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Boss Black Rockers: Wow Wow Baby

Its been a long time coming but volume seven in the Koko Mojo series ‘Boss Black Rockers’ finally lands. Worth the wait? You bet! Giving voice once more to an important and influential corner regarding the foundations of rock ‘n’…

The Ten Commandments Of Rock ‘N’ Roll: Commandment Two

Likely contender for longest album title in the world ever, ‘The Ten Commandments Of Rock ‘N’ Roll: Commandment Two’ by Atomicat arrives swiftly after the positive reception volume one received. With thirty tracks to its name, volume two of this…

It’s A Wonderful Family Christmas

It’s that time of year when numerous compilation albums are released with naturally Christmas-themed songs in mind. Joining in with such an idea is Atomicat Records with the collection ‘It’s A Wonderful Family Christmas’. With no less than thirty songs…

The Ten Commandments Of Rock ‘N’ Roll: Commandment One

Extra long title that is the latest series to be launched by Atomicat Records and goes by the name of ‘The Ten Commandments Of Rock ‘N’ Roll: Commandment One – Defy The Devil’s Music: Dig That Rock ‘N’ Roll’. Naturally,…

Cherries On The Lose

As this compilation states, “Recorded For Your Dancing Pleasure” that is exactly what the listener can expect with the album, ‘Cherries On The Lose’. Crammed packed with artists and featuring a variation of styles and therefore aiming to attract a…

Hillbilly And Rustic Bop Volume 2 Looking For The Green

Second in the relatively new series ‘Hillbilly And Rustic Bop’ featuring another twenty-eight tracks to whet any listener’s appetite for such western rhythms and early connections to what became known as rockabilly. Volume 2, with its subheading ‘Looking For The…

Grady Martin Diesel Smoke, Dangerous Curves and Hot Guitar

Guitar maestro Grady Martin is given centre stage when it comes to new release ‘Diesel Smoke, Dangerous Curves and Hot Guitar’ on Atomicat Records. Featuring thirty tracks, this compilation album serves as a vehicle to highlight not only the inventiveness…

Farewell Britain: A Rockin’ Farewell To Britain

As a final parting of the ways is imminent between Britain and the EU, Rhythm Bomb Records issues a brand-new compilation featuring a selection of its bands and tracks where associations with this upheaval have no direct correlations to anything…

Rockin’ Schlager Party Nr. 2

With number one in this series already available, ‘Rockin’ Schlager Party Nr. 2’ follows quickly on its heels with another thirty-two tracks of German rock ‘n’ roll goodness. If you’re looking for something a tad different when it comes to…

Rockin’ Schlager Party Nr. 1

A compilation with a difference from Atomicat Records featuring German artists performing rock ‘n’ roll songs from the 1950s and early 1960s in their native language. With thirty-two tracks making up the first volume of this series, there’s plenty to…

Hoodlum’s Wildest Wingding!

Fresh out of the stable is a brand-new album compiling some of the finest rockabilly tracks the genre had to offer. The entire album will delight those new to the world of rockabilly, but also appease those with similar content…

Still On The Run

Firmly back on the saddle is Rhythm Bomb Records with latest album release by French rockabilly outfit The Hoodoo Tones. Firing up the old classic of its front cover, The Hoodoo Tones embark on a third trip packed with twelve…

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Less One Knows

Benjamin Finger (Dead Definition)

A deviation from previous works, and most welcome as Less One Knows is quite possibly the Norwegian’s best album to date.

 

Southern Bred: Texas R&B Rockers Vol.8

Various Artists (Koko Mojo)

Rather like a good novel that you do not want to end, the same feeling applies to the series ‘Southern Bred: Texas R&B Rockers’.

 

Glass Island

Richard Luke (Moderna Records)

‘Glass Island’ is an album to break the strongest of hearts yet also provide reasons for optimism that all is not lost.

 

Up and Down

Ramblin Bandits (Rhythm Bomb)

The Ramblin Bandits show no signs of fatigue during ‘Up and Down’ because it’s simply engaging from start to finish.

 

Crashland

Doc & the Headshrinkers (HSM)

Rock and roll is alive and well in West Wales via Doc & the Headshrinkers’ Crashland.

 

Thunder & Lightning

Fireball Steven (Rhythm Bomb)

Great comeback album that would have benefited even further from more of his own compositions.

 

Boss Black Rockers: Mardi Gras Rock Vol.6

Various Artists (Koko Mojo)

Highlighting much needed recognition of the “original” rock ‘n’ rollers, ‘Boss Black Rockers Vol.6’ has something for all true devotees of rock and roll music.

 

Open Wound (Single)

Svalbard (Holy Roar Records)

There’s beauty in sound with Open Wound, despite the sensitive subject matter of the lyrics. New single before new LP.

 

Charon (Single)

Jordan Rome (Working Brilliantly)

Alternative rock and grunge-lite ditty but one spiked with an undercurrent of country & western, Charon reveals but one side of Jordan Rome’s music.

 

Hotel Breakfast

Hot Rod Double (TB Hurricane Records)

Showing no signs of fatigue, Hot Rod Double’s third LP continues to cling to the FLW Playlist with its compelling mix of rockabilly and various strands of country music.

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