andy partridge

Andy Partridge

Image Andy Partridge guitar.com   “We do this for the art, not the adulation. I’d rather our music get liked and we get ignored. I don’t want to be adored for anything other than the music.” –  Andy Partridge (XTC)   XTC    iTunes Dear God – Skylarking – 1987   Mayor of Simpleton –…

post pop depression review

VIDEO: Iggy Pop American Valhalla

Death is the pill that’s tough to swallow / Is there anybody in there? by Walter Price   No secret Iggy Pop’s latest album Post Pop Depression is the Godfather of Punk’s most personal album to date and is certainly the outright most intriguing release of the year. An album that seems full of personalized history from…

the naysayers band

NEW: The Naysayers I Hate Your Band

by Walter Price   Aussie garage outfit The Naysayers are back with new spellbinding Rock N Roll single “I Hate Your Band”. Not only are these continuing their careers with revamped but certainly well rooted garage rock but these fuckers can play. This time round they guys are all summer surfed out in blazing gnarls…

chris rolling music

First Listen: The Chris Rolling Squad

From the tip of the darkness…. by Walter Price   I’m near the end of my first listen of The Chris Rolling Squad’s throwback is a state of mind…an education EP and what a kickass concoction of all the best parts of historic rock n roll it is. My first impressions takes me back to…

first clash album

When The Clash Was Rejected

I have a very deep interest in making punk rock happen in the U.S. but I believe that only the finest quality product (like the Sex Pistols album) can achieve that end. by Walter Price   1n 1977 when The Clash released ‘The Clash’via CBS in the UK things were a bit different over in…

¡Aparato! BAND

¡Aparato! “Blitzkrieg Bop”

Post-punk(y), socially conscious ethereal rrrock performed with traditional Mexican@ instruments and b-b-beats! ¡Aparato! believes in human dignity and social justice… by Walter Price   ¡Aparato! have unleashed one oif the most enjoyable clips/tracks I’ve put in my head in some time. Their what if DEVO was a Mexican outfit from LA take on Ramones 1976…