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Impala - Wild Night at the Bloody Bucket (El Rancho Reverbo)
De Surfures - Waikiki Fuzz (Fino A Go Go)
Los Twang! Marvels - Marvels a go go (Guitars in orbit)
The Cave 4 - Tribute Pt 1 (Bikini Crash)
los fantasticos - Papa Surf (into the infinity tunnel)

The New Dimensions - Junker (Deuces and Eights)
Citations - Headache (Strummin Mental Part 1)
link wray & the raymen - turnpike u.s.a. (45)
The Champs - Midnighter (GO Champ Go)
Johnny and the Hurricanes - Rough Road (the legends of rock vol 2)

From: 02/05/2018 - 15:40
Tags: playlist


The Irradiates - Lost Transmissions from the Remote Outpost

It's been 4 years since The Irradiates' last LP Revenge of the Plants and though we've had some Arno de Cea & the Clockwork Wizards albums to keep us happy in the meantime, it might be a little disheartening to see that this is a collection of rarities, unreleased tracks and live cuts if you were expecting an album.

From: 01/31/2018 - 15:10


De Surfures - Groove & Sun (Fino a Go Go)
LOS FRENETICOS - Surfin Caravan (el sonido que perdura)
bradipos iv - Amaro e' 'o bene (The Partheno-Phonic Sound of)
el gran miercoles - veracruz 4 (this is surf-steady)

jim doval and the gauchos - Barracuda (45)
The Counts - Chitlin, etc (Frolic Diner Pt. 3)
The Casual-Airs - Thunderbird (Las Vegas Grind Volume 1)
the hollywood persuaders - Agua Caliente (drums a-go-go)
surf kings - Surf Water (compilation)
The Surf Riders - Surfer's Blues (Surfbeat)

CARLO - Surficide (CARLO)

From: 01/29/2018 - 10:35
Tags: playlist


Los Kosmos - Los Kosmos

Let me suggest that you skip the first track. It's a good song, but it's got a thin garage-surf sound that gets the wrong idea across.

From: 01/26/2018 - 10:32


De Surfures - Fino a Go Go

The sophomore release from De Surfures has me wondering why I didn't pay much attention to their first. This album is full of punchy modern surf instrumentals with a great grit and momentum to them, with a few fun twists thrown into the mix. The mix on this is a little funky, with the percussion way up there and guitars at sometimes nearly subliminal levels, and it feels like that mixer is moving around pretty often. It takes some getting used to, but in the end I think I like it. It's a unique sound and it doesn't lose that core rock & roll feeling.

From: 01/17/2018 - 10:30


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