Nuevos artefactos sonoros en forma de punk eskizoide desde Bilbao y Madrid. KARPATOS siguen con su patentada manera de darle a ritmos primitivos y desquiciantes, sonando a una bastarda mezcla entre Black Flag puestos de tripi con sonidos mas actuales tipo Hankwood & The Hammerheads. LA FE siguen con paso firme con su punk 80s sin mas pretensiones que molestar al vecino, a mentes bien pensantes y a las falsas normas del punk, que tambien las tiene. Edicion de 300 copias entre DiscosMeCagoEnDios, La Negra y Pifia.
When, a few years ago, we started planning on compiling 60's and 70's songs influenced by Jamaican rhythms by different artists from the Latin/american continent, and published the first two volumes of "Latinameriska", we didn't think we would be able to continue with the series.However, this period of time has allowed us to continue with the "archaeologic work" of search and capture that every collector has in its blood. There's no bigger pleasure for any of us than being on a trip and going through a flea market, shop or just exploring the web and coming across a gem to thicken your record collection.Likewise, it's ... + INFO
The journey of latin american artists from the 60-s and 70-s with a Jamaican style has a new stop> "Latinameriska"'s fourth volume. And even though it may sound like a clichĆ© we have to say this is the best installment of the series without a doubt. Here's why?Because you'll get to learn about unknown bands (from out of the Jamaican scene like "Los Creyentes de BC" or studio ones like "The Stars"), get almost impossible to find tunes ("Rosario" or "Los CosteĆ±os") or listen to covers as good as the original (hurray for "Los Robbin's"!!!).or with sounds that enrich the cover (those amazing Calypso touches of RenĆ© San... + INFO
The Rockets were natives of London's Ladbroke Grove, and precursors of UK punk rock heroes Warsaw Pakt. They played high-energy rhythm & blues with hard-boiled street-smart lyrics delivered quick and cool against super-charged Chuck Berry guitar licks."The Rockets started in 1975, heavily influenced by Dr Feelgood, who had a residency at the Kensington pub around the corner," relates guitarist Andy Colquhoun. "It was Brit R&B. We played half a dozen Bo Diddley numbers, including'Cops And Robbers', and 60s tunes such as 'I Fought The Law', 'Don't Gimme No Lip' - which, pre-Pistols, was a Dave Berry B-side Bo knockoff -... + INFO
After reissuing in 2018 his 1972 psych folk/baroque pop masterpiece "Years" and 1992's power pop gem "12 In A Room", Munster continues its collaboration with Marc Jonson with this 7" featuring two new tracks, which acts as a preview to a full length of new material later this year.Recorded in Cantabria, Spain with the backing of local three-piece band CompaĆ±Ća de SueĆ±os Ilimitada, this single is further proof of Jonson's gift for writing wonderful pop music. He talks about the new songs:'My Girlfriend (Doesn't Like The Ramones)' and 'I Don't Wanna Go To School Today' preserve how I started out loving music with a p... + INFO