Tag Archives: garage rock

DENIZ TEK – Long Before Day

July 7, 2022

Career 2022 Springing back into the fray, Ann Arbor-born master of noise gets the blues but sees the light. There’s nothing strange about this album’s title betraying the record’s creator’s impatience because Deniz Tek’s never liked to stop – yet … Continue reading

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ONE OF HOURS – When You Hear The Music, It’s Yours

May 2, 2019

Out-Sider 2019 Pun-loving Kentucky collective dust off their unreleased album to share it with the masses. Lexington was an unlikely locale for a garage-psych group, yet that’s where ONE OF HOURS started to shake and move from 1966 onward – … Continue reading

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THE CHOCOLATE WATCHBAND – This Is My Voice

April 1, 2019

Dirty Water 2019 Long-overdue return to form from original psych-punks who refuse to go out without a bang. Veterans ensembles like this are in unenviable position having to live up to their meager legacy and mere legend attached to their … Continue reading

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JANGLE TOWN – A Love So True

March 22, 2018

Cramada 2018 Debut statement from Swedish suppliers of garage jangle that rocks and rolls. A Polaroid snapshot of this group on-stage may suggest they’re tuned into retro, but the Sk√∂vde collective don’t seem to pay much attention to the era … Continue reading

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FLAMIN’ GROOVIES – Live 1971 San Francisco

July 8, 2017

RockBeat 2017 Ringing the curtains down in Fillmore West, garage rockers give their all – and then some. Bill Graham might have been in two minds about this band, but when it came to one of his famous venues’ final … Continue reading

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