What The Klaxons seem to have found is a place in-between Primal Scream’s ‘XTRMNTR’ and all that is great in traditional guitar rock.
The Emperor Machine is a mysterious musical force signed to the label of Depth Charge AKA J Saul Kane (see DC Label profile).
Henry Dartnell (singer/guitarist), his brother bassist/singer House of Lords (that’s Thomas Dartnell to his mum) and drummer Oliver Askew are the latest in the British rock canon to immortalise and
When Lee bashes his guitar in a fit of frustration our bodies pulsate with the shock of discovery.
The delectable sounds of New York’s proudest proponents of the city’s now trademarked dance-punk sound - Radio 4. As a quintet they forge music possessing a myriad of influences and sounds.
The cream of early-Eighties post-punk performed by a series of gamine ingénues in a bossa nova style, Nouvelle Vague probably wouldn’t work if Collin weren’t French, but that helps, somehow.
The New York Dolls gave the five-year countdown to punk’s much-vaunted 1976 Year Zero.
“We never tried to be old school,” the distinctive baritone voice of Jurassic 5 MC Chali 2na echoes down the phone line. “That’s just what we did then”.