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    • November 18, 2014 8:11 PM CST
    • Oh , well , no harm done. The "Aus' would mean "From" if this were a German poster , but , obviously , it is'nt.  OH ! What's her name , from The  Embrooks ? I saw them , several times , here in the states.

    • November 18, 2014 5:58 PM CST
    • Probably not John, Thee Jezebels are an all girl English group (Ex-Embrooks, Sine Waves) from Hastings, not too far from Brighton, the poster kind of makes it look as if both bands are from Oz when it's only The High Learys.

    • November 18, 2014 5:51 PM CST
    • Glad you liked it. Seriously , this looks like a cool show. I'll have to see if my Sheilagh from Oz knows about The(e) Jezebels. There's a really good all - female band in Adelaide called The Villenettes. I would'nt call 'em Garage , kinda hard to define. They rock.  Pete Curry from Los Straitjackets told them ,"You're already too good for South By Southwest !".

    • November 18, 2014 4:40 PM CST
    • Lamentable John........absolutely lamentable !.........enough to make one drive a nail through ones more sensitive parts !

    • November 18, 2014 4:32 PM CST
    • I went to The Prince Albert , mate. Just to use the bog.  Get it? Prince Albert , in the can ? 

    • November 18, 2014 3:49 AM CST
    • Playing The Prince Albert in Brighton on Friday the 12th of December

    • November 13, 2014 7:33 PM CST
    • COOL.  I had a friend whose band was covering "Bad Girl" by The Zakary Thaks. They learned it from The X-Men's version , so , their flyer read "Playing song by *** , *** , and The X-Men.

    • November 13, 2014 2:00 PM CST
    • It was a great show! They did it very well.

    • November 13, 2014 2:11 AM CST
    • That's a shame. Why is it ending? If you mind me asking.

      I've only been a couple of times. I'll deffo try making it next Friday.

    • November 12, 2014 1:33 PM CST

      Friday November 21st - the last hurrah!


      ‘Tis the end of the road for Deviation Street after five years of destroying ear drums and winning hearts. Come join the final four for an extra special night of celebration.




      A five man atomic age raunch and roll combo playing classic Las Vegas grind, one line instr-o-mentals, Link Wray grooves, a smattering of Mr Cash and the odd little vocal tune ...with a twist. If you locked Grady Gaines, Link Wray, James Brown, Nick Curran, Eddie Angel, Sandy Nelson, Spike Jones and Duane Eddy into a room, you might get The Fuzillis.



      Rock 'n' Roll from old London town. “Combining a mutual respect for 50’s rock’n’roll, lo-fi garage punk, with a touch of glam, The Dedwardians are punching out some hyper energetic live shows and winning accolades all over the place”



      Crazy surf party band from Sarf London. That’s enough to get you wet hopefully.


      ADAM & ELVIS

      Reading four-piece combine their love for delectable walls of sound and their naturally primitive punk energy to create something unusual, but rather pleasing on the ears and the troubled souls. Live highlights include supporting 60 legends The Zombies.


      In addition DJ Phil Istine will be on hand with the vintage vinyl, spinning 45s of garage, beat, & other party trash.


      @ The Alley Cat

      4 Denmark Street, London, WC2H 8LP

      Tube: Tottenham Court Road

      8pm-3am, £4 in advance from,  or £7 on the door


    • October 13, 2014 12:00 PM CDT
      Friday October 17th
      The 5th anniversary!

      Deviation Street is London’s hot hang-out for desperate rock’n’rollers. You’ll see & hear the best new garage and trashy rock’n’roll bands we can find.

      In addition DJ Phil Istine and guest DJ Eric Baconstrip (King Salami & The Cumberland 3) will be on hand with the vintage vinyl, spinning 45s of garage, beat, punk, & other trash.

      A bunch of scruffy mid-60s obsessed miscreants predominantly - but not exclusively - from the south-east of England, and the Hastings area in particular. They peddled a ferocious punk-tinged brand of raw, primal garage R'n'B around the UK and Europe between 1987 and 1991, recording an LP - Could You Walk On Water? - an EP and a 45 for Screaming Apple records, based in Cologne, Germany, along the way. All these recordings were produced by the legendary Billy Childish. They reformed in 2013, and released the “I’m Walkin’” 45 on State Records to much acclaim.

      Welcome back lads. After their explosive start and a sensational four track EP unanimously welcomed earlier this year, the eagerly awaited debut album has just come out. Shindig! says they have “an innate ability to passionately recreate the bashing sounds of the early beat boom”. For fans of The Masonics, Headcoats, Kaisers, Milkshakes and Hamburg-era Beatles..

      Hackney three-piece garage rock’n’roll trio, who soon will be known by new name The Beat Inn Spirit. Their second Deviation Street appearance, such did we enjoy the first.

      The Remnants were left over from disbanded acts The Kleek, The Higharts & Hooligan Choir. The love of The Beatles and 1960's music brought them smashing together to create a band that tried to produce classic 60's music as it should be. They have a great songwriting base too and have some really good danceable tracks that would fit snuggly in-between the classics of yesteryear.

      @ The Alley Cat
      4 Denmark Street, London, WC2H 8LP
      Tube: Tottenham Court Road
      8pm-3am, £4 in advance from
      , or £7 on the door



    • November 9, 2014 3:06 PM CST



      Voix de Garage #32 (05/11/2014) - BACK ON TRACKS!!!!!


      *Jingle* Know Your Product / The Saints / Eternally Yours / 1978 / Australie (Brisbane)

      What’s behind the Mask? / The Cramps /Ohio Demos 1979/ 1992/ US (Aakron, Ohio)

      Number One Crush / The Vaselines / V Is For Vaselines / 2014 / Scotland (Glasgow)

      *Focus on punk from China*

           – Chinese Bootboys / Misandao / Éponyme / 2009 / China (Beijing)


           – I Wanna Piss Around You / Joyside / Drunk is Beautiful / 2004 / China (Beijing)


           – Sand Hammer / Hedgehog / 2011 DEstroy meMOries / 2011 / China (Beijing)


           – Tamen / PK14 / White Paper / 2005 / China (Beijing)

      Agitated/Electric Eels / single / 1978 / US (Cleveland, Ohio)

      Illegal bodies / Simply Saucer / Cyborgs Revisited (from 70’s Recordings) / 1989 / Canada

      Girl like You / The Len Price 3 / Rentacrowd / 2007 / UK (Medway Delta)

      Fan Club / The Damned / Peel Sessions / 1977 / UK (London)


      *The 60's Chapel* Stop and Listen / The Shag / single / 1967 / US (Milwaukee, Winsconsin)

      Hot Generation / The Pandoras / single / 1984 / US (Chino, California)

      Burns My Eyes / Bass Drum Of Death / Rip This / 2014 / US (Oxford, Mississippi)


      *So Glitter!!!*  The Race / Go Go Thunder / Single / 1975 / UK

      *La leçon from Norway* Turbonegro Must Be Destroyed / Turbonegro / Scandinavian Leather / 2004 / Norway (Oslo suburbs)

      *Maximum Volume BIM*Funhouse / The Stooges / Funhouse / 1970 / US (Ann Arbor, Michigan)

      - See more at:

    • November 4, 2014 3:41 PM CST



      Voix de Garage #31 Happy New Season! (29/10/2014)


      *Jingle* Know Your Product / The Saints / Eternally Yours / 1978 / Australie (Brisbane)

      I Wanna Be Sedated / The Ramones / Road To Ruin / 1978 / US (NYC)

      Pills Box / The Joneses / Someone got their head kicked in / 1982 / US (California)

      Heartbreaker / The Raydios / Original Demo Recordings / 1999 / Japan (Tokyo)

      Born in ’69 / Rocket from the Crypt / Scream, Dracula, Scream! / 10/10/1995/ US (Sand Diego, California)

      *The 5' French talk*

      Bad Part of Town / The Royal Flares / single / 2013 / Germany

      *The 60's Chapel* Believe Me / The Guess Who / 1966 / single / Canada (Winnipeg, Manitoba)

      Black Holes in Stereo / King Tuff / Black Moon Spell / 2014 / US (Vermont)

      *The quiet moment* Falling Rain / Reigning Sound / Shattered / 2014 / US (Memphis)

      The Ballad of Dwight Fry / King Buzzo / live / 2014 / US (Aberdeen, WA)

      *Waw, so glitter!!!* Saturday Night / Bilbo Baggins / Single / 1974 / Scotland (Edinburgh)

      I’m a Freak / Wicked Lady / Psychotic Overkill / 1972 / UK (Northampton)

      Drop Dead / The Punks / The Punks / 1976 / US (Detroit Motor City)

      *The Norway lesson* Letter from your Mama / Turbonegro / Never is Forever / 1994 / Norway (Oslo suburbs)

      Devitalize (Live au Mouv’ (2014)) / Chain & The Gang / Minimum Rock and Roll / 2014 / US (Washington)

      *Maximum Volume* Fire Spirit / The Gun Club / Fire of Love/ 1981/ US (Los Angeles)

      - See more at:

    • November 4, 2014 3:36 PM CST
    • VOIX DE GARAGE IS BACK!!!!!!!!!!!!

    • October 5, 2014 11:29 AM CDT
    • Hey dear listeners!

      The after-summer season being pretty busy for us, we could not restart VOIX DE GARAGE in September but we will very soon!

      STAY SICK!!!

    • November 1, 2014 12:35 PM CDT
    • Hi all

      I'll be in Rome for 4 days in november. Any good record shop I should visit ?


    • October 25, 2014 2:43 PM CDT

      Slice Of Life

      ‘Love And A Lamp-post’

      Overground Records

      OVER141CD: 689492155926

      OVER141LP: 689492155919 (Black vinyl with bonus CD)

      Release date: 27th October 2014

      On the way home from the Australian & New Zealand Last Supper Tour in 2011; Carol, Pete and Steve Ignorant found themselves stranded due to the Chile ash cloud. During the long night gazing at the lights of Sydney reflecting on life while drinking beers, Slice Of Life was born. They performed their first gig in The Horseshoe Inn at Wellingborough on the 25th October 2013 and never looked back.

      Slice Of Life is an opportunity for Steve to explore the more contemplative side to his songwriting. A far cry from the aggression of Crass maybe, with the songs in an acoustic setting of: piano, acoustic guitar and upright bass, but nonetheless compelling as Steve opens both heart and soul when reflecting on life and then reminds us just why we should never give up on this world or on each other with his poems and songs that make us think about the world around us and reminds us just why we should still care. 

      Impossible to categorise, Slice Of Life’s first album is up-front and soul-baringly personal. It’s a mixture of songs and spoken word that draws you in and stays with you long after the final note has been played.

      Steve: ‘Years ago I read a book called Brighton Rock, for days the atmosphere of that story stayed with me and I’ve always wanted to create an album that would have that same effect on people.’

      Steve Ignorant is a singer/songwriter and co-founded the anarcho-punk band Crass with Penny Rimbaud in 1977. Apart from doing spoken word performances as a solo artist, he also performed with Conflict, Schwartzenegger and Stratford Mercenaries. In 2007 he performed Crass’s entire Feeding of the 5000 album live at the Shepherds Bush Empire and throughout 2010-2011 presented The Last Supper, touring/celebrating the songs of Crass around the globe, ending with a farewell gig at Shepherds Bush Empire in November 2011.

      In 2013 Steve and Paranoid Visions decided to record an album. The result ‘When …?’, a hybrid of styles, all with a nod to early 80s anarcho-punk. They now perform live on special occasions.

      Carol Hodge provided the female vocals in Steve’s Last Supper band from January 2011. She has been fronting rock bands since the age of 15, including current project Wrecks, Bad Taste Barbies and plays piano and sings in her solo project Crystal Grenade.

      Pete Wilson joined The Last Supper band when he took over on bass in 2011. He has played guitar and bass in several bands, including Wrecks, Andy T and Lies, All Lies.

      Lucas Martin started as a guest bass player but after only one performance with Slice Of Life became a permanent member of the band. Previous projects include Spanish trip hoppers Monoh and sound teching for world renowned jazz and classical ensembles in his ‘day job’.

      Track listing:

      Love And A Lamp-post / Killing Time / Happy Hour / You / Here I Stand / Eleven Chimneys / The Way Things Are / The Home Coming / Slice Of Life

      Overground Records:

    • October 23, 2014 2:28 AM CDT
    • Le concert de Bourges de vendredi 24 est déplacé au Nadir !

    • September 30, 2014 5:46 AM CDT
    • Mini-tour in october for the punk blues one-man band Chicken Diamond:

      5 Oct 2014: Lou's Bar (Liège - BE)

      11 Oct 2014: Armony (Montreuil - FR)

      24 Oct 2014: Le Beau Bar (Bourges - FR)

      25 Oct 2014
      : Le Petit Jourdan (Limoges - FR)

      31 Oct 2014: Grillen (Colmar - FR)

    • October 16, 2014 2:29 PM CDT
    • this forum is dead

    • October 15, 2014 8:10 AM CDT
    • tell me about the best stuff happening in your town wanna tour UK next summer

    • October 11, 2014 9:13 AM CDT
    • it would be good getting some records in the record stores in Iceland, you got any tips or connections there? (I release records).

    • September 29, 2014 1:14 AM CDT
    • Australian garage rock 4 piece Los Tones is touring Europe this October.

      Launching their debut LP "Psychotropic" through Groovie Records.

      Listen to the album @ -

    • September 21, 2014 3:55 AM CDT
    • .....And , I'm not ruling out "Beat on The Brat" and "Two Headed Dog" as possibly still existing on tape , either.

    • September 21, 2014 3:53 AM CDT
    • ....Darren , I could be mistaken. But , I'm giad you picked up on my Tempest theory. I only learned , recently , that she's still alive. I saw her obituary about 10 years ago. Woooooo ooooooo.

       It's possible that Ivy does'nt want to release any unseen girlie photos of herself , as those pics were all taken by Lux. I don't know.  In reality , that's her decision , either way , and I respect that. I could be dead wrong about that , too , but , somehow , that picture does'nt seem to be her.

      Yeah , a "How To Make a Monster" LP set would be the bomb. Slap some covers on there that never turn up , like "My Flash On You" , "Hungry", "You're Gonna Miss Me", etc.

      Wow , a complete , expanded "Gravest Hits" , MERRY CHRISTMAS EVERYBODYYYYYYYYY!!!!!!!!!!!!!

      Come what may , I'm glad this stuff is coming out , that which we know is coming out , and it can't hurt to hope for the rest.......