be a more than a nominee. The guys have toured extensively in 2018 and what is more obvious than arranging some recording equipment and tape a show. The moment this idea turned into reality was... Continue Reading →