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Psych and Rock and Roll on The Black Bones

The Austrian trio play good rock and roll with a lot of psychedelic vibes. Their latest EP is filled with good riffs with hints of BRMC.

Check out their music here.

Favorite track: Drown

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Workin’ Man Noise Unit release “It’s Not Nothin'”

With their new album on Riot Season Records Workin’ Man Noise Unit raises the bar on how to make good rock n roll.

With their energetic and noisy riffs the band still make catchy tracks. Have a good time and listen to Workin’ Man Noise Unit.

Favorite track: Sloucher

For more heaviness check out Fuzzy Sun’s list.

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listen to Workin’ Man Noise Unit

Back in 2015 Workin’ Man Noise Unit released “Play Loud”. The heavy rockers return this year with a new album.
‘It’s Not Nothin” will be released November 23 on the great Riot Season Records. While waiting for this rocknolling album we can listen three of their released tracks from the album.

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The previous release “Play Loud” by Workin’ Man Noise Unit was released in 2015. Now they return with a new album “It’s not Nothin'” on Riot Season Recordings.
The first track “Turn it Off’ is a loud and catchy rocknroll kick in the face. Check them out and prepare for more…

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Psychedelic rockers Parades Against Parades

Again on the Cardinal Fuzz label we get new psychedelic goodies. This time by the Saskatoon rockers Parades Against Parades.  With their retro rocknroll vibe they  have succeeded in making a record that could be from thirty or forty years ago. And it sure sounds good.
Favorite track: Wasting al my Time
Put on loud and enjoy.

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It’s Frankie and the Witch Fingers!

Sometimes I have this way to long periods when i only listen to obscure doom and way to heavy noiserock. So the music from Frankie and the Witch Fingers is a welcome change. And it is a good change, the fuzzed up garage on their new 7″ is incredible energetic rocknroll. out on Let’s Pretend Records 18/05.


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