All posts tagged: garage

Toddla T’s Steezey Wonderland at Oval Space, December 9th, London

On Saturday 9th December Toddla T & his Special Guests take over Oval Space for Steezey Wonderland! The skies are grey, the wind cuts right through you and the car needs defrosting in the morning – winter in the UK can be bleak! Steezey Wonderland is an injection of heat and colour at a time of year we need it most. While everybody else is getting festive and wrapping-up warm, we’re all about sound system vibes and culture, and you can expect the full spectrum of dancehall, reggae, house, garage & grime!

Bee Bee Sea Rock Out with Their Garage-Driving Track ‘D.I. Why Why Why’

Bee Bee Sea are one of those gems of groups in Italy pushing incredible psychedelic and garage rock at its finest. Prepping for the release of their second LP ‘Sonic Boomerang’, landing November 17th on Dirty Water Records USA / Wild Honey Records, the trio have unveiled their latest single called ‘D.I. Why Why Why’. An energetic and lively ride tapping into punk classicism, Bee Bee Sea have yet again given us something to get us overly charged to. Habe a listen.

Stream Gaffa Tape Sandy’s ‘Beehive’

Hailing from Bury St Edmunds, Gaffa Tape Sandy made their entry into the music scene with their single pack ‘Smart Dressed Guy’ back in early 2016. Following up with their ‘Spring Killing’ EP, the band make their return with a bold and in-your-face slapping of garage meets alternative with an uncanny punk attitude. With the production handled by George Perks, ‘Beehive’ is currently out now on Antigen Records. Have a listen.

Jennie Vee Shares Her New Single ‘Hospital Bed’

Bassist Jennie Vee spends her time navigating between recording solo material and playing with Eagles of Death Metal. Releasing her debut album ‘Spying’ back in 2015, the Canadian-born artist will not drop her new EP ‘Suffer’ on September 22nd via WaxRomantix Records. ‘Hospital Bed’, the first single from the upcoming record, is a guitar-heavy dealing of shoegaze and garage/punk fitting firmly together in a tight package with Vee’s vocal melodies adding a touch of pop to the tune. We have a stream of ‘Hospital Bed’ which you can check out down at the bottom.

Baby Jesus Rock Hard with ‘Took Our Sons Away’

Swedish band Baby Jesus have shared a stream of their new LP ‘Took Our Sons Away’. A fierce and fiery lashing of garage rock, punk, psychedelic and surf at its finest, the 14-song release finds the band not only drawing a distinct energy from their previous experiences in hardcore and metal, but also tapping into a classic 50s era of rock & roll that is timeless. Heavily reverb-soaked instrumentation mixed with echoing vocals are staples throughout the record, definitely creating a nostalgic feel.

Flava D Remixes MJ Cole’s ‘Shelter’

Photo by Jimmy Mould DJ and producer Flava D steps up with a smoking remix of MJ Cole’s ‘Shelter’. Delivering a creamy and hypnotic slice of UK garage, the rework is graced with a slight taste of future jazz filling up the spaces, making for a pure dancefloor scorcher. You can stream the Flava D’s version down at the bottom. Read more […]

L.A. Witch Bring Forth A New Track Titled ‘Kill My Baby Tonight’

After sharing their track ‘Untitled’ last month, garage rockers L.A. Witch have unveiled another song taken from their forthcoming, self-titled debut LP, out September 8th on Suicide Squeeze Records. Their latest cut ‘Kill My Baby Tonight’, is a steamy blend of 60s rock with punk trimmings, blissfully sinister yet seductive vocals. Judging by the title you can guess the what the content is about. All we know is that we can hardly wait for the arrival of L.A. Witches album. Listen to ‘Kill My Read more […]

Mise en Scene Interview

Somewhere in between bursting indie pop and raw, pumping garage punk is where Canada’s Mise en Scene sit, finely sewing all sounds flawlessly together. Hailing from Winnipeg, the group was established by members Stefanie Blondal Johnson and Jodi Dunlop, who originally came together through their love of visual arts and of course music itself. The result was a gorgeous sound, accessible to the masses yet true to their roots.

ColoRising Interview with Mise en Scene

Somewhere in between bursting indie pop and raw, pumping garage punk is where Canada’s Mise en Scene sit, finely sewing all sounds flawlessly together. Hailing from Winnipeg, the group was established by members Stefanie Blondal Johnson and Jodi Dunlop who originally came together through their love of visual arts and of course music itself. The result was gorgeous sound, accessible to the masses yet true to their roots.