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    • February 25, 2014 2:31 PM CST
    • King Khan and the Shrines are at the Scala in King's Cross on the 24th of April


    • February 25, 2014 1:52 PM CST
    • Voix de Garage #16 – Special Booze & Dope Part 2 (19/02/2014) 

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

      Shake the Dope Out / The Warlocks / Phoenix / 05/11/2002 / US (LA, California) 

      Snowblind / Black Sabbath / Vol. 4 / 25/09/1972 / UK (Birmingham) 

      Speedfreak / Motörhead / Iron Fist / 17/04/1982 / UK (Stoke-on-Trent) 

      *5' French talk* 

      Alone & Stoned / King Tuff / King Tuff / 29/05/2012 / US (Vermont) 

      *Quiet moment* : The Needle & the Damage Done / Neil Young / Harvest / 14/02/1972 / Canada (Toronto) 

      Cocaine / Fidlar / Fidlar / 22/01/2013 / US (LA, California) 

      Alcoholiday / KAOS / Product of a Sick Mind / 1980 / US (LA, California) 

      *The 60’s Chapel* : What a Way to Die / The Pleasure Seekers / single / 1965 / US (Detroit Rock City) 

      Green Fuz / The Cramps / Psychedelic Jungle / 05/1981 / US (NYC) 

      *The Norway lesson* : Suburban Prince Death’s Song / Turbonegro / Never is Forever / 1994 / Norway (Oslo suburbs) 

      *Gimme gimme glitter!* : Waiting for the Man / David Bowie / Bowie at the Beeb / 23/05/1972) / UK 

      Ain’t it Fun / The Lords of Altamont (cover The Dead Boys) / Midnight to 666 / 2011 / US (LA, California) 

      *Play it at maximum volume* : She’s like Heroin to me / The Gun Club / Fire of Love / 31/08/1981 / US (LA, California)

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    • February 8, 2014 3:59 AM CST
    • Voix de garage #15 Special Drugs! Booze! Part I (05/02/2014)

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

      Dames, Booze, Chains and Boots / The Cramps / Look Mom, No Head! / 11/1991 / US (Akron, Ohio)
      High On The Hog / TAD / Salt Lick / 1990 / US (Seattle)
      Cheap Beer / FIDLAR / FIDLAR / 2013 / US (LA)
      *60s Chapel* : Booze Party / 3 Aces & a Joker / Single / 1960 / US (Salt Lake City, Utah)
      Cold Gin / Kiss / Kiss / 18/02/1974 / US (NYC)
      Chardonnay / Mudhoney / Vanishing Point / 02/04/2013 / US (Seattle)
      Born to die in Berlin / The Ramones / Adios Amigos / 18/07/1995 / US (NYC)
      *5' French talk*
      Too Drunk To Fuck / Dead Kennedys / Single / 05/1981 / US (LA)
      Junkie Queen / The Richmond Sluts / The Richmond Sluts / 2001 / US
      *Quiet moment* : Sweet Jane / The Velvet underground / Loaded / 11/1970 / US (NYC)
      Sweet Leaf / Black Sabbath / Master Of Reality / 21/07/1971 / UK (Birmingham)
      Moist Vagina / Nirvana / Rape Me/All Apologies (Single) / 1993 / US (Seattle)
      *The lesson from Norway*: Librium Love / Turbonegro / Hot Cars And Spent Contraceptives / 03/1992 / Norway (Oslo)
      *Must be played at maximum volume*: Stay Clean / Motorhead / Overkill / 24/03/1979 / UK (Stoke-on-Trent)

       - Listen the show here:

    • February 3, 2014 4:41 AM CST
    • Voix de Garage #14 Special « I got an idea!!! » (29/01/2014)


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

      Erotic Neurotic / The Saints / (I’m) Stranded / 21/02/1977 / Australie (Brisbane)

      Ça plane pour moi / Thee Headcoatees / Punk Girls / 1997 / UK (Kent)

      Final Solution / Pere Ubu / single / 1976 / US (Cleveland, Ohio)

      Wild Honey Pie / Pixies / Pixies At the BBC / 1998 / USA (Boston, Massachusetts)

      Help! / The Damned / New Rose (Single) / 1976 / UK (London)

      Happinness Is A Warm Gun / The Breeders / 1990 / USA (Dayton, Ohio)

      Yellow Submarine / Sebadoh / The Freed Man / 1989 / USA (Westfield, Massachusetts)

      We are 138 / The Misfits / single / 06/1978 / US (Lodi, New Jersey)

      *Quiet moment* : Run / Obits / I Blame you /24/03/2009 / US (NYC)

      Un Jeune Homme Bien / Renée Martel / Single (split Les Marionnettes) / 1966 / Canada (Quebec, Drummondville)

      The Urges Theme / The Urges / « Psych Ward » / 2007 / Ireland (Dublin)

      *The lesson from Norway* :Blow me like the Wind / Turbonegro / Party Animals /27/04/2005 / Norway (Oslo, City of Satan)

      *The 60’s Chapel* : Jezebel / Herman’s Hermits / There’s a kind of hush all over the world / 02/1967 / UK (Manchester)

      Life of crime / The Weirdos / single / 1977 / US (LA)

      Let’s Got Get Drunk / Johnnie Allan / Cajun Country / 1980 / US (Louisiana, Ville Platte)

      *Must be played at MAXIMUM volume* :Heartbreaker / The D4 / 6twenty / 10/2001 / Auckland (NZ)


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    • January 25, 2014 7:01 AM CST
    • Voix de Garage #12 – Special NO US! NO UK! (15/01/2014)

      Wasting My Time / The Jackets / Way Out / 2012 / Switzerland

      Tornado Man / Las Aspiradoras / Mil Punaladas / 01/10/2010 / Spain

      Problemas en la mente  / Los Monjes / Single / 1965 / Mexico

      Nothing To Say / Sick Rose / Other Faces / 1994 / Italy (Torino)

      Jesus Christ Twist / Reverend Beat-Man / Surreal Folk Blues Gospel Trash Vol 1 / 2007 / Switzerland

      Russian Huskey / Thee Michelle Gun Elephant / Chicken Zombies / 1997 / Japan (Tokyo)

      *5' French talk*

      Too Much Class For The Neighbourhood / The Dogs / Too Much Class For The Neighbourhood / 1982 / France (Rouen)

      Wild Teens / The Staggers / 7″ release (45T) / 2004 / Austria

      Le Fils De Jacques Dutronc / King Khan and the Shrines / What is ?! / 2007 / Canada (Hazelwood Records(Europe) Vice Records (North America))

      Dirty White Race / Les Thugs / Dirty White Race / 1988 / France (Angers)

      Sad Girl / The Stems / At First Sight, Violets are Blue / 08/1987 / Australia (Perth)

      Something weird / The Stomachmouths / Sweden

      *The Norway moment* Imorgen Skal Eg Daue / Turbonegro / Ass Cobra / 1996 / Norway (Oslo suburbs)

      *The 60's Chapel* Snake Woman / The X-Ray Harpoons / single (split avec The Fourtune Tellers / 2011/ Germany (Köln)

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    • January 12, 2014 2:08 PM CST
    • Voix de Garage #11 – Special lazy-bitchy-only classics (08/01/2014)

      You really got me / The Kinks / single / 4/08/1964 / UK (London)

      Chinese Rocks / Johnny Thunders & The Heartbreakers / LAMF / 3/10/1977 / US (NYC)

      Human Fly /  The Cramps / single / 1978 / US (Ohio)

      *Quiet moment* Under my Thumb / The Rolling Stones / Aftermath / 15/04/1966 / UK (London)

      I’m Eighteen / Alice Cooper / Love it to Death / 21/02/1971 / Detroit (USA)

      New Rose / The Damned / Damned Damned Damned / 18/02/1977 / UK (London)

      *5' French talk*

      (I’m) Stranded  / The Saints / (I’m) Stranded / 21/02/1977 / Australie (Brisbane)

      *60’s Chapell* My generation / The Who / single / 05/11/1965 / UK (London)

      No Fun / The Stooges / The Stooges / 05/08/1969 / US (Ann Harbor, Detroit)

      Sheena is a Punk Rocker / The Ramones / Rocket to Russia / 04/11/1977 / US (NYC)

      *Listen to that greasy glitter sound* Children of the Revolution / T-Rex / single / 8/09/1972 / UK (London)

      *Norway moment* Get it on / Turbonegro / Apocalypse Dudes / 1998 / Norway (Oslo suburbs)

      Ace of Spades / Motörhead / Ace of Spades / 8/11/1980/ UK (London)


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    • February 12, 2014 6:31 PM CST
    • go go go

    • January 31, 2014 12:28 PM CST
    • Ha! I wish...

    • January 31, 2014 3:33 AM CST
    • They're still not sure if the festival will be in Madrid or Toledo. They will announce more bands soon. (wink wink) - Are you thinking about going Kopper?

    • January 29, 2014 3:53 PM CST
    • Check it:

      June 6-7, 2014

      Obviously Dead Moon is playing. But who else?

    • February 12, 2014 12:10 PM CST
    • For those who like thier overdriven fuzz guitars matched with melodic pop vocals this could be for you...!


      Sweet but Deadly proudly presents...



      The Len Price 3 are an adrenaline-pumped pop band from England, forged in the traditions of their Medway Delta roots. They are a revelation to those who encounter them, encompassing all of what you would want from a band in one invigorating sonic experience. Their dazzling live performances feature a thunderous set of well-honed melodic nuggets played at breakneck speed, complete with shiny pop hooks and chrome glazed harmonies. But dig a bit deeper and you will find a rich lyrical content that is full of acid tongued lyrics and wry social observations.

      Third LP ‘Pictures’ gained slavish reviews across the world back in 2010 (Shindig readers voted it their ‘Album of the Year’!!). Fourth LP ‘Nobody Knows’ is out worldwide on February 4th, and this will be the first post-album show. So here’s a great chance to hear live and loud the songs that are currently buzzing around your head!




      As a member of such semi-legends as the Prisoners, The Solarflares, JTQ, Thee Headcoats and more recently The Stabilisers (amongst a much longer list), Allan Crockford has played an important if low-key part in establishing the Medway area's reputation as a hotbed for spirited, uncompromising garage rock with a strong DIY ethic. Playing with such Medway notables as Billy Childish, James Taylor and Graham Day his reputation was as the reliable sideman for more flamboyant figures. Now he has found a late flowering talent for writing his own material.

      The Galileo 7 were formed to play the songs he had been storing up for the last 3 or 4 years. While the band still has the trademark punk ('66 and '76 versions) fire and energy that marks out the Medway sound, there are extra elements in the music that shifts it away from the trademark crashbangwhallop... call it pop-psych, punkadelic, powerpop or whatever you like. If it's energy you're after you won't be disappointed, but there are also tunes and harmonies by the bucketload to guarantee that these songs hang around in your head long after the initial sonic impact has faded.


      The debut album 'Are we having fun yet?' was released in 2010, and second album 'Staring at the Sound' was released on in 2012. This show is a comeback of sorts for them, prevfiewing tracks from album number 3, so anticipation is already high!



      The Sonic Jewels make explosive garage rock, that’s an unholy amalgam of White Stripes, Black Keys (Thickfreakness era), Cream, Hendrix, Who with hypnotic psychedelic heavy riffing. Mojo journalist Lois Wilson calls them "a tremendous live act who manage to conjure excitement and energy from start to finish".

      They appeared on the Acid Jazz compilation 'Hipsters 2' and was dubbed one of the album’s “highlights” by, who said it “puts me in mind of The Prisoners”.


      + DJ Phil Istine (Deviation St/Shindig!/The Kumari) spins all the right records in the right order - garage, beat, mod, psych etc.


      @ The Pipeline

      94 Middlesex St, London, E1 7DA

      Tube/train: Liverpool Street (4 mins)

      7.30pm-midnight. Advance tickets are £7 from here It will be £11 on the door.



    • February 12, 2014 3:55 AM CST
    • Nice to know!

    • February 11, 2014 11:19 AM CST
      Friday February 21st

      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 resident DJ Phil Istine & guest DJ Neil ‘Sick’ Smith (Stay Sick) will be on hand with the vintage vinyl, spinning 45s of garage, beat, rock’n’roll, & other assorted trash.

      Originally formed from the ashes of two small-town garage bands, The Beatpack initially peddled their primal wares from 1987 to 1991, terrorising audiences with their distinctive brand of violent rhythm & blues, intense hessian-sack-clad live shows and acres of hair. Recording an EP, a 45 and an LP for Germany's Screaming Apple Records, aided and abetted by Billy Childish on production duties, the group burned out in a blaze of glory and its members scattered to the four winds.

      Fast forward 20 years and the 'Pack are back. Reunited in order to complete their mission to bring hip-shakin', feedback-screeching, blues-wailing garage-punk R&B to the masses, and featuring original members Simon Harvey (lead guitar), William Bourton Esq. (bass guitar) and Hugh Dellar (screaming and harmonica) alongside new boy Adrian Smith on rhythm and the inimitable Ian O'Sullivan on drums. Their first recordings since 1991 unleash the dynamism and tremolo-laden suspense of ‘I'm Walkin’’ (with its echoes of Oz ’60s punkers The Masters Apprentices and Dutch tongue-tied long haired R&B merchants Q65) along with the crunchy garage of ‘Hey Senorita’ (‘Farmer John’ meets ‘125’ with lashes of timeless testosterone fuelled teen abandon).

      Filling a space that has long been empty in the British music scene, The Mynd Set are the era-bending, genre-defying purveyors of psychedelic freakbeat not seen since the heady days of Swinging London. Rising from the ashes of The Petty Hoodlums, a band that had earned infamy for their enthusiastic covers of beat classics, inadvertently inventing their own unique 'Heavy Mod' genre.

      SHE USES
      A mighty Garage Rock’n’Roll three-piece from London, with influences ranging from Robert Johnson to Pond and beyond.

      Brand new London six-piece playing their debut show. Too early to draw too many conclusions, but spiky garage, glam licks and some classic Stones groove come out from the first demos. In other words, a right hoot!

      @ The Alley Cat
      4 Denmark Street, London, WC2H 8LP
      Tube: Tottenham Court Road
      8.30pm-3am, £4 in advance from, or £7 on the door

    • February 6, 2014 8:20 AM CST
    • (sorry about the bold)

      Отстой : Found this on some blogspot yesterday. Some guy from Russia very cool.


      Bazooka is my favorite band. Theyre from Greece and they kick it!


    • February 6, 2014 2:55 AM CST

    • February 5, 2014 6:07 PM CST
    • Where in Spain are some cool things going on? Rock n roll and cool towns? I've been to Gran Canary it was just bunch of middle age germans in karoki.

      hook me up some good spot pals



    • February 3, 2014 8:48 AM CST
    • It is a hardcore scene here whitch has been the most active scene for last decade. all the punk kids would probably come.

    • February 3, 2014 8:43 AM CST
    • yes and no. only known bands get paid (nobody pays to see a unknown band) but you can get some cash for merch and stuff. lot of people always check out when here are foreign bands expecally indie/punk/rock n roll. the most garage stuff we have got here was bob logIII but I was to young to give a fuck back then but a lot of people came and I think Icelanders would like some goodshit garage rock if it qould be avaivable.

      I would ofcourse spam the internet and give some radiostations tracks and stuff to give it a boost. (got a connection to the most listened air radio in Iceland)

    • January 21, 2014 12:16 PM CST
    • Good to know ! There is good place to play ? 

    • January 8, 2014 3:56 PM CST
    • yo yanks on the way to europe or europians on a way to the u.s. If you buy your plain ticked with the fly company Icelander you get free international flights to your destination with Icelander. It means you can visit Iceland for free for one day. I'll pick u up and feed you and let you sleep at my floor.


      we need some GARAGE!!!!!!!


      no this is not trolling.

    • February 1, 2014 4:08 PM CST
    • THX!

    • January 23, 2014 5:18 AM CST


      We are delighted and excited to announce the MODSTOCK program here

      Early bird tickets are on sale now here

      Write this date in your diary and grab yourselves a piece of the action folks, this is the BIG one. New Untouchables present ‘MODSTOCK- 50 years of Mod’ in London, the birthplace of Mod.

      The Mod phenomenon has touched the hearts and souls of so many people and is still influencing fashion, music, art and culture in the 21st century. This event is a celebration of 50 years of Mod not from its mysterious birth but when it swept across the whole of Britain. Since then it has reinvented itself time and time again to each new generation in keeping with the spirit of its pioneers and originators.

      The four day event over the Easter Holidays 2014 will showcase all aspects of Mod music and culture spanning the last six decades. The Mod scene is now truly global as this event proved ten years ago when artists and disciples from all over the World descended on London for ‘Modstock 2 - 40 Years Of Mod

      The whole festival will be filmed for a future DVD release and TV documentary so make sure you are part of this historical event

    • January 20, 2014 10:00 AM CST
    • Tickets here!


      Venue:100 Club, LondonDate:Sat, 08/02/2014 19:30

      AGMP presents


      + special guests

      + The Spitfires

      + DJ Dave Edwards

      Graham Day – legendary vocalist, guitarist and songwriter for garage/psychedelic icons, The Prisoners. Long Heralded as one of the great lost bands and influential across so many quarters, The Prisoners story is a long one and continues as an ever increasing list of contemporary acts including The Charlatans, The Stone Roses & The Inspiral Carpets cite them as influences.

      Part of the ’80s Medway garage/trash Scene, they soon began to set themselves apart, with their unique sound and at the time unfashionable inclusion of a Hammond Organ in the instrumentation. Played of course by James Taylor (pre-James Taylor Quartet).

      Following the demise of The Prisoners, Graham Day and Allan Crockford joined forces with Wolf Howard and later Fay Hallam, to form The Prime Movers, a rockier more progressive sound including the Earth Church LP, which was hailed by the now defunct Sounds Music Weekly as LP of the year.

      The chaps later returned to their famous garage sound with the formation of The Solar Flares, some truly great LPs and live shows followed, before most recently Graham went on to form Graham Day & The Gaolers.

      The new project, Graham Day & the Forefathers, featured Graham Day on Guitar / Vocals, Allan Crockford on Bass / Vocals and Wolf Howard on Drums. Expect to hear a mixture of new and old material tonight.