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Benny Trokan
Gone / Turn Back You Fool

Gone/Turn Back is Benny Trokan’s first solo outing. He has previously played bass with The Jay Vons, Reigning Sound and Lee Field’s Expressions. Here he offers up two songs, one an electric twelve-string led west coast psych strummer and one that’s is more diff...view item »

The Mystery Lights
Thick Skin / In The Darkness

It's all change in the world of New Yorkers the Mystery Lights as they move out of the 60s into the hip and happening 70s for this latest record.  The group's no-wave sound and big backbeat are said to bring to mind older purveyors of the darker side of life such as MC5 and the more experimental side of ...view item »

Michael Rault
It's A New Day Tonight

Just look at that 'tache.  Suits the music too as this debut from Michael Rault harks back to a 1970s when Badfinger reached the top of the charts and Big Star were the cool underground band who never quite made it.  Think crisp power pop and open hearted folk strumming with careworn lyrics and useful ...view item »

Mark Sultan
Let Me Out / Be The Blood

Rising star of garage rock, Mark Sultan presents us with two sides of acid-drenched, fuzzy garage punk. Sultan, who has also recorded under the BBQ moniker displays his ability to write classic hooks with instant garage rock classic Let Me Out and psychedelic fuzz racket Be The Bl...view item »

The Fame-Beats
Don't Tell No Lies / The Watford Stomp

Aussie rockers The Fame-Beats are here with their debut release ‘Don’t Tell No Lies’, a lilting beat-inspired homage to mid-century British pop, courtesy of Wick Records. But the kicker here is ‘The Watford Stomp’, a rollicking party-starter that wouldn’t sound out of place on an early Beatles...view item »

The Jay Vons
Want You Tomorrow / Did You See Her

There's lots of lovely ‘60s influenced 7”s out at the moment and here is another. The Jay Vons have in fact only released 7”s so far and their soulful psych is comparable to classic records by the likes of the Left Banke, the Zombies et all with a slight Motown feel ...view item »

The Ar-Kaics
Just My Life / It's Her Eyes

Building upon The Ar-Kaics measured brand of 60's garage-rock, is Just My Life / It's Her Eyes. The snappy, two-song-long Vinyl, brought to us by Daptone Records is both easy-listen and vibrant in similar approach to their self-titled offering. Lo-fi guitar-laden psychedelia, fresh ...view item »

The Mystery Lights
The Mystery Lights

The Mystery Lights see themselves at the vanguard of the New York City music scene, bucking the apparent trend of “no good NYC bands”. They buck this trend with high energy guitar rock-and-or-roll, tight and fast and a wee built soulful when they want to be. Their self-titled debut full-length is out on WICK Records....view item »

The Mystery Lights
Too Many Girls / Too Tough To Bear

It’s some 1960s style rock 'n’ roll for you here from The Mystery Lights. Too Many Girls sounds like a lost 13th Floor Elevators tune (without the electric jug unfortunately) while Too Tough to Bear is a psychedelic-blues number, both with the singer...view item »