Category Archives: garage

SONG OF THE DAY Billy Childish – Bottom of the Sea

Billy Childish is something of a mystery for me and I don’t know why! He’s always hovered on the perimeters of my musical radars, but I’ve never delved too deep…until now… A painter, author, poet, photographer, film maker, singer and … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY The Buttertones – Madame Supreme

Today’s song is supreme by name and totally supreme by nature!!! LA’s cinematic retro-rockers TheButtertones are a mighty force to be reckoned with!  Their furious relentless energy is a defining feature and if you just so happen to find yourself drawn … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY The Pirates – Cuttin’Out

Originally released in 1965 on Back Stage Records, California-based band The Pirates cut this fine Garage tune as the b-side to their single, Naughty Girl.   Definitely a more punchy affair to that of the A-side, some avid collectors had denied … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY Little Barrie – Surf Hell

Little Barrie have a special place in my heart and although it took me a while to discover them, I more than made up for the late start! Emerging from Nottingham in 1999 they have been cooking up their very own unique … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY Sudakistan – Whiplash

With a unique signature sound based on a blend of latino garage punk and psych rock, Sudakistan are a Swedish-South American (and now) Stockholm-based quintet. Returning with their second album later this year, Swedish Cobra (releasing on PNKSLM recordings) follows to their acclaimed … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY The Cherokees – Dig A Little Deeper

Spilling over with this big, bodacious and oh-so-soulful sound, Dig A Little Deeper was the fourth single from the Leeds, UK band The Cherokees. Fronted by the emotive powerhouse vocals of Tez Stokes, this Yorkshire band were formed in 1961 from the remnants … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY Michael Rault – New Day Tonight

Edmonton-born and now Montreal-based singer-songwriter and producer, Michael Rault has opened shows for King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard as well as Daptone legend Charles Bradley and tomorrow will be releasing his new album courtesy of Daptone’s subsidiary Wick Records. It’s A New Day … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY The Tropics – As Time’s Gone

The Tropics emerged from Tampa, Florida in 1964 as a five-piece garage-rock outfit.  Soon after their forming the band began touring all over Florida and Southeastern US, playing alongside The Who, The Young Rascals, Herman’s Hermits, Heinz Heinz and Dad. … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY King Khan & The Shrines – 69 Faces Of Love

Cosmic love puppies, I needed some King Khan today!  King Khan and his 69 Faces of Love, it’s like a restorative magic potion that banishes all the chaos from my head….. Canadian born and now Berlin-based, Arish Ahmad Khan, aka King … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY Things To Come – Sweetgina

The Things To Come were a 4-piece garage-rock band from Long Beach, CA.  The group’s original line-up consisted of lead singer Steve Runolfsson, drummer Russ Kunkel (who went on to become a top session man) and bassist Bryan Garofalo (also a future session man and … Continue reading

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