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Kahuna Kings - Trouble in Paradise (Who wants to party with the Kahuna Kings)
Blue Wave Theory - Gumby Goes Green (Radical Waves)
The Hicadoolas - Vangelis (Sympathy for the Ocean)
marshall and the martins - Bundamba (Bundamba)

The Eagles - Stalactite (45)
The Lively Ones - Heads Up (Surf City)
thom starr & the galaxies - Vamonos (South Bay Surf)
The King Pins - Rod Hot Rod (45)
The White Caps - Hi-Roll (45)
Al Casey - Hotfoot (45)
Dave Cox and the Sharptones - Skateland Boogie (45)

Death Wave - St. Sebastian (Mare Incognitum)

From: 07/22/2019 - 18:06
Tags: playlist


Amphibian Man - Shapes (Side A)

3 releases in less than a year, perhaps Amphibian Man is getting back to his previous furious pace. Though went back to slapping some reverb on that guitar, these 7 songs are about as dry and punk-sounding as they've ever been, to the point where I'd consider this instro-punk instead of instro-surf.

From: 07/20/2019 - 14:37


Cat Sith - Outsider

Cat Sith (or Catsith, they never seem to settle on that) have released 3 EPs and 2 LPs since April of 2018, and every subsequent release gets a little more poisoned.

From: 07/20/2019 - 14:19


WJLP - Assignment Outer Space (WJLP is Out of this World)
The Dangermen - Moon Probe (Meet the Men of Danger)
The Supertones - moonshot part 1 (surf fever 2000)
The Taikonauts - UFO Stomp (mysteriis alienis mundi)

The Citations - Moon Race (45)
The Vistas - Moon Relay (Surf-Age Nuggets)
The Moon Riders - Moon Beat (45)
The Atlantics - Moon Man (The Complete CBS Recordings)
The Vulcanes - Moon Probe (Toes on the Nose)

From: 07/19/2019 - 12:32
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Death Wave - Mare Incognitum

Despite hearing their first EP, something about this led me to believe that it would be fast-n-nasty metal-tinged surf, but Mare Incognitum actually adopts a pretty normal modern surf sound at a normal pace, just dwelling a bit more on the darker side. That's no complaint though, each of these is punchy and fun, almost always danceable, and with a good sense of when to go big, when to sound a little nastier, and generally how to stay interesting and fun.

From: 07/19/2019 - 12:15


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