Category Archives: Garage Rock

SONG OF THE DAY Quicksilver Messenger Service – Year of the Outrage

Contrary to what some of you may suspect, I don’t always have an endless supply of music to hand when it come to picking a new song each day and, because I’m often driven by the thrill of a new … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY Ty Segall – Black Magick

Garage-rocker Ty Segall recently released his latest offering, Sentimental Goblin, a double A-sided EP which was limited to only 1000 vinyl copies when it came out on the 17th of this month.  Each record is also pressed on half-blue, half-yellow vinyl with … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY Caretakers of Deception – Cuttin’ Grass

I was having a little music browse this evening when I stumbled upon this absolute gem of an album! Released earlier this month and following on from their 2007 Rockabilly compilation, producer’s/DJ’s Keb Darge & Cut Chemist have got together … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY The Echo Oh’s – Up The River

An email alert came through last night to tell me that psych-surf rockers, The Echo Oh’s, had released a new song and I was rather eager to give it a listen! It’s not often a band comes along where you … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY The Buttertones – Dak’s Back

If any day is worthy of a kick up the tush, it’s a Sunday.  I was looking for something to liven things up and suddenly remembered this song!  LA’s Buttertones really know how to rock with their fuzzed-out, garage-rock sound … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY Cannibale – No Mercy For Love

Have you ever considered what you  would get if you crossed Fela Kuti, The Doors and The Seeds (perhaps throwing in a bit of Talking Heads for good measure)…and would you believe that the successful cross-pollination of this music is … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY Allah-Las – Autumn Dawn (Alternative Take)

Released today comes this alternate version of the Allah-Las Autumn Dawn, which originally came out in September last year.  This punchier version emerged as the demo recording from Kyle Mullarky’s home studio in Topanga Canyon and is accompanied by an unreleased … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY Starfires – I Never Loved Her

LA band The Starfires were a garage-rock outfit from LA who released a small selection of singles throughout the 60’s; of which today’s track, I Never Loved Her has become one of the most sought-after 45’s from that time. Consisting of band … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY The Wheels (Wheel-A-Ways) – Bad Little Woman

Often likened to Van Morrison’s, Them and originating from the same location, The Wheels were a 60’s R&B, blues-inspired garage band from Belfast, Northern Ireland.  The most well-known line-up consisted of, Brian Rossi (keyboards and vocals), Rod Demick (rhythm guitar … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY The Groupies – Primitive

Lets get primitive and wild with this golden little psych nugget from 1966!  It’s raw, its fresh and totally uncompromising. Forming in New York by bassist Gordon McLaren, The Groupies forged their wild brand of rnb-punk at NY’s Scene Club, … Continue reading

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