A new album from Arno de Cea and the Clockwork Wizards is a stop-what-you’re-doing thing. He’s on top of his game and delivering a surf sound that nobody else has. But admittedly, two tracks in I found myself a little apprehensive about writing this review. What more is there to say about his nearly-perfected, patentable Brutal Surf? After two albums of the stuff, are there any worlds left to obliterate?
The OK Kings - Mosquito Man (It's OK)
The Tequila Worms - Running Late (The Tequila Worms)
nahuelaizers - Omega Surf (profunidad desconocida)
The Barbwires - springbreak (Searider)
the dead rocks - crazy race rock (one million dollar surf band)
The Pharos - Pintor 45
The Denver Men - Surf City Stomp (Let's Go Surfside)
Reverendo Frankenstein - Tailspin (Esta VIvo... esta vivo)
Shark Attack! - Shark City (Chum Punch)
The Falcons - Belair (Atomic Guitar)
Les Talismans - L'Interplanetaire (45)
The Frantics - The Whip (45)
New Orleans’ instro scene is a weird one but as of lately a surprisingly active one.
Hattori Hanzo Surf Experience - Veracruz (Meanwhile in Mallorca)
durango14 - Desperado (Vol. 3)
Blackball Bandits - Snakecharmer's Dream (The Lost Mission)
The Treble Spankers - Jaa-Rabbi (Hasheeda)
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