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Faz Waltz Move Over

Faz Waltz are far out with a new music video for the title track from their latest album  Move Over. The track moves in memories of 13 Floor Elevators, Sweet and Slade and the complimentary clip delights in its retro green screen fashion and produced by Milkit the same Italian firm that did their ”Kids Are…

Your GTC Top 5 Posts for 31 October 2013

Imperial State Electric‘Reptile Brain Music’ We’ve had a very enjoyable last couple of days over here at The GTC Top 5. I suppose everyone is getting themselves ready for the holidays as we’ve seen Alle Royale’s review page hit record number of views. It’s a great place to go for your gift ideas for sure! Speaking of…

Metallicaliebers!

By Walter Price Do you remember when Metallica were destroying your senses with their earth-shaking and mind numbing albums Kill ‘Em All (’83), Ride the Lightening (’84), Master of Puppets (’86), …And Justice for All ‘(88) and 1991’s Metallica? Even their 1996 Load is a fine listen. Well, things seem to be going differently for the metalers these days. Experiential albums, rockumentries…

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Your GTC Top 10 Week of 21 – 27 October 2013

‘Reptile Brain Music’OUT 29 November 2013 Good Monday Morning Friends! We had sort of slow week posting new stories, interview, reviews etc over the past week due to some behind the scenes goodness. But that is all “good in the hood” as they say…Whoever ‘they’ are.  The biggest surprise of the week has been the…

Billie Joe Armstrong & Norah Jones Do Up Everly Brothers

Everly Brothers – “Songs Our Daddy Taught Us’OUT NOW By Walter PriceWay back in 1958 The Everly Brothers released what was essentially a covers album called Songs Our Daddy Taught Us. They put their mark on classics by Gene Autry, Tex Ritter, Charlie Monroe and more. Kind of an odd album to put out on your sophomore go when you’re one of…

Review: Paul McCartney – ‘NEW’

Paul McCartney – ‘NEW’ OUT NOW By Ken Michaels Paul McCartney’s “New” album is his first release of all-original material since 2008’s “Electric Arguments” CD (under the moniker The Fireman, his collaboration with the producer Youth,) and his first under his own name since 2007’s “Memory Almost Full.” This is the longest wait his fans have ever…

Joan Jett’s Essentials

‘Unvarnished’OUT NOW By Walter Price If you know the history or even a vague knowledge of the history of Joan Jett you’ll know that she (along with her Blackhearts) have made relatively few social and/or professional missteps. This is not to say her career, starting in the mid 70’s with The Runaways up to today, hasn’t seen…

Meet Brian Milson Pt. 2

OUT NOW By Walter Price Brian Milson is the name to follow in contemporary country music. Not only is he writing and recording sounds and verses in the same league as Aaron Watson, George Strait, Blake Shelton or Josh Turner but he is also using his work for the good.  Brian has recently released Nothing Grows In Shadows, a track that puts the…

Review: The Mercy Kills – ‘Happy To Kill You’

‘Happy To Kill You’OUT NOW By Alle Royale It’s not long ago that I talked on these pages about Melbourne’s finest, Mammoth Mammoth, and now another Australian export kicks and jumps to my attention; The Mercy Kills is a half male-half female distortion fuelled quartet, with the proper looks of a teenager’s poster dream, but no…

Your Top 5 GTC Stories 10 October 2013

‘Happy To Kill You’ Happy Thursday to Friends Of The GTC!It has been a blast over here at the ole GTC in the not so sunny Leipzig. We are watching the start of huge career for Australian band The Mercy Kills and the new interview with the man known as Neal Casal really finding a spot in your ‘must reads’. And…

Things You Can Buy 08 October 2013

Cage The Elephant – ‘Melophobia’Out Today Album Release Links (click & enjoy) Cage The Elephant – ‘Melophobia‘! “Cage’s debut album and Thank You, Happy Birthday were like the musical form of an 18th birthday. Rebellious, uninhibited, highly-spirited, they were finally reaching the freedom to explore creative and musical depths of their aptitudes. Melophobia is the…