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The Necronautics - Blast from the Past (The Necronautics)
Los Sedientos Surfistas - El Flaco (Fantástico)
Los Kosmos - V Jope Fantik (Los Kosmos)
The Dead Rocks - Surf Explosao (Surf Explosao)
 
The Journeymen - Work out (rare surf - the south bay bands)
The Atlantics - Stompede (Great Sounds of the Atlantics)
The Citations - The Snake (45)
The Arondies - El Rondie (introducing the arondies)
evans carroll - the monster (horror hop)
The Ventures - Rumble (rock and roll forever)
 

From: 05/21/2018 - 18:10
Tags: playlist


Tor Jones - Toro Jones EP

Always cool when somebody that listens to my show shows me their music, and it’s especially cool when it’s good! This EP comes out swinging with “Bat Outta Hell!” and “Bone Vampire” which have a Huevos Rancheros vibe except with a beefier low-end. Then “Lighthouse Point” cools it off a bit, reminding me strongly Los Straitjackets’ classic “Close to Champaign”. Then “Noche Sin Luna” goes for the creepy vibe before a cover of Sandy Nelson’s bouncy “Big Noise from the Jungle”. Then they wrap it up with “Unraveler”, with a sound more in line with the first two tracks.

From: 05/20/2018 - 09:17


Volcano Kings - Midnight on Switchblade Street

If I’d have known that Volcano Kings were going to release three more EPs after , I would have rationed my hyperbolic praise for them to span the next review.

From: 05/17/2018 - 08:16


The Cameramen - The Cameramen

The first track of Sunken City gives you a good cue of the album to follow: atmospheric lead-in giving a sense of setting and narrative, some vocals reinforcing that, then breaking into unmistakable surf guitar.

From: 05/17/2018 - 08:09


Frankie and the Pool Boys - Spin the Bottle

Frankie and the Pool Boys are still allowed to be a called a supergroup (because they’re super!), but I think they’re done being a side project. For one, they’re a band now -- a core group of members playing on every song instead of a hodgepodge gang of guest artists. And at three LPs they’re starting to rival or exceed the output of some of the bands their members were known for.

From: 05/16/2018 - 09:43


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