by Maria Haskins
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Tracks by White Miles, Massive & The Cola Heads!!
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WHITE MILES ‘Crazy Horse’
White Miles describes itself as a “dirty pole dancer stoner blues rock duo”, indicating that this is a band with a somewhat original take on both its own sound and image. Whatever you call it, I do like this track a whole heck of a lot.
White Miles is Medina Rekic on guitar and vocals, and Hansjörg Loferer (Lofi) on drums and vocals. The band will be supporting Eagles of Death Metal on tour this spring, and will also be touring with Blues Pills on that band’s European tour
White Miles is a dirty pole dance stoner blues rock duo. People say they are from Madagascar. Medina and Lofi met in 2005. They decided to crash the music scene back in 2011.
After releasing 4 live-videos, they quit their dayjobs and decided to live their dream. They are famous for their crazy rehearsalroom parties with pole dancers, old black and white movies and loud music – what an experience! People say they live in their own world, but the truth is – they make the world their own.
Their debut album “job: genius, diagnose: madness” is a cruise through the deep and dark atlantic ocean, mixed with soulsaving flights across the universe.
White Miles Website / Facebook / Twitter
MASSIVE ‘One For The Road’
I feel like I’ve been waiting forever for a new album from Massive, and I am just loving this new track from the band: it’s got the groove and swing and the swagger I love, and I can’t wait to hear more.
‘One For The Road’ is taken from the new album ‘Destination Somewhere’, set for release on April 22nd from Earache Records, and available for pre-order right now.
THE COLA HEADS ‘Die Young’
Toronto skate/punk/garage rockers The Cola Heads have just released a video for their new track ‘Die Young’. It’s the title track from the band’s latest EP release, and it’s a rough, raw and spiky punk rock tumble of a track. (You’ll spot Diemond band members C.C. Diemond and Daniel Dekay in the video, too!)
The Cola Heads originally formed in 1996 when the band members were just 12 years old, eventually broke up, and then reformed in 2012. Since getting back together, the band has released two EPs: ‘The Cola Heads’, and ‘Die Young’. Check out The Cola Head’s music on Bandcamp
The Cola Heads Bandcamp
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