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Running The Red Light

It’s Lucky Thirteen For Red Light Runner Having been together since 2006 before disbanding in 2008, the decision was made to resurrect Kent-based Red Light Runner. Back with a brand new double A single crammed full of pop and post-punk continue →

Kaki King Out With Album

The Neck Is A Bridge To The Body Guitar maestro Kaki King sees her new album ‘The Neck Is A Bridge To The Body’ released and available to purchase from iTunes and Bandcamp. For those looking for a taste of continue →

A Cover Of Fireproof

For The Love Of Music! Out with a fresh single is Dingus with a little help from the ubiquitous and hardworking Alexander Lindbäck (Seven Doors Hotel). With an interesting choice of cover, depending on your stance on such things, Dingus continue →

All People

Learn Forget Repeat As part of a joint effort, Community Records is teaming up with Asian Man Records to release sophomore album by New Orleans, Louisiana’s All People. The new album receives the title of ‘Learn Forget Repeat’ and will continue →

Carnalation Set For New Recording

Busy Time Ahead For Carnalation Carnalation is one of the latest bands to put their signature to paper to secure a deal with Inverse Records. The band has been hard at work finishing the final details for a forthcoming five-track continue →

Reviving A Part Of Manchester’s Past

Shadow Age Looking To First Release Out May 19th 2015 on 6131 Records on vinyl and digital formats is the debut EP by Shadow Age. The EP ‘Silaluk’ consists of three tracks and has been described as possessing a ‘darkly continue →

Scarecell Out With Debut Single

Creating A Powerful Noise Finnish Rockers Scarecell brew up a strong debut single with ‘Empire Falls’. By combining layers of electronica to a modern metal beat, Scarecell really set their stall out with serious intent as ‘Empire Falls’ remains irresistible. continue →

All New For Sammy Kay

Fourth Street Singers Having witnessed both sides of the music industry fence – first as a tour manager and now as a singer-songwriter in his own right – New Jersey’s Sammy Kay is out with his own songs making up continue →

Howling Back

Promising return FLW favourites Fanny Mae & The Dynamite Believers return with a brand new single called ‘My Howl’. This new song is the first indication of what to expect from the band’s forthcoming album (there is no available title continue →

Rockabilly Legend Bernie Early

Rock Doll Baby! Rockabilly legend and Rockabilly Hall of Fame inductee, Bernie Early is the latest interview at Famous Last Words (FLW). It was a proud moment when FLW spoke with Bernie Early for some duration one evening about his continue →

Manny Jr. & The Cyclones Rise To The Top!

Rockabilly Girl & Rockabilly Boys Canadian rockabilly band Manny Jr. & The Cyclones took FLW by surprise with their album ‘Rockabilly Girl’. Such was the level of excitement here at Famous Last Words (FLW) in relation to the band’s album, continue →

Jade Tree With New Signing

A Done Deal Record label Jade Tree has signed American indie band Dogs On Acid. The label’s new signing is made up of members from numerous other well-known indie bands from Philadelphia during the last few years including Algernon Cadwallader, continue →

FLW Playlist

 

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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