Monthly Archives: October 2015

The Erotics

The Erotics
Interview with Mike Trash
By Lucky (Hollywood Lost Boy)

Rock and roll mainstays The Erotics have been plying their own brand of rock and roll for well over a decade and have no plans of hanging up the six-strings in this or any other lifetime. On the road or in the studio The Erotics always deliver, albeit sometimes in chaotic fashion, but they always exemplify what real rock and roll is all about.

Michael Monroe

Michael Monroe
Electric Ballroom
London 15.10.2015
Review by Kristiina M.
Photography by Svenja Block

Peter Blast

Peter Blast
Interview by Christopher Duda

Desert Stars Festival 2015

Desert Stars Festival  ”Cuvee” 2015
Festival coverage by Mila Reynaud

Once again I found myself heading back to the wild-west atmosphere of Pappy and Harriet’s for the spectacular eight edition of the autonomous Desert Stars Festival, the psyche rock festival that exists thanks to Kickstarter campaign contributions and the hard work of countless volunteers.

The Dark Clouds

“AFTER THE SUN” by THE DARK CLOUDS (-rocknroll rantage and review by Geordie Pleathur who don’t need a weatherman to know which way the wind blows….)

Night Birds

Night Birds Mutiny at Muscle Beach LP/CD  (Fat Wreck Records)
By Rich Cocksedge

Every now and then a band comes along which I connect with immediately, a band whose new material is eagerly awaited and fortunately, more often than not, ends up with me proclaiming that it’s bloody marvellous when it arrives.  New Jersey’s Night Birds is one of those bands and the release of Mutiny at Muscle Beach has held my anticipation at dangerously high levels for a while now.