New Year Ninety 2018 – 30 to 21

With the vast numbers of musicians introduced daily it is only a sadness that there are only twenty four hours in a day as only a mere fraction of those introductions can be featured. I would however like to thank all musicians for doing what they do to make the world a better place. In this years New Ninety the slots 30 to 21 comprise…

Internal Frequencies -Photo Credit - Jorge Pineda

Internal Frequencies -Photo Credit – Jorge Pineda

30. Einar Vilberg (Iceland)

Apathy – Einar Vilberg is available on iTunes.*

29. Chelzzz (USA)

B.O.M.B.S. – Single – Chelzzz is available on iTunes.*

28. Seventeen Sisters (USA)

27. The Ringards (England)

26. Internal Frequencies (Mexico)

25. Runtown (Nigeria)

24. The Judex (USA)

23. Chirpy (Ireland)

Real Life – EP – Chirpy is available on iTunes.*

22. Reptilians From Andromeda (Turkey)

21. Ten Fé (England)

Hit the Light – Ten Fé is available on iTunes.*

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The Judex – Kill White Lights – Single Review

The Judex is a rock’n’roll band from the USA.

The Judex

The Judex

Firstly, apologies to everyone that I am late to this, just for a change, as it has been hanging around in my email system since earlier this week.

Kill White Lights (available on bandcamp) is one of those tracks you need to be in a position to cause as much chaos as possible within your own environs, unless of course you are watching them play live, when they will be able to offer a helping hand.  Teeter the speakers to tipping point at the edge of which ever surface you have them resting, don’t move the surrounding furniture, do turn up the speakers to full volume – pop on a pair of red brothel creepers – then hit play. The ensuing debris of broken bits crashing around you will attest that you are getting best of a stormer of a song.

Beneath the pulverising rock’n’roll The Judex are equally adept at putting across their scathing regard for a world in which folks living in plastic tubes fixate on the irrelevant whilst blithely ignoring the dying on their own front doorstep.

Rip-roaring rock’n’roll and social awareness – what more does one need?

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