The trio of Nic (Vocals / Guitar), Matt (Bass / Vocals) and Sean (Drums) who form the garage band The Ians, based in Melbourne (Australia), released the single Gold Teeth on the 26th.
If there were a handbook on how to define less is more Gold Teeth would be the primary entry with its laid bare stomping energy thumping through the speakers.
Two minutes and fifty six seconds of sublime rock’n’roll from which everything extraneous has been stripped. The listener finds themselves with a pumping heart, punching the air while leaping around the room in sweat covered delight, I am just off to play that again… .
Mia Lust (Guitar / Vocals), Laura Orlova (Guitar / Vocals), Laura Sumner (Bass / Vocals), Ian Jubb (Keyboard) and David Mayman (Drums) from London (England) form the garage band Chemtrails and will be releasing the LP Cuckoo Spit on the 7th of December.
A six track album which is available on vinyl through PNKSLM or digitally on bandcamp has been preceded by the reveal of the second track on the release I’ll Never Be.
A rockabilly offering through which Wurlitzer effect synth blending with winding country guitar creates a retrospective dance track that merely asks of the listener to find their drainpipes, pencil skirts, Edwardian drapes and brothel creepers before heading out on to the floor.
The Los Angeles (USA) trio of Lexi McCoy (Bass /Vocals), Gee Leonardo (Guitar) and Sarah Pineapple (Drums) who form the garage band Suzie True will be releasing the EP – Nothing To You – on the 26th of October.
The first track to surface from the release, Don’t Grow Up, which is the second of the four on the EP (available on bandcamp) has an unadorned joie de vivre which fills the room with an infectious hazy wave of reverb and pulsating bass / percussion felted by the elongated vocal.
The quartet of Rory, Jay, Luke and Wes from Melbourne in Australia who form the garage band Diana Radar released the single Growing on the 13th.
A track best enjoyed with a beer in a crowded bar, as the quartet deliver their good time rock’n’roll, which brightens the day by its very presence.
The bright guitars sparkle through the song, like a sequined dress, as the high pitches flicker through the ears, while the drum, which plays on tautly strung skins adds to the sharpness of the architecture which in turn affords space and time for the laid-back bass and sliding vocal to create the infectious dynamism of Growing.
The Australian garage trio Crushed Tinniez released the single Checkin’ Out yesterday.
Only two songs are around for those of us who haven’t caught them live, both filling the room with a warm summer-breeze of endearing lofidelity rock.
Checkin’ Out (available on bandcamp) rotates around rising lines of pressed vocal that gives the music its fresh lilt while busy percussion and bass foil with one another generating the sense of movement as guitar drifts in and out of focus and measure creating the warm infectious mood of the trio who are able to make the world seem a far better place for their presence.