January 10, 2019
10. January 2019 By Walter Price 0

GTC Has Fresh Track Picks Real Rock And Roll Music Blog Edition January 10, 2019

January 10, 2019, THEY’RE BACK; RRAR Music Blog has your fresh track picks!

January 10, 2019


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 Tracks by Rival Sons, Tokyo Taboo, and Brian Jonestown Massacre!!

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RIVAL SONS – Feral Roots

by Maria Haskins

One of the things I’m really looking forward to in January is the brand new album “Feral Roots” from Rival Sons. A few tracks have already been released and they all sound amazing, including this, the title track. Jay Buchanan’s voice is front and center here, and the tune has a depth and vibe I really love.

Give it a listen, and then wait for January 25th when the album drops. “Feral Roots” will be Rival Sons first album release for their new label Atlantic Records.


Tokyo Taboo – No Pressure Only Pain

by Maria Savva

Tokyo Taboo currently have a Pledge Music page to raise funds for the production of their upcoming album. Find out more here. Today’s track of the day is the awesome first single from that album, “No Pleasure Only Pain”!

About the song:

“Written about the animal attraction you feel for someone even when you know they will only cause you pain, No Pleasure Only Pain rages with the band’s trademark ferocity as whirring hooks race alongside tremendous beats and the immense power of front-woman Dolly Daggerz’ vocals. As guitarist Mickey Danger’s riotous riffs blast into your ears, the track’s propelled by a feisty power that’ll instantly hit you with its seething frenzied energy. Of the track, Daggerz explains: “It’s like being so totally seduced that you’d sell your body, but wanting to run and hide somewhere on the opposite side of the planet simultaneously! It’s about that sense of danger that we’re sometimes attracted to.”

You can buy/stream a copy of the single via the following this link.

Pre-order your copy of the album and check out the other exclusive merchandise on offer on the band’s Pledge Music page.



by Neil Schiller

Well, nothing says Christmas more than a mid-tempo gloomy psyche-rock masterpiece about dead soldiers, right?

I’ve been a fan of the Brian Jonestown Massacre for a few years now. I discovered them by accident, mainly because the owner of my local record store dedicates about 40% of his shelf space to the band. I think it’s safe to assume he’s a fan. In my opinion, though, they seem to be getting better and better recently. I keep having to hold off from including them on Track of the Day over and over again.

Anyway, I thought this one seemed appropriate for Christmas Day via a very tenuous thought process that led, somehow, through The Farm’s ‘All Together Now’ and Jona Lewie’s ‘Stop the Cavalry’. Ok, well, I did say it was tenuous.

Happy Christmas everyone. Hope it’s a good one.

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