This week I heard the Cardiac Kidz for the first time and it totally blew my mind. After that I found their Get Out LP on the Internet. The thing is that I wanna know more about them. I know they're…Continue
"First, I have to say that 2012 has been a super exiting year in terms of music, and also that I LOVE making list. So many good LPs went out this year. Here is my Top:
Natural Child - For The Love Of The Game
Natural Child - Hard In Heaven
Le Kid et…"
"There is a bunch of cool new bands. I particularly love the Tough Shits, Natural Child, Barrerracudas, Gentleman Jessie, Cozy (new powerpop/glam band on Hozac) Warm Soda (Matthew Melton's new band). Also, Puerto Rican garage like Davila 666…"
"Yes, Les Breastfeeders are still around. But their guitarist quit so they don't play live show these days. In Montreal there is also that new girls band called Hand Cream. They are really slits/raincoats influenced. Check them out, they have…"
Favorite Music/Influences (list some bands, musicians, genres, etc.):
MC5, Radio Birdman, Barreracudas, Davila 666, Los Saicos, The Gories, Flamin' Groovies, DMZ, The Gizmos, The Stooges, Demon's Claws, The Nerves, T.Rex, Roy Orbison, Irma Thomas, 13th Floor Elevators, Jacuzzi Boys, The Standells, Dead Boys, Small Faces, Seeds, The Saints, Lime Spiders, Real Kids, Modern Lovers, Nervous Eaters, Kinks, Mott the Hoople, Paul Revere & The Raiders, Strange Boys, Modernettes, Milk n' Cookies, Buzzcocks, Velvet Underground, The Litter, King Tuff, Oblivians, Gun Club, Rolling Stones, Shangri-Las, Pandoras and a whole lot more.
A Christmas Story
Les 400 coups
You're gonna miss me
Decline of Western Civilization
Wild at Heart
Rock n' Roll
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"I absolutely LOVE stoner rock (heavy) - - just not all the time. Makes me think of The Black Angels and Vega out of Chicago. Denver has a pretty decent stoner-rock scene with Black Lamb. As for metal all the way through to grunge -…"
"yES , i MET YOUR FRIEND. In fact , I rode with him and the Bassist on a shuttle bus. The club hired a bus to pick people up at a couple of bars , and take them to the show , but , it was a new place , then , and they were advertising - challenged.…"
"Cool! Thanks for sharing your story. That is intersting: the show in which you saw Tek, Morgan, and Gillespie on one stage is the tour that my personal friend, Al King, drummed for them (he and I were in a couple Ann Arbor/Ypsilanti bands together,…"
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