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WILD TURKEY – Devil Ridin’ Shotgun

WILD TURKEY – Devil Ridin’ Shotgun

| 12 September 2012 | Reply

By Shane Pinnegar 8/10 Wild Turkey are a mean lookin’ trio of Rockabilly hombres hailing from the deep south of… Melbourne! Featuring chief songwriter Johnny Marsden on twangtastic guitar and vocals, Kirk Syrett whacking the drums, and Guy Lawson plucking a righteous double bass, they run the gamut of rockabilly styles on this eclectic album […]

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TRICIA FREEMAN – Everyone Can See

TRICIA FREEMAN – Everyone Can See

| 12 September 2012 | Reply

Self released, March 2012 By Shane Pinnegar 7.5/10 Tricia Freeman’s love of blues, rock, country and soul – in short, GREAT music – shines through on her latest album, but it’s her amazing voice which is the true star. And what a voice! Powerful, versatile, beautiful and passionate, Freeman’s vocals carry these twelve (mostly original) […]

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THE TREATMENT – Then & Again EP

THE TREATMENT – Then & Again EP

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Spinefarm UK, 2012 By Shane Pinnegar 8/10 There’s only three types of cover versions: classics, sound-alikes and shockers. Personally I don’t see the point in releasing a cover that sounds almost exactly like the original (Yes, I’m looking at YOU Poison!), and no-one wants to listen to a shocker more than once… so what constitutes […]

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THE DATE – Updated

THE DATE – Updated

| 12 September 2012 | Reply

Self released, 2012 By Shane Pinnegar 8/10 It seems that in The Eighties we heard a mind blowing new band once every now and then, but with our population so dramatically increased, I seem to be finding amazing new music every few days. One such outfit is THE DATE – an unpretentious Aussie hard blues […]

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THE DOMNICKS – I Wonder What You’re Doing Now/Cool Runnings [Double A side single]

THE DOMNICKS – I Wonder What You’re Doing Now/Cool Runnings [Double A side single]

| 12 September 2012 | Reply

Citadel, 2012 By Shane Pinnegar 9.5/10 The Domnicks have a pretty bloody awesome pedigree to them, featuring Perth rock royalty both homegrown and adopted in the form of Dom Mariani (The Stems, The DM3, The Someloves), Nick Sheppard (The Cortinas, The Clash), Howie Shawcross (The Elks, The Jackals, Dave Warner) and Marz Frisina (The Chevelles, […]

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THE ATOMIC BITCHWAX – The Local Fuzz

THE ATOMIC BITCHWAX – The Local Fuzz

| 12 September 2012 | Reply

Teepee Records, 2011 By Shane Pinnegar 8.5/10 What kind of madness is this? The best possible kind, if you’re a guitar riff kind of person! The Atomic Bitchwax weighs in with a fifth full length album comprising only one song – 42 minutes long, completely instrumental, and comprised of 50 distinct guitar riffs. Glorious in […]

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SWEET – NEW YORK CONNECTION

SWEET – NEW YORK CONNECTION

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Self Released, March 2012 By Shane Pinnegar 7/10 Andy Scott’s SWEET have weighed in with as good a covers album as anyone could have hoped from a band that many thought would never release another album. It’s normal for the time between albums to extend as a band grows older and creative juices fight for […]

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SUSANNAH HOFFS – Someday

SUSANNAH HOFFS – Someday

| 12 September 2012 | Reply

2012 By Shane Pinnegar 6.5/10 The former Bangle delivers an album full of bright & breezy folky pop with a jazzy edge, tailor made for video clips of pretty girls in Sixties dresses bicycling and dancing in sun-drenched fields of flowers, or montages in bright & breezy Hollywood rom-coms. It’s not as vacuous as it […]

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SUGAR LOUISE – On The Radio – 7” single

SUGAR LOUISE – On The Radio – 7” single

| 12 September 2012 | Reply

Naked Hollywood Records, April 2012 By Shane Pinnegar 9/10 Billy McBarbie – he of the impossibly cool and glacially blonde barnet like some Norwegian Noel Fielding – leads his “poppunx” Sugar Louise back into the fray with this irresistibly bouncy and catchy number. Pop Punk is an easy genre to get wrong, and a lot […]

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SUBSCRIBE – Bookmarks

SUBSCRIBE – Bookmarks

| 12 September 2012 | Reply

Zene360/EMI, 2011 By Shane Pinnegar 9/10 If it’s stunning, unique progressive metal you’re looking for, then go no further than Hungarian sextet SUBSCRIBE. Together since 1999, this is their third full length album – and although that doesn’t seem like a particularly strong work ethic, they are apparently huge in their home country, and music […]

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SPiT LiKE THiS – Normalityville Horror

SPiT LiKE THiS – Normalityville Horror

| 12 September 2012 | Reply

Dark Lord Records, May 2012 By Shane Pinnegar 9/10 You’ve had those days when you want to walk away from your jobs, turn your back on all the idiots harping and making demands upon you, get into a souped up supercharged chrome n’ black pirate flag-sporting hot rod of doom and put the pedal to […]

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SPIDERS & SNAKES – London Daze 2012 Reissue

SPIDERS & SNAKES – London Daze 2012 Reissue

| 12 September 2012 | Reply

Cleopatra Records, 2012 reissue By Shane Pinnegar 8/10 Lizzie Grey was a big feature of the Sunset Strip scene for many years, but he never cracked the big time like some of his former band mates. Originally released in 2000, this fifth album from his outfit SPIDERS & SNAKES is a sugary sweet and highly […]

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SNEW – What’s It To Ya

SNEW – What’s It To Ya

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Maman Music, 2012 By Shane Pinnegar 8/10 SNEW are back, blazing burnouts through the parking lot, hopped up on strong liquor and Accadacca albums, cranking their shit up to eleven. “What’s It To Ya” sees new bassist Willie Basse on board – a veteran of Sunset Strip legends Black Sheep alongside Slash, who has also […]

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SLEEPFREAK – Sleepfreak EP

SLEEPFREAK – Sleepfreak EP

| 12 September 2012 | Reply

Self released, May 2012 By Shane Pinnegar 9/10 They may describe themselves as Metallica meets Led Zeppelin, but there’s a lot more going on beneath the surface of SLEEPFREAK’s debut EP. For starters, these are 6 great songs – which is damn good value for money for an EP. The heaviness of the guitars and […]

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SKINMASK – EP 1

SKINMASK – EP 1

| 12 September 2012 | Reply

By David Vaickus 8/10 Back in December of 2011 I came across an unsigned band from Los Angeles California called Skinmask. They were opening a show locally in Chicago for one of my favourite bands The Dreaming. I remember seeing some pictures and descriptions of them and thinking, what the hell is this? Needless to […]

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SISTER’S DOLL – Welcome To The Dollhouse

SISTER’S DOLL – Welcome To The Dollhouse

| 11 September 2012 | Reply

Self released, 2012 By Shane Pinnegar 8/10 I’ll wager that this is NOT what you’d be expecting if you knew that SISTER’S DOLL was a trio of brothers, aged 14, 17 and 19, from a small farming town 3 hours from the nearest city in Western Australia. What “Welcome To The Dollhouse” is, is an […]

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SHIT THE COW – volume/cow EP

SHIT THE COW – volume/cow EP

| 11 September 2012 | Reply

2012 By Shane Pinnegar 7/10 If you can bring yourself to look past SHIT THE COW’s unfortunate name, you may just discover something pretty original and very interesting. Daniel Kjellberg and Peter Söderberg – both are credited with guitars and vocals – hail from Sweden’s icy Stockholm and call themselves “Scrapyard rockers”, crediting their inspirational […]

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SHINEDOWN – Amaryllis

SHINEDOWN – Amaryllis

| 11 September 2012 | Reply

Roadrunner Records, March 2012 By David Vaickus 8/10 Shinedown are one of the few bands that can release an album full of hit singles from top to bottom. Their last album, The Sound of Madness, has sold over a million copies and spawned six number 1 singles on active rock and 1 top 10 single […]

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SHARAYA – The Road To…

SHARAYA – The Road To…

| 11 September 2012 | Reply

Self released, 2012 By Shane Pinnegar 7/10 This may sound contradictory, but there’s a real Evanescence feel to some of the tracks on SHARAYA’s debut album, even though they should certainly not be pigeon-holed into the symphonic metal genre in any way shape or form. Songs like Addiction, Come Down and Recovering have the same […]

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SHADOWQUEEN – Self Titled

SHADOWQUEEN – Self Titled

| 11 September 2012 | Reply

2012 By Shane Pinnegar 8/10 Shadowqueen’s debut album is a powerful and heavy melodic rock album that references classic, modern and traditional Aussie rock and has something for just about everyone (Though Bieber and Glee fans need not apply). Hailing from Melbourne, female lead singer/bassist Robbi Zana has an uniquely earthy, rich and sweetly aggressive […]

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