Bleak sonic soundscapes that also shine with waves of melodic passages making this a compelling debut album for German band Neànder.
Benjamin Finger’s Chopped Up Visions ‘The Woods Are Not What They Seem’ is the new video from Benjamin Finger. The actual song is featured on the compilation album ‘Meditations 2’ on Shimmering Moods Records which is out this month. The continue →
There’s A Storm Coming! New Jersey’s Dads is set for a number of headlining dates with Somos and Roger Harvey. Dads released their second album ‘I’ll Be The Tornado’ (6131 Records) in October 2014 with a ‘guitar-driven indie rock’ sound continue →
A Higher Demise & New Video Single Out with a new video single to support their EP ‘The Doctor Will See You Now’ is UK metal-core band A Higher Demise. Featuring footage from their appearance at last year’s Attitude Metal continue →
Ayil Talked To FLW About Their New EP Coming from the north of Norway and the town of Bodø, Ayil spoke recently with Famous Last Words (FLW) about their latest EP titled ‘Ayil’. With the band having to divide their continue →
Australia’s Infinity Broke Latest Interview Famous Last Words (FLW) was deeply enamoured earlier this year when we received a copy of the debut album from Infinity Broke as it proved to be everything we hoped for and more! Most surprising continue →
Lonely Revelations Canadian artist Molitor is back with new EP! Molitor is releasing his new 4-track EP titled ‘#lonelypeople_Music’ on November 25 which is his first official release since 2013’s ‘Or Maybe Yesterday…’ Taking in the customary broad palette of continue →
Circle of Reason In Generous Mood With new material currently being written in consideration for a 2015 release, Circle Of Reason find themselves in generous mood by making available a free download of one of their songs taken from their continue →
Feeling Not So Low West Yorkshire outfit Monster Jaw release their second single from their ‘Losing All My Friends’ EP (Cobra Kitten Records / Code 7) titled ‘Low’. The single ‘Low’ is being promoted as a video single, with the continue →
All Bets Are Off Norwegian songwriter and DJ Frank Benjamin Finger is the latest interview at Famous Last Words (FLW). After providing a review in our very pages of Benjamin Finger’s ‘The Bet’ some months ago, FLW took it upon continue →
Still Going Strong Latest interview at Famous Last Words (FLW) is London-based Imperial Leisure. Lead vocalist Denis Smith from Imperial Leisure talked with FLW about the band’s ongoing gigs and festival dates as well as their current single ‘Nasty Boy’. continue →
Raging Against Authority Norwegian post-punk and hardcore band Haraball is the latest interview at Famous Last Words (FLW). Lead singer Jon Eivind of Haraball spent an hour with FLW this summer to discuss the band’s white hot second album. The continue →
A superb collection of alternative country that sees it’s main players more than happy to sit in the shadows and let the songs do the talking.
More than rockabilly, in fact, quite a bit more as this is rock ‘n’ roll with blues, garage and punk thrown in as well and ending up with an assured debut album.
Twisted Rod has certainly done it again and produced a whirlwind of rockin’ rockabilly and rock ‘n’ roll with current album ‘One In A Million’.
There’s not a dud track to be had here as the various artists selected for ‘Southern Bred: Mississippi R&B Rockers Vol.4’ maintain a high level of quality via a mixture of blues and rhythm and blues.
There’s much to take in during West My Friend’s new long player and it’s all good!
Another volume and another successful formula of blues and rhythm and blues as far as ‘Southern Bred: Mississippi R&B Rockers Vol.5’ goes.
Societal and environmental issues feature during Rachael Dadd’s latest album that is also rich in musical experimentation.
It’s certainly a mixed bag of styles that flows throughout the album ‘Sweet Thing ‘and therefore offering something for all blues and rhythm and blues supporters, but when the traditional route is given some airtime, then it’s where Bonita & The Blues Shacks truly shine.
The Ragtime Wranglers and this double-sided single, they wake up the neighbourhood with good reason because this is rock ‘n’ roll worth getting excited about.