Tag Archives: Garage punk

SONG OF THE DAY Question Mark & The Mysterians – Up Side

I would imagine that today’s little baby had no problem’s turning heads in its day (or any day for that matter), it’s just hyper-cool all the way through! Up Side was one of twelve tracks to make it onto the … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY Sweaty Palms – Captain of the Rugby Team

Sweaty Palms are an energetic four-piece DIY garage-punk outfit from the Southside of Glasgow who, by their own admission, make music that is inspired by drug-fuelled anxiety. Their sound is fuelled by a desire to unleash their inner demons and, … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY The Bugs – Slide

This rare chunk of garage punk was one of only a three tracks to be released by The Bugs; a firey garage quartet from Marlborough, Massachusetts! The thing that really intrigues here, however, is how on earth did one of … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY Los Saicos – Fugitivo de Alcatraz

Finding so much music everyday is something of a blessing and a curse! Much more of a blessing of course, how could I ever tire of the thrill of finding something new? That buzz you get when you unearth something … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY Swamp Rats – Hey Freak

, Known as one of the first bands responsible for the earliest examples of proto-punk, The Swamp Rats were a garage-rock band from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.  The band originated from a group called The Fantastic Dee Jays, who formed in 1965 … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY Randy and The Randies – Solar Myth

After being away for the last five days its been rather exciting to come back and catch up with some music, I’ve really missed it!  Tonight’s song was one of the first tracks I came across and I instantly fell … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY The Werps – Love’s A Fire

There was also a ‘hornless’ version of today’s song recorded at the time of its release in 1967, but this doesn’t even come close to what you can feast your ears on if you press play above! The Werps recorded … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY Dead Ghosts – Freak

Though they may hail from Vancouver, British Columbia, The Dead Ghosts sound like they have sprung from a past era; leaping forward 50 years to grace our lucky ears with an authentic sound of golden times! Signed to LA’s Burger … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY The Cavaliers – Congregation For Anti Flirts,Inc.

Today’s tight little lightning bolt of garage rock goodness was one of only four singles Thee Kavaliers, a.k.a The Cavaliers, ever released on the Texan label, Pharoah Records. Entitled Congregation For Anti Flirts,Inc., the song was written and performed by … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY Baston – Primates

Emerging from France in 2015 in a haze of retro garage-psych came Brest-based trio, Baston.  In these early days when the band first appeared on the scene the their sound nestled somewhere between jangle-pop and indie-psych, but their latest single … Continue reading

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