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The Tarantinos NYC release Surfin' the Silver Screen

Tarantinos NYC - Surfin' the Silver Screen

The Tarantinos NYC have a new LP out chock full of film soundtrack surf covers. They've been at it for a while though, and they're starting to dig pretty damn deep - a few covers that I certainly haven't heard! They've also written a few originals! I've only heard a few of the samples on CDbaby, but it sounds like it's got a good punch and a good traditional surf sound.

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Wild Al Hotchkiss & His Aquaphibians release Salty Sea Dawg EP

Wild Al Hotchkiss and his Aquaphibians - Salty Sea Dawg

While Wild Al isn't normally intstrumental, he's dropped off a nice little 4-song release for us. This is definitely pretty heavily psychedelic, slow, and desolate, sort of leaning towards Thee Oh Sees or Ty Segall, but he lists Ventures in Space as one of the primary influences on this EP. If you've heard anything from The Space Agency, you oughta feel this one.

He's got it at a pay-watchu-want level, including free. Give it a lissen

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The Okay-Men release Auf Kassette

The Okay-Men - Auf Kassette

Last time we heard from the The Okay-Men I did some sleuthwork into figuring out just who these mystery men were. Looks like this isn't a one-off side project though, we've got a full LP and in the quick sample listen I did this morning I'd say it's the best Okay/Boo-Men material yet. It's faster, harder, but it's still got plenty of that pogo pseudo-polka beat.

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Horse Rock release The Men From E.N.C.O.R.E. EP

Horse Rock - Men from E.N.C.O.R.E.

Surf is about riding surf boards, but some people like to ride horses. For this we have Horse Rock.

I could continue with horse-related jokes. Something about "galloping rhythms". Then I'd have to think really hard for more parallels. I'd suggest you check out their website instead, it's much funnier than whatever I would say.

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Skurkarna release In the Web of Villainy

skurkarna - in the web of villainy

You (may) have heard of "Crime Jazz" but have you heard any "Crime Rock"?

Skurkarna play rough and tumble instro tunes with clips from noir and crime movies interspersed throughout. Very seedy. For English speakers scratching their heads at the name, I've gathered from the internet that Skurkarna is the plural of Skurk, which is Swedish slang for a villain or scoundrel.

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