Italian noiserockers Baratro share first EP

These two tracks are the first thing these Italian noiserockers released and it is pretty damn impressive for a first released, the two tracks are agressive noiserock and sludge with tormented vocals and fast paced riffing. The EP “Terms and conditions” from Baratro for you. This is highly explosive stuff, tune in now.



Danzig covers Elvis Presley’s ‘One Night’

You could ask yourself why the hell I would post the first track of the “Danzig sings Elvis” album on a blog like this?Well, it has three reasons, the first reason is because I can do what I pretty well like because this is my blog. The second reason is my long love for Elvis, for me there will never be another King than Elvis Presley. From his first recordings to his comback and Christmas music, absolutely briliant, all of it. Now the third reason is Danzig ofcourse, the early stuff he did in The Misfits was one the first punk rock bands that got my attention and to this day I still play The Misfits with Danzig a lot (sometimes the ‘Famous Monsters’ album too wich is something else completely). Then a bit later I bought the CD “Danzig II: Lucifuge II”, and from that moment I was howling all those songs like ‘Tired of Being Alive” and ‘Her Black Wings’. Then I saw ‘I Don’t Mind The Pain’ on television in some metal program and I knew it. I was a Danzig fan. Now and then I cruise in my car with my window open and my arm out playing ‘Mother’ way to loud knowing I probably look like an extreme nerd and creep. Now I was ready to blast this Elvis cover thing absolutely to pieces because I was sure it would be a complete abomination but I have to admit it is not, it is just bad, it is just someone who covers Elvis, like in a bar or in agarage with friends. The sound sucks, its pretty boring and nothing really happen. The track was originally written and recorded by Dave Bartholomew, Pearl King, and Anita Steinman. It was an R&B hit for Smiley Lewis in 1956. I will paste these three tracks here and you can do with it as you like.

Florida hardcore punk Android

I don’t have words for this, like I mean I just woke up and I have no desire to write anything about this. If you are here the reason must be for listening to music so stop being and ass about this writing and just listen too it, okay. Jesus, just calm yourself down.

BIKE share video from “Boca Do Sol”

The Brazilian band BIKE has been releasing some excellent music in the past. Highly hypnotic psych rock of superb quality. They shared the video from the track “Boca Do Sol” from their previous album “Quarto Templo” a while ago wich was released November last year. It is always good to revisit some Bike. Be sure to check out the rest of that great album.

noisepunk from 44 Days

I recently made a list of elektro infused noiserock and this band is just a gorgeous example of this electronic noisepunk. I can’t find the band 44 Days on social media so I don’t really know a lot about them. The name of the band and the sentence “44 Days is a long time to suffer” is pretty grim certainly if you look it up. So, I don’t really know much but their music is absolutely insane. I feel I stumbled upon a hybrid of Daughters and Thank. Their tracks are extremely powerful, the electronic fits perfectly in to the heaviness. I added them to my robonoise list. I can only keep saying this but this is absolutely amazing and one of the best things I heard this year, this is so explosive and passionate! Listen to it, every frikkin track is really really good!


The insanely good and heavy sax list

Some people say sax is making a comback in rock music, but was it really there in the first place? Is there a comeback? Is there heavy music with sax in it that is good? I know of some people that have to vomit only if they see a saxophone and others that just get weak legged and fluffy when they hear it. I love saxophone in heavy music, especially in experimental music, noiserock and the likes. Today I will be your Cosmic Captain and I will fly you through my favourite tracks with sax in it from mellow psych to destructive noisepunk and, well yeah mostly jazznoise. Fix yourself a glass of red wine, fill the bath, add some rose petals and enjoy these heavy experimental tunes. (There is a band in there with a trumpet that is insanely good but that is basically the same thing right?)

“Sleep Running” by Baklavaa

If I listen to a full album I always start with the second song, then the first, then the last and then the rest like a normal person by wich I mean in correct order. I don’t know why I do this, I just do, okay. So I started with the second song from the new Baklavaa album and that song is called “A Thousand Dinners” and I thought: “What in the name of Coco Pops is this”. This is an epic blend trippy cosmic noise and this is the music that hits me right in the feels. So on to the last song on the album wich is called “Glowing House” and it starts again with a hypnotic bassline, faraway vocals and slowly building noise and atmosphere, so this is quite experimental music which I love. The first song shows their true colors, Baklavaa is an experimental postgrunge psychedelic noiserock band, I am sure of it.  The rest of the tracks give only more sublime experiments, from heavy in your face rock tracks to hypnotic indie tracks. Conclusion: The Baltimore  band Baklavaa made an excellent album with “Sleep Running”. Out February 28 with 20/20 records (vinyl) and Crass Lips records (tape).

The Kronk Men

The stuff that comes out on Forbidden Place Records is always pretty damn cool and it is no different with the Oregon rocker The Kronkmen. They released their thrid album called “3” (who could have guessed that?). This is ten tracks of panic induced surfnoise. Though I always miss vocals on bands like this I have to say I really like this album, the basslines are supercool, its catchy and superentertaining. Listen to The Kronk Men and buy their LP.



Garage fun with Slomo Sapiens

Are you ready for a good dose of Philadelphian garagefuzz? These five dudes create very fuzzed out garage and psych, the kind that gives you loads of energy, the makes you jump around like a twerp. Their album “Cabin Fever Dreams’ is out since March 20. It starts off quite dreamy but the groove and garage soons joins the party. Be cool and listen to Slomo Sapiens. Pretty damn cool music in these times. Enjoy

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DEAD release “Raving Drooling”

“Raving Drooling” is an album made of riffs, riffs that we need, that you need, riffs that i am pretty sure could save us against the virus, they are so heavy and dense they could level a building with the first chord of the first track. This really cool album is made by the Australian duo DEAD who also manage the label Weemptyrooms. On this album are 7 tracks that been put really good together, they immediatly get stuck in your head, vocals fit perfectly in the music. The tracks are varied so this is a real good listen from start to finish. Tune in and listen to DEAD. Buy it on their bandcamp or on Wantage.

Favourite track: Repeating A Bad Decision.

16 Live Sets To Watch During Isolation – Part 4

Brad did Part 1, Part 2 and Part 3 of these live sets and I just could not help myself and just rip of his project make a part myself too. Brad’s taste is mostly psychedelic rock, mellow and chill psych tunes (here and there some heavy stuff). I love this stuff and I got to know a couple of bands I have never heard of on his posts and still have a couple of hours listening pleasure on those posts. But I wanted to share some live sets of the heavier stuff too. So, while most of us are in quarantaine, check out these noise rock sets. I really wanted to share Girl Band to start with but seems like Brad is a pretty big fan too and shared it already!

The Jesus Lizard

Lets just start with one of the best noiserock bands there is. This is a video taken in July 14, 2009 with the original lineup—David Yow, Duane Denison, David Wm. Sims, Mac McNeilly. Watch their reunion show at Nashville’s Exit/In.


Can’t really do a list without the Melvins right? The should not be any list without them. JaMINTHEVAN has some incredible sets, be sure to check out more from that channel. now shut up and listen to the Melvins do their thing in 2017.


Here is quite possible my favourite noiserock band. The bands latest album “You Won’t Get What You Want” completely blown me to bits and you should watch their set at adult swim’s fishcenter live (2019).

Xiu Xiu

I know, I know, Xiu Xiu is not really noise rock but I am such a fan of this band, their noise, expermental and catchy stuff makes this such a special band. This is a live show that some russians made with here and there an interview in between. Check out “For The Benefit of All Living Beings”


Bruxa Maria just delivered an incredibly heavy new album this year and I had to include them because they are goddamn impressive. Check out the noise and sludge on the this Live at The Victoria 2019 Set.

Casual Nun

Another one just like Bruxa Maria that has delivered an extraordinary album this year. Combining heavy psych, experimental heaviness and noiserock. This is The Lexington Feb 2020 Resort For Dead Desires Launch Show.


Had to search a while for a good show, GNOD is something else, they have this side projects mixing ambient electronics and weird noises but their main project is still one of the heaviest noiserock bands I have ever heard. This is the  IMPATV 146 – GNOD LIVE AT ROCKET RECORDINGS 20 – FULL SET.

Sly & The Family Drone

Fourty minutes of experimental stuff by the jazz/noise collective Sly & The Family Drone. Live at The Dome, London 2018 – FULL SHOW


Probably not really noise rock either but Boris is awesome, the Japanese doomlords make experimental japanoise and doom. check out their Boiler Room Tokyo Live set

New Primals

you haved to click on ‘watch it on youtube’ because it is the streaming show of the release from the new album by New Primals. This is the album “Horse Girl Energy” LP Release show with Birth Order. clickclickclickstream.

Thurston Moore

I choose the Thurston Moore band and for a change not the Sonic Youth show, I really really like this KEXP live prerfomance, its filled to the brim with energy. Absolutely  watch the whole thing.

Pissed Jeans

Pissed Jeans can only deliver extremly good noiserock and they do it at the Johnny Brenda’s Philadelphia Show too.


Again, one of the leaders in today’s noiserock scene, check out the performance of Metz on KEXP. Good, insanely good.

Les Rallizes Denudes

Les Rallizes Denudes maybe one of the strangest band on this planet, their is a shroud of mystery around the history of this band, they also make the most incredible music. Check out two of these videos in very bad quality, but hey, it is Les Rallizes Denudes.

Seven times is better: Listen to the thunderous riffs on the new Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs album “Viscerals”

A band like this need a long title and the UK riffmonsters Pig Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs sure deserves a long title. They are back with a new album on Rocket Recordings, their previous album “King of Coward” is not completely digested and here they are already with a new one. This one is called “Viscerals” and may be more brutal and filled with even better riffs then the one before. 

I remember I had the same feeling when the first album of Red Fang came out, it unleashed something in me, some energy I did not know was there. Pig Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs are masters in intensity, songbuilding and heaviness, this music is perfect for psych, stoner and doom fans. It is also very good for fans of angry yelling. I let my girlfriend listen (who hates loud music) and she actually said “I’ve heard worse stuff, the name is ridiculous and there is too much guitar, drums, bass and yelling.” So wow, this is really good, normally she tries to destroy the speakers or me.  Check this album out now, soo the incredible video for the track “Rubbernecker” again and listen again and then buy the album. Tune in and listen to “Viscerals” now. Out on Rocket Recordings.


Damaged Bug (John Dwyer) shares second track from cover album

John Dwyer from Oh Sees returns with his Damaged Bug project. His previous album “Bunker Funk” was from 2017 and now the psychedelic master is back wich is splendid news in these dark times. This time it will be a cover album with covers from Michael Yonkers. The track “I Tried” is already out and now we get the second track called “Sold America”. The album “Bug on Yonkers will be released on Castle Face records on April 24.

Tropical Fuck Storm drop cover sung by Amy Taylor

This is just incredible fun, Tropical Fuck Storm dropped a new track recently called “Supurbiopia” wich is great and you can listen to hear but now they have released a cover of the Australian punk band The Saints. The track “This Perfect Day” is sung by sung by Amy Taylor from Amyl & The Sniffers with drums by Sean Powell from Surfbort. The band is calling them sNIFFsURFsTORM wich makes everything just so frikkin much fun. Tune in and have a good time. These two tracks are on 7″ that you can get on Joyfullnoise.


Daughters share The Cramps cover “What’s Inside a Girl”

“Really Bad Music for Really Bad People”  is a tribute album to the Cramps. The album will be released digitally as well as on limited edition vinyl on May 1st on Three one G. You can pre order it here. This compilation has the most amazing list of bands and will be one of the best albums of the year without a doubt. The first track shared was from Metz , the second one by Zeus! feat. Mike Patton with the track “Human Fly” and now we get a new track from Daughters (wich might be my favourite noiserockband) doing the “What’s inside a Girl” track.

Child Bite “TV Set”
Metz “Call of the Wighat”
Secret Fun Club feat. Carrie Gillespie Feller “I Was a Teenage Werewolf”
Chelsea Wolfe “Sheena’s in a Goth Gang”
Sonido de la Frontera “Zombie Dance”
Qui “New Kind of Kick”
Zeus! feat. Mike Patton “Human Fly”
Retox “Garbageman”
Magic Witch Cookbox “People Ain’t No Good”
Microwaves “Don’t Eat Stuff Off the Sidewalk”
Daughters “What’s Inside a Girl”
Panicker “I’m Cramped”

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The Italian band Hallelujah! makes very strange music ranging from weird synth music to agressive noisepunk. The synths are always there and make this whole album a bit nuts, a bit crazy and unhinged. I like it when things get weird and Hallelujah! sure does this. So lets get weird and listen to their latest album thats called “Wanne Dance”. Out on Maple Death Records.


The German band Kombynat Robotron released an LP together with Snakes Don’t Belong in Alaska last year and it was an absolutely mesmerzing work so it comes as no surprise that their new EP  with to tracks of 7 minutes is again extremely hypnotic kraut. The EP is callled “KR I” and was released January 27. BUT WAIT, they just released another work called “Recklinghausen” and the focus of this fine piece of meditative psych is softer, more dreamlike and has a lot of postrock and kraut influences. AND WAIT, part II is here too, check out “KRII” too. Tune in for the world of КОМВУИАТ ЯОВОТЯОИ.

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Thurston Moore and Chelsea Light Moving members share new song

This track is recorded in 2014 but is now just surfacing. Thurston Moore shared this when they released the song.

“It’s Sunday 29 March 2020 and we are all on the same page in our shelters if we are so lucky with food and drink if so blessed and with a loved one or two or three if the gods are really shining – maybe they are – i always feel they are, even in the worst of times – faith is key – religion is what you want for your own devotion to being here and now and today i love rock n roll “do you love rock n’ roll” ” i do – and i love you” the resonant response of the Earth. We are fighting for each other hopefully with dignity despite the horror shows abounding in the hospices where brave soldiers save lives as much as they can – we salute you with loud love and raised guitars. it is time to pray to overthrow the weak governance of merchants of greed, insurrection blowing wild from the amplifiers, our hearts held in Sunday service.”

Tune in for the track “Sunday Service”.

Thurston Moore Talks Patti Smith, Glenn Branca, Minor Threat ...

Acid Mothers Reynols release Vol.1

I think by now nobody is following all the different offshoots of Acid Mothers Temple, each more crazy then the other. Now let us have a look what we have here. This time the legendary Japanese psych band released and album with Reynols who seems to have quit fifteen years ago and is now back. Reynolds is an Argentinian group guided by the drummer-singer-spirit Miguel Tomasin, known for his embodied chants, his absurd proposals and his chromosome 21 in three triplicate.  With more then sixty recordings Reynolds team up with Acid Mothers (who knows how many recordings they have).

These four tracks are trippy trancelike songs, a celebration of the universe (and probably mushrooms too). Tune in for volume 1 out on the French label Vert Pituite La belle.

If you just can’t get enough of all these cosmic stuff then click on this Japanese psych list. Or this list about Acid Mothers Temple.

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Ty Segall release cover album “Segall Smeagol”

Ty Segall, the ever working rocker, has some free time on his hands due to the virus. So he decided to make covers of his favourite tracks of  Harry Nilsson.  So I can only say enjoy the fuzz yet again from Segall and Happy Pandemic Day to you! “Segall Smeagol” is released today and it is pretty frikkin great.

Ty Segall Releases New Harry Nilsson Covers EP: Listen | Pitchfork

The Noise Birds released “The Dark Sea Hides A Bright Light” on Riot Season

The Noise Birds are made of 水晶の舟 Suishou No Fune (Japan, Pirako & Kageo) and Numinous Eye (USA, Mason Jones & Mike Shoun). These two bands have made a recording session together in 2007. This session was released by Essence Music label from Brazil named “Black Flowers Of The Forest In The Cosmos”. Now The Noise Birds are back with new music. Their new album “The Dark Sea Hides A Bright Light” is released on Riot Season on March 20. On the album are three tracks, all of them very long and that is good because this is music that you have to immersive yourself in, the tracks build slowly and they build a gorgeous atmosphere of trippy guitar music.

I have added The Noise Birds to my growing list about new and old Japanese psych and noise list called “The Cosmic Side of Japan”.

Australian noisepunkers KNT share “Fix My Head”

Straight from Melbourne comes the inyourfacenoisepunk band KNT. This is kind of a new band and they start in absolute style. Their first released track was called “Trippin” and was released last year in October and is full of energy, riffs and fun. The band seems to be doing something between metal, nu metal and punk and it is absolutely fun to listen too. Their new track “Fix My head” is really good and although not a fan of remixes this one of that track is really cool too. Impressive start of a band. If you are looking for noisepunk that is fun too than this could be your new favourite band!

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Favourite tracks of March

Ah March, beautiful March, the month in quarantine, the month of sickness, the beginning of the end of the word. You people were all so stressed out and buying toiletpaper that almost nobody came looking to my magnificent website. So I made a quick overview of the death month. This list is extremely cool, the bands that released music this month where again incredible so take your time and listen. really awesome stuff, I put some releases a bit bigger because they are so cool.

Second Sex Swing

This is the second Sex Swing track from their upcoming album “Type II”. Over the years they had members from Mugstar, Bonnacons of a Doom, Part Chimp, Dethscalator, Earth, Dead Neanderthalls and Idles and I don’t know who else. Their first track was called “Valentine’s Day At The Gym” and now their released their secodn track “Passover”. The band continues on the track of fuzzed out and noisy experimental psychedelia. These two tracks are very phnotic and promise much good for the full album wich will be released May 15. Accompanied with tasty video.


Dump #23 – Covid style

I can’t really follow anymore, their is too much, so when it’s to much I dump it. And now I dumped it Covid Style. This is number 23, a lot of different genres all in one frikken list.


ATX noisebands Transfixr, Shiv and rocker Jim Mathias try give it a try under the name Bullnose. Check out their latest two tracks here.


This is a remaster of “Si Nihil Aliud” from 2004 that will be released on vinyl on Bigout records.

The K.

Fancy looking at half a dude that is half dressed for  three minutes? well you are in luck, the Belgian rockers The K. have released their second track and video called “Shit Day” from their upcoming album “Amputate Corporate Art” that will be released April third.


“Black Milk Celebration Day” is top notch fuzzy garage rock perfectly for all your corona pains. Tune in and rocknroll.

The Fight

NY hardcore band The Fight shared a couple of dirty tracks from their upcoming album “Endless Noise”.

Rid of Me

Four tracks of raw punk are comming our way from the Pennsylvania trio Rid of Me.


A basement recorded garagepunk album called “Medusa Pond” by the NY band Spyrodon. Noisy fun made for you.

Kosmic City Friends Vol. 1

A various artists compilation is always fun. these are mostly psychpop tunes. A bit softer is okay now and then. Enjoy.


Belgian rockers Heisa are back with new music. On April 24 their new album “joni” will land. This is their first track/vid from that album.

Heckel & Jeckel

“Welcome in Crow crasti nation” is the new EP by angry rockers Heckel & Jeckel. The riff fueled beast is out on Pogo Records. check them out now.


Uk duo Export makes dirty, agressive music. A mix of trap and noise. perfect for waking up on a monday morning. get your slap in the face with the new track from Export.

Lucid Grave

“Goddess of Misery” will be out April 4th on Virkelighedsfjern. The first psychedelic doom track “Innocent Killer” is up for a listen now.

Cosmic Monster

“Some Thing Out There” is the new EP by instrumental rockers Cosmic Monster. Two tracks that show a really cool combi of noiserock and psych.

Stella Splendens

Florida rockers Stella Splendens return with new music. Their new EP “Chromatophore” is a nice between post punk and noisy rock. Tune in now.


With Flagman I got the same vibes like i listen to a metal album when I was sixteen, wanted to jump around like a ridiculous dilde semi-trashing the place but still being careful not the break anything of your stuff. Flagman sounds like a mix between nu metal and exotic dancing pop.

The Velvoids

This Greek psych duo originated in 2003, made two EPs, released their debut in 2004, then going on hiatus to return in 2007 and has released a lot of stuff since then. Now you can order the new album “Mother” by the Velvoids here, out March 27, 2020. Check out the track “Let it Breathe”.

Dead Lucid

The Chicago rockers released their “Desolation” Ep wich is a nice blend of postpunk and psych.

Teen Mortgage

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J A V A 

“Implode / Explode” is the new album by Tel Aviv band J A V A. Expect some fuzzed out psych.


Chesterfield rockers Blanchard will release their new EP “Holy Shit” on the first of May. Check out their first track  “Holy Shit pt. 1” here.









Steve Palmer releases “Useful Histories”

On February 7 the Mineapolis guitar player Steve Palmer released his second album “Useful Histories” on Sunrise Ocean Bender Records and Deep Water Acres. On these five tracks Steve palmer creates a hypnotic atmospere with has kraut rythms and cosmic guitar vibes. “Useful Histories” is a beautiful record that truly soothes the soul. Lay back and enjoy these hypnotic tunes.

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The Spectre Collective release ” Delirium Imperium”

These new Zealanders have released some pretty cool music already. “Electric Waffle” and “Cosmosis” where both released last year and have given me some cosmic fun. Now they return with a new record called “Delirium Imperium”. This album is a quality blend of psychpop, kraut and fun. Tune in and check them out now.

The Spectre Collective Drop Psych Track 'Swamp Fling' + Video


Flat Worms to release “Antarctica”

The LA fuzz rockers return with a new album called “Antarctica” on April 10 on Ty Segal’s GOD? imprint on Drag City. They released the first track “Market Forces” a while ago and now close to the release of their album we get a new track called “The Aughts”, wich is a great postpunk/fuzz tracks. Tune in now and check it out.

Experimental second track by promising new band Gary, Indiana

I have told you a couple of times know that i am really in this experimental music, escpecially this experimental noiserock where the just push the bounderies of the genre, mixing it up with electronics, industrial, samples, psych and whatever. Gary, Indiana is such a band and a new band too, they are a duo from the UK and they already released their first track “Berlin” wich you can listen to here but now it is about their secodn released track called “Pashto” and this this does the trick for me. This I really like, switchen between industrial noiserock to uplifting electronic beats with some good vocals makes “Pashto” a very good track and makes this Gary, Indiana a very promising band for me. I really hope to hear a lot of stuff in the future from this duo.


New Primals release ‘Horse Girl Energy’ on Learning Curve Records

New Primals make that in your face super energetic jumpy noisepunk and they do it really great. “Horse Girl Energy” ozzes fun and energy. This is one of those heavy, noisy albums that are really cool te  listen to, people are screaming, guitars are trashing everything but somehow it makes you happy to listen to.

I am bored shitless and all this heavy music really helps me through the day, taking long walks with New Primals makes me feel good, listening to their dirty punk while seeign absolutely no one. Listen to their new album “Horse Girls Enery” that was released on Learning Curve Records.

Favourite track: Wax Poets

The Lovely Eggs share “This Decision” and “Still Second Rate”

Uk psych/punk band The Lovely Eggs  released two new brand new tracks called “This Decision” and “Still Second Rate. . The Lovely Eggs are a UK band that has a 13 year carreer making psych and punk. This is a mind melting heavy garagepsych and promises more good stuff. The tracks are take from their upcoming album “I am Moron” wich will be released on April 3. Tune in for some fine heavy rockin.

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Experimental musician LINGUA IGNOTA share O Ruthless Great Divine Director

By know you probably know the experimental artist LINGUA IGNOTA wich has released some pretty awesoem material in her own name as well in the band Sightless Pit. She creates a blend of classical music, industrial and noise. This does not really fit entirly on Fuzzy Sun but I love how far she takes the music and creates something really extraordinary.  So tune in and enjoy.

If you are into a bit more hardcore sounds then this next thing will be right up your alley. Some celebs shared covers of the “Imagine” track and this was the response of Lingua Ignota.

Check out her previous release “CALIGULA” while you are here.


Exclusive Premiere – Nunchukka Superfly by Dead: Not your friendly neighborhood Aussies

Notoriously hard to google, ‘Dead’ is a heavy band from down under.

‘Nunchakku Superfly’ is the third track made available from Dead’s upcoming EP ‘Raving Drooling’, and it’s promising. There’s a lot of shredding guitars, heavy riffs and hardcore screaming, and it’s all packed in one and a half minute. Also, there’s a complete lack of structure, good taste and overall common sense, but that’s just how we like it.

‘Dead’ consists of two band members, they’re called Jem and Jace. They look like your friendly neighbourhood Aussies, but their music and lyrics suggest otherwise. After a first listen and a closer look at the artwork, you can’t help to imagine J &J running through the streets, raving and drooling, carrying nunchucks and screaming ‘Superfly’ to no one in particular. The locals are scared out of their wits, if it’s not the zombie apocalyps, the coronavirus has clearly reached their doorsteps.

All kidding aside, the track is awesome, the riffs are massive, and there’s power in every note. Be sure to check out J&J’s label ‘Weemptyrooms’, lots of cool stuff to discover.

Hot Rock Action 2020

Reptilian Records is releasing pretty freaking awesome stuff lately, we got a new Chief Tail record and a Hoaries/Beige Eagle Boys split and faster then Covid-19 can spread we get a new split, this time a four-way split wich are the best splits if we are being honest. On this great thingy we new tracks from Bulls, Hoaries, Sinking Suns, and Super Thief. Each band as awesome as the next this fourway is going to rule. Follow this Label, Follow these bands, follow me, follow you, follow whoever you want but buy this split here. Listen, it is so loud and cool.

Track of the week: “Meat” by Blóm

It is amazing! Its is idontknowanymorewhatday day of the quarantaine and I am still alive. Good People, this bag of organs and badly stiched together skin and bones woke up this morning feeling just fine, yes, fine. And I put on my morning tea (with a bit of lemon) happily checkin the news how many dead where in my city now. And then, Pop!, a pop up! “Single Drops Tommorow” it reads, this is coming from the facebook by the Newcastle upon Tyne noisepunk band Blóm. They will release their new album “Flower Violence” on the amazing Box Records soon. The first single “Be Kind” is already released and is quite incredible people. Now we get the second wich is called “Meat”. For me it is quite clear, Blóm truly rules, they absolutely own their original heavy sound, they are fast and ferocious. Their new track “Meat” is again in your face, beautifull riffs, angriness and fun dripping from my headphones,  This is the kind of band I really love and that i recommend to everyone (then everyone looks really strange at me and walks away because they like justin bieber probably). Out May 1 On Box Records. Be Amazing Listen to Amazing.

Cuntroaches​/​Guttersnipe Split

You know that moment you want to completely destroy something, you know like smash something extremely hard, preferably  someones face but since that is not okay you really want to smash something else but there is nothing to smash and you only get more mad. Well, I do not have a solution for that but I do found music that makes it way worse, that feeling will multiply by ten and you will come out stronger or dried up like a raisin. Funny this split is out on Anxious Records, very fitting.

Cuntroaches are from berlin and make experimental electronic noisepunk.

Guttersnipe are leeds most famous noisemakers, probably.

Do you want to punishing music, do you want anti-virus music? maybe even want people to stay away. Listen to the gorgeous Cuntroaches​/​Guttersnipe Split.


This is one of earth most fascinating bands. Acid Mothers and its many offshoots has produced so much music I don’t know if the bandmember even remember everything. I know I tried to make some kind of guide but I am still stuck at part I. It is like opening the box of pandora, you start of and think, hey this is cool, so much music and then it kust don’t stop, the same bandmembers are switching bands, quiting, starting different bands with almost the same name or side project that are something completely different, it just does not stop. As far as I know they released “Reverse of Rebirth in Universe” in riot season in 2018, a re-release called ‘Either The Fragmented Body Or The Reconstituted Soul’ on Necio Records and a very dirty split with Orphan Goggles in 2019 and rework  of ‘Minstrel In The Galaxy’.

Their new album “Chosen Star Child’s Confession” and new line-up (Kawabata Makoto, speed guru, Higashi Hiroshi, Jyonson Tsu, Satoshima Nani , Wolf) is called “Chosen Star Child’s Confession” and will be featuring Geoff Leigh (ex Henry Cow).

Tune in for the first track “Nightmarish Heavenly Labyrinth” now.


Eye Flys release “Tub of Lard”

Long ango I listenened mostly to metal but for years now I have been listening mostly to psych and noiserock and here and there some metal albums but I have to say this Eyes Flys band with members of Full of Hell, Backslider and Triac and stuff brings it all back for me. This is just no nonsense riffing heaviness. Ten tracks of goddamn good metal with some noiserock and sludge vibes. “Tub of Lard” brings my love for some good metal back. Turn up the volume and be blown away.

Favourite track: “Predator and Prey”

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Child Bite release “The Fool, The Creeper, The Masochist” and “Nerve Quaker”

On Housecore records last year was the latest album by Detroit heaviness Child Bite. A full LP filled with fingerlickin good riffs and dissonant guitar noise. “Blow off the Omens” was an absolute blast of an album and now they released their three tracks that were written & recorded soon after recording Blow Off The Omens wich come from the Child Bite Side of the Ringworm / Child Bite split 7″ (2019, Failure Records & Tapes).

And if that is not enough awesomeness they also released “Nerve Quaker”, the track from their split with Brain Tentacles 7″ (2019, Learning Curve Records).

listen to some Space Streakings

Do you like your music pretty weird, do you like your guitarmusic a bit wacko and chaotic then you will like SPace Streakings for sure. Two out of print singles are digitally available together with a densely illustrated 18-page PDF comic book that reproduces the original 7″ and comic book set packaging. Recorded in 1993 by ZENI GEVA’s K.K. Null and remastered in 2020, both tracks are exclusive to this release.

Where else would this be released then on the great Skin Graft label ofcourse. Tune in for some absolute Japanese crazyiness and if you are hungry for more check out my Japanese list – The Cosmic Side of Japan -.




Pretty Lightning release “Jangle Bowls” on Fuzz Club

I have listen to a lot of Pretty Lightning over the years and always enjoyed it, here and there a track that really stuck and stayed in my favourite tracks. Their previous album “The Rythm of Ooze” was a great piece of psychedelic rock but I think we can speak of a whole new level on their new album “Jangle Bowls” wich is released today on Fuzz Club. Their new album is very hypnotic and instantly grabs you, it is way more catchy, there is way more repetition and the level of fuzz on it is just gorgeous. In times sounding a bit like the bluesy version of The Black Angels. The German duo have been doing this for quite a while and I believe it is on this album they show what they are worth. “Jangle Bowls” is a splendid mix of kraut, fuzz, blues and psychedelic rock. The mix of the more heavy tracks and the bluesy psych tracks is in perfect balance. This is one of the best psych albums I heard this year and it makes my quarantine way better. Feel the fuzz and tune in for this absolutely marvelous new album.

Favourite track: “Greyhoud”, “Boogie At The Shrine”, “There is Ooze on our Shoes” and “Shovel Blues”

Music for the endtimes: Willy Organ

It is day 3 of the quarantine I am starting to cave in, I am starting to give up. Kid number 1 is asking the same question over and over and over and Kid number 2 can’t talk yet but makes a lot of gurgly noises nonetheless. I am eating 5 hot meals a day and chocolate is my new type of fruit. Stinking in my pyamas is my new style and I can fart like Donky Kong on speed. I have been listening to Chat Pile the last couple of days because the gloom of the band perfectly fits these times.

Now suddenly, without warning, snot starts running out of my nose, my throat hurts and I think this may be the end. The stress and tiredness is taken over after 3 days of pure terror and suddenly I paused Chat Pile and remembered the New Synth Wizard, The Master of the Life Song, the new Ghentian artist Willy Organ! Willy Organ does not fit on this website at all, not even a little bit, yet he has given one of the best live shows I have ever seen, his lyrics are beyond beautiful (it is in Dutch so I suggest you learn Dutch as fast as possible so you can truly enjoy this music) and he deserves to be on every site. Willy Organ’s music oozes existential dread, it asks questions that make you look deep into yourself at these bleak times. Willy Organ’s music is what I need and I don’t know if you will need it too but I wanted to post it mostly because I can and fuck you and because I just sit here in quarantine and I wanted to post something else for a change.

This new Belgian word wizard wil release a new album that will be called “Jonge Plant” that you can pre-order on bandcamp. And you should buy it because he may be a wizard, he needs money for food and drinks. If you can’t get enough of Willy you can just look him up on youtube and you will find a lot more. His new album will be released June 5.

I also embedded Willy doing a cover of Type O Negative’s “My Girfriends Girlfriend” called “Mijn Vriendins Vriendin”.

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We Wild Blood back with new music

Th previous album by We Wild Blood was “Blood/Money” and was released on Hominid sounds somewhere in 2019. We Wild Blood is Andy Clydesdale (shjruken heads), Dan Hunt (luminous bodies), Marion Andrau (melting hand) and Ben walker (birdbrain).  Now the band is back with some new music. Their new track is called “You Do Not Exist” and is from their upcoming album that will be released on the brand new label Hot Fools. This new label is made real by Andy Clydesdale and Dan Hunt from We Wild Blood and this will be the first release on this label. I am expecting much from the new We Wild Blood album as well as the new label.  Tune in for some extremely fuzzy and eerie noise, press all the like buttons on the new label, buy the digital track…




These are dirty times, with this virus going around, quarantine stuff and The Great Toilet Paper Shortage it is difficult not to get depressed. So here is some really angry music to unleash all your frustrations. Tune in for the Ohio hardcore punk band shit blimp who released their new album “A Groundbreaking Standard of the Genre” on March 4th.

Hoaries / Beige Eagle Boys split on Reptilian Records

Ooooh gorgeous, I am always super excited when I see something now on the great Reptilians Records. The previous release from Chief Tail is still thundering at my place now and then. And now, yes please, a split between the Texas noiserocker Hoaries who deliver three raw and dirty noiserock tracks straight from the swamp and The Beige Eagle Boys with also three crushing tracks (with a surprisingly cool cover) that sound like Entombed on acid. Is this a magnificent split? Yes Yes Yes. Turn really loud and maybe it will kill the virus too! (wash your hands while you are at it. And buy it.

Geen fotobeschrijving beschikbaar.


Ides drop new album “Hikikomori”

New Jersey hardcore punk outfit Ides released their new album “Hikikomori” and it is raw and heavy punk and hardcore. These are thirteen in your face tracks that are so full of energy it’s difficul to sit still while hearing this. “Hikikomori” is chaotic in moments, clear and heavy riffs in others but most of all its dirty and heavy the way it should be. This is an absolute blast, a real fun listen. Tune in now.

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