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Justin Cusack
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Bourbon, smokes & a dimply lit bar...dark country, reminiscent to some of Tex Perkins, Townes Van Zandt deeds.
Justin Cusack comes from Melbourne and used to lead the critically acclaimed Black Pony Express (Bang! Records).

Last Updated ( Friday, 07 April 2017 )
THE FLOORS "Beat It Down"
The Floors
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THE FLOORS "Beat It Down" BR220

The Floors come from Perth, Australia.
Beat It Down was recorded over four days, direct to 8-track, in the studio of Dan Carroll (The Kill Devil Hills, Timothy Nelson), imbuing the album's 10 songs with an energy and authenticity that's as infectious as it is omnipresent.
The acclaimed trio of musos — guitarist Luke Dux, bassist Ryan Dux and drummer Ash Doodkorte — have made good on more than five years of gigging and growing together as artists to deliver a polished — but not too polished — collection of inward-looking, outwardly rockin' tunes jammed full of fiery riffs, powerful bass and relentless drum lines. It's straight-up delicious from top to tail.

*********** BACK IN STOCK!!! ************

Last Updated ( Friday, 10 August 2018 )
The Madcaps Slow Down
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THE MADCAPS "Slow Down" BR227

Hailing from Rennes, the mother city of French garage rock, The Madcaps play smart Rnb and wild Rock n Roll with catchy melodies and timeless grooves. After 3 years touring around Europe with 150 shows under the belt, The Madcaps are now a stage war machine. They’ll be on tour over Europe in 2017 to promote their brand new album Slow Down. To fans of the Kinks, Beatles, Ray Charles or Daptone productions, you would be sorely wrong to abstain.

Grab their previous releases here:
"Hot Sauce"
"The Madcaps"


Last Updated ( Friday, 07 April 2017 )
12" vinyl LP / Shipping
MUSCLE "s/t" LP BR224

Ils s’appellent MUSCLE mais ils pourraient s’appeler Envie, tellement ces quatre musiciens venant de groupes marquants de la scène garage hexagonale (Dividers, Crank!, Gaz Gaz) s’investissent dans ce projet ambitieux, ludique et déjà foutrement maitrisé qu’ils ont baptisé de ce nom pioché au hasard dans un magazine de fitness.
Du garage il en est question, une chienne ne fait pas des chats et c’est dans leur ADN, mais dans le sud on apprécie les plats épicés: une pincée de pop, quelques gouttes de Lo-Fi et deux bonnes gousses de post-quelque chose, il ne reste plus qu’à servir avec un rosé frais, un Collioure de préférence.
Dans les milieux autorisés, les experts font référence à the Intelligence, sans aucun doute à cause du beat robotique de certains morceaux, mais fuck le visage intello, arty et froid des geeks de Seattle, on a affaire ici à du rock bouillant, passionné, énervé, faut pas faire chier, on s’appelle Muscle, bordel de merde!...
Une chose est certaine, ce groupe s’offre une multitude de possibilités d’ouverture, de palettes sonores, d’incursions dans des univers aussi étranges qu’aventureux, les idées foisonnent.
Muscle c’est pas de la gonflette…

Last Updated ( Sunday, 19 February 2017 )
RICHMOND SLUTS "60 Cycles of Love" LP
Richmond Sluts
12" vinyl LP / Shipping
RICHMOND SLUTS "60 Cycles of Love" LP BR219

The Richmond Sluts may hail from San Francisco, but their hearts are far off in New York City, and their heads are stuck in other decades entirely. It would be easy to laud the quartet as the best glam trash band since the New York Dolls, but that's merely a convenient launch pad from which the Richmond Sluts set off into their long awaited 2nd album. Since categorization is a necessity in this age of overspecification, punk rock will do nicely, but doesn't begin to encompass just how cleverly the group churns other genres through its blender. The Sluts connect the dots between '60s garage punk and old school '70s style, then toss just a dash of new school into the mix. Variations on this recipe reverberate across the album, and answer a slew of niggling questions along the way. Ever wonder what the Dolls would sound like covered by a psychedelic band? Kept up at night trying to imagine a cross between the Cramps and the Velvet Underground? Curious what the result would be if a time warp sent Richard Hell circa 1978 a decade into the past? And what if Eddie & the Hotrods were really the Ramones with English accents? The Richmond Sluts answer all these brain teasers and more you've yet to even imagine, and they do it without an ounce of pretentiousness or braggadocio. In fact, the Sluts lay down their songs with such insouciance that one's tempted to believe they are totally unaware of their own genius. And if this is the level of their debut, what treats await us next?

Last Updated ( Friday, 16 December 2016 )
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