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A Tattoo With A Definite Dark Shade

Deepshade Release Their First Single There’s a tense atmosphere surrounding Wigan’s alternative-rock band Deepshade’s first single ‘Tattoo’, out now on Ambicon Records and available as a free download. Whether it’s the abrupt rhythmic pattern of this debut single, or not continue →

Shouting Out Loud

Loud Boyz Has Enough To Shout About It’s about to get louder once Washington DC band Loud Boyz unleash their debut album, ‘Tough Love, Hard Feelings’. The album is penned for a July release this year on Cricket Cemetery Records. continue →

Simulacrum With Details Of New Album

Critical Timing ‘Sky Divided’ is the forthcoming album from progressive metal band, Simulacrum. The album is described as a concept album and will be released via Inverse Records 28th August 2015. With artwork by Jan Yrlund, who has worked with continue →

Diamond Youth Out With Debut Album

New Album & Tour Current location is Baltimore for indie rock outfit Diamond Youth and their first long player ‘Nothing Matters’.  Recorded at Hurley studios at the company’s headquarters in Costa Mesa, California, by engineer Dave Warsop, Nothing Matters is released continue →

Spraynard Announce Bench 7″ on Jade Tree

New Work From Spraynard Pennsylvania punk band Spraynard has released their new 7″ record on Jade Tree. The new single, which was released only yesterday (18th May), is the first indicator of what to look out for with the band’s continue →

Engineer Records Competition Results

Competition Results A big thank you to all who submitted their answers to our Engineer Records competition. The overall response was a huge success with many people replying to the question set. Q. Where is Engineer Records situated in the continue →

Viva The Frigolos!

Hangover Sessions With The Frigolos New interview at Famous Last Words (FLW) towers is with Spain’s very own The Frigolos. Gratitude goes out to the band and, in particular, drummer P. J. Gonzalez for making this whole interview possible. More continue →

Engineer Records Competition

Engineer Records Competition In association with Famous Last Words (FLW) the good people at Engineer Records have provided five goodie bags containing ten CDs of bands signed to their record label. For fans of alternative-rock, emo, punk, post hardcore, Engineer continue →

Dream Brother Arrive At FLW

Dream Brother & Debut Album It’s here! Famous Last Words (FLW) is proud to announce our latest interview with Dream Brother. The band’s lead vocalist and guitarist, Samuel Sjöman talked at great length with FLW about the long road to continue →

Red Light Runner Return

Back For A Second Time Kent-based Red Light Runner made a return to the music scene with recent release, and double A-side single, ‘Just Might Find / Lucky Thirteen’. Picking up on just how good this quartet sounds after a continue →

Monster Jaw With New EP

Basement Sessions EP & Tour For Monster Jaw It’s back to basics for Monster Jaw as they prepare themselves for new EP release ‘Basement Sessions’. By taking a less is more approach to their forthcoming release, Monster Jaw got to continue →

New Single & Album For Danny & The Champs!

What Kind Of Love Danny & The Champions of the World are on the verge of a comeback after successful campaigns with ‘Stay True’ and follow up ‘Live Champs!’ long players. With a fifth album in the offing, ‘What Kind continue →

FLW Playlist

Before Before

Before Before

Infinity Broke (Come To The Darkside Luke)

This could so easily have sounded like a compilation of odds and ends but actually surpasses its predecessor. The more direct approach is definitely key here as Infinity Broke create an exceptional record.

The Basement Sessions EP

The Basement Sessions EP

Monster Jaw (Cobra Kitten Records/Code 7)

The sound of a band getting too close to their art considering the overall sense of claustrophobia attached to this latest EP, but there are no complaints from this corner as it makes for compelling listening.

Reaching For The Light

Reaching For The Light

King King (Manhaton Records)

King King show their tender side to a much greater extent during third album, ‘Reaching For The Light’.



The Rip 'Em Ups (Rhythm Bomb)

Failed to see this coming! The Rip ‘Em Ups blaze a trail of wild rock ‘n’ roll but remember to apply the brakes to show greater variation in their overall sound.

Guitar Player

She Knows How (from album Guitar Player)

Nico Duportal and his Rhythm Dudes (Rhythm Bomb)

Should be renamed ‘He Knows How’ as this utterly charming rhythm and blues number will have you swinging with glee, it’s that good!

Rockin' With Wanda Jackson

Rockin’ With Wanda Jackson

Wanda Jackson (El Toro)

A great compilation covering Wanda Jackson’s years at Capitol Records on both sides of the street of Hollywood and Nashville.

Hell Of A Ride

A Kiss Like This (from album Hell Of A Ride)

John Lindberg Trio (Enviken)

This is one of the reasons why JLT has hurdled the barrier marked ‘rockabilly’ and taken their sound to a broader audience.

The Space Sessions

The Space Sessions

The Satellites (El Toro)

Despite this being a covers heavy affair, The Satellites bring something else to this set, and reveal impeccable taste in the process.

Hell Yeah

Hell Yeah

The Boners (Rhythm Bomb)

Do not dismiss a band by its cover! The Boners show how it’s done with an accomplished set of original songs.

Carl Bradychok

Malaga (from album Carl Bradychok)

Carl Bradychok (Bradychok Music)

A strong debut album, but it was the stylish instrumental ‘Malaga’ that appealed the most.

FLW Charts

Blues, Country & Folk

  • King King Reaching For The Light (Manhaton Records)
  • Nico Duportal & his Rhythm Dudes Guitar Player (Rhythm Bomb)
  • Jai Malano Rocket Girl (Rhythm Bomb)
  • Sigrun Loe Sparboe Vindfang (Grappa)
  • Curtis Knight & The Squires feat. Jimi Hendrix You Can't Use My Name (Sony Music CMG)


  • Infinity Broke Before Before (Come To The Darkside Luke)
  • Monster Jaw The Basement Sessions EP (Cobra Kitten Records/Code 7)
  • Benjamin Finger Pleasurably Lost (Eilean Records)
  • Anesthesia Strong Addiction  (Inverse Records)
  • DumDum Boys  Blodig Alvor Na Na Na Na Na (Sony Music Norway)


  • The Kabooms The Kabooms  (Rhythm Bomb)
  • The Boners Hell Yeah (Rhythm Bomb)
  • The Rip 'Em Ups KILLSWITCH (Rhythm Bomb)
  • Wanda Jackson Rockin' With Wanda Jackson (El Toro)
  • Various Artists RCA Victor Rock 'N' Roll From The Vaults (BMG/Camden)
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