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Amphibian Man - Metal Goes Surf

Of all the different directions that Amphibian Man has taken, this was the easiest to see coming. Shortly after releasing , Amphibian Man of surf versions of metal songs, so here they are compiled into an album.

From: 05/05/2019 - 19:22


Messer Chups - Mondo Harp

Y’all, I do my best to stay on top of this stuff, so I felt like a chump when I walked up to the merch table at our local Messer Chups show to find an album I’d never seen before. Their new one no less! To be fair, Mondo Harp has been strangely under the radar, with barely any mention on facebook and not yet having made its way to bandcamp or even Amazon. The opening track “Humanica” has a video available but it’s promoting the tour, not the album.

From: 04/29/2019 - 22:21


Bang! Mustang - 58 Degrees (Surfin' NSA)
'63 burnout - Nashville Stomp (Trouble At The Speedway)
Los Coronas - Tono Viejo (Señales de Humo)
messer chups - das boot (mondo harp)

Hal Blaine - Secret Agent Man (45)
The Hornets - Broadside (Motorcycles USA)
eddie and the showmen - Mr. Rebel (toes on the nose)
The Astronauts - Baja (surfin' with the astronauts)
Walt Lawrence and the Castaways - Cascade (Strummin Mental Vol Five)
Jerry Starr - side steppin' (45)

The Volcanics - Big Bossman (Forgotten Cove)
The Delstroyers - Jezebel (Resurrected)

From: 04/29/2019 - 18:08
Tags: playlist


Toro Jones - Unraveler (Toro Jones Full Length)
The Volcanos - Deora (Surf Quake)
The Volcanics - Quick Draw (Forgotten Cove)
Coffin Daggers - Five Five (Aggravatin' Rhythms)
Langhorns - Fuzzball (club gabardino)

The Orchids - Back Woods (Twistin' at the Roundtable)
Jimmy & Stan - Tahiti (45)
The Arrows - Tee pee (Apache '65)
The Centuries - anniversary hop (45)
Los Aragon - El Bueno, El Malo y El Feyo (45)
Bingo Reyna - El Boogie de la Guitarra (45)

The Jagaloons - Maximum Radiation Level (Ruin the Party)

From: 04/29/2019 - 14:23
Tags: playlist


The Volcanics - Forgotten Cove

I’ve been looking forward to this album for a good while now, especially since I saw the artwork way back at SG101 last year. Though the album cover evokes a bit more narrative and intrigue than anything they’ve had previously, it wasn’t the draw of something new that attracted me – it was the promise of what The Volcanics always provide.

From: 04/16/2019 - 07:50


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