My Pleasure – Something Is Something – Audio

On the 13th of October the English new wave project My Pleasure will be releasing the LP Domestic Bliss.

My Pleasure

My Pleasure

With some delight I have been able to meander through the eleven tracks on the album (which is available via The Adult Teeth Recording Company) – though sadly am only permitted to share the opener Something Is Something with you.

For those of longer reach in to the world of music – think The Toy Dolls mixed with Dr Feelgood with a sprinkling of Jilted John and you will be there – for those less au fait – take a rack of raw ribs and gnaw away the flesh – juggle the residue of individual ribs in the air then catch them in your teeth on the way down – you will be there – or at least thereabouts.

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Basic Bitches – White Bread President – Audio

The US based new-wave outfit Basic Bitches released the AA side single My Body, My Choice / White Bread President a few hours ago.

Basic Bitches - White Bread President

Basic Bitches

Following on quickly from the LP City Slackers the new single (available on bandcamp) is a snarling release that, rightly, takes fire at those who want to control others bodies and minds with the profits being donated to Planned Parenthood.

Both song titles summarise the concept of each composition – this is White Bread President.

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The Medicine Dolls – Kiss Kiss Kill Me – Single Review

The South African newwave trio The Medicine Dolls have featured regularly since first appearing last year.

The Medicine Dolls - Kiss Kiss Kill Me

The Medicine Dolls – Kiss Kiss Kill Me

The newest track, which surfaced this week, Kiss Kiss Kill Me exemplifies why their music always resonates with me as the carefree abandon of uncomplicated guitar, throbbing bass, congealed vocal and flailing drum hurtles around the room merely asking of the listener to join in on the dance floor in any angulation of limbs preferred and passing no thought to it, merely delight that the audience is taking part in the party.

Turn up the volume, clear floor-space, hit play and thresh with the music that pours through the ears.

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The Ringards – Stay Where You Stand – Single Review

The Ringards is an English newwave outfit.

The Ringards

The Ringards

I do hear of those who think music being played loudly is never a good idea – I do have to say, I completely disagree, often volume is a prerequisite.




Newly minted in the past few months The Ringards only have two tracks around, both less than a week old, for those who haven’t seem them playing live in their few appearances – though word arrives there will be more surfacing in short order.

Stay Where You Stand has a speaker moving bass that finds the desk and sub-woofer parting company ergo how would that not be possible for me to suggest spending time in their company. A simple architecture of chords spikes across the room with a thumping bass-drum beating through the ears enticing the audience to pogo as a scathing vocal laments of life and one is minded of the ’70s heathrow flight-path rock of The Members.

The Ringards I anticipate featuring frequently over the coming years, though whether they will necessarily remain ever in this style, time will tell as the two tunes around, both of top-notch quality, are of different countenance.

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Static Eyes – Close Talker – Audio

The US newwave quartet Static Eyes released the LP Traps [Triple Eye Industries] yesterday.

Static Eyes - photo credit - Tony Sapp

Static Eyes – photo credit – Tony Sapp

Bending guitar and fiesty bass challenge the audience to discover the best place in which to tweak their positioning and like all the best of Dingwalls – there is no good place as you will always find distortion and one ear or other bleeding as the pulverising percussion jack-hammers in to the foundations of the auditorium and the mewling vocal claws at the lobes.

Best played loudly – then with an extra lash or two on the speakers just to make sure everything is as it should be – the penultimate of the six tracks on Traps [Triple Eye Industries] (available on bandcamp) is Close Talker.

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