Bleak sonic soundscapes that also shine with waves of melodic passages making this a compelling debut album for German band Neànder.
The boys from Drammen make a welcome return Donkeyboy is back with a new single ‘Triggerfinger’, which has received a glowing response at Famous Last Words (FLW). Fortunately for us, FLW managed to bag an interview with Cato Sundberg from continue →
Deathcrush In New Session Latest filmed session coming straight from At The Loft studio in Oslo, Norway is relatively new Norwegian noiseniks Deathcrush. Sounding like an amalgamation of the spirit of Riot Grrrl era grunge with occasional forages into white continue →
Folk songstress Louise Jordan talks about her album ‘Florilegium’ and recent tour Fresh from a recent tour of the UK, Louise Jordan found time to speak with Famous Last Words about plans for a new album in 2014. In addition to continue →
The Cheaterslicks open up to FLW Latest interview to be published at Famous Last Words (FLW) comes from The Cheaterslicks. FLW found the discussion with Paul Lovell Newman and Ruzz from The Cheaterslicks an extremely interesting one as they talked continue →
Peter Bruntnell discusses latest album and the reasons for his Scandinavian tour It was a truly memorable evening recently in Oslo as Buckleys hosted the Triple Troubadours consisting of Peter Bruntnell, Halden Electric and Tommy Womack. In addition to this tour, continue →
Stjernekamp winner 2013 Congratulations to Silya winner of Stjernekamp 2013! In honour of Silya’s victory this evening Famous Last Words (FLW) has promoted Ol’ Golden Tonsils to the top of the class once more with front cover status for this continue →
Not quite rockabilly but elements of said genre with bigger helpings of hillbilly and western swing, The Doel Brothers are the real deal Fresh off the press new interview with Hampshire’s The Doel Brothers. Famous Last Words (FLW) spent a continue →
Three interviews up and more to follow! Famous Last Words (FLW) is proud to bring you three new interviews with Pat Capocci, The Bullets and the New Ranch Girls. The interviews with the New Ranch Girls and Pat Capocci were conducted at this continue →
A definite highlight on the main stage at this year’s Rockabilly Rave, Marc & the Wild Ones share their views on all things music with FLW Marc & the Wild Ones is the latest interview to be published at Famous continue →
Latest interview to grace the pages of Famous Last Words (FLW) is Danny & The Champions of the World. Lead singer Danny George Wilson proved an affable interviewee with one or two stories to tell, but also providing the details continue →
Mark Lamarr opens up to FLW about his love of music and his vinyl collection It was one of our proudest moments when Mark Lamarr agreed to an interview with Famous Last Words (FLW). Having agreed to a chat with 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.