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  • Hexxers - Buried Alive! (CD)

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    The Hexxers crawled out from beneath the fetid SoCal RAB scene to shock and stun an unsuspecting fan base with their primal beat and savage guitar. Having conquered the modern rockabilly scene with the extraordinary release Caged Heat”, Rockin’ Ryan Sagat teamed up with the manic hillbilly from West Virginia, Rip Carson, for some cannibal-style garage punk. ”Freaks With The Savage Beat” is the band’s first release. There has not been a record this savage since The Sonics and The Stooges”

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  • Enstrumental - Surfmental (CD)

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    Link Wray grinds tires for a new highway. The watchword for this CD is ”intensity.” Most tracks are melodic and sport unrelenting power. It’s almost more than you can stand in one sitting. Solid is an understatement, with very strong musicianship and near insanely thick sound.” — Phil Dirt, KFJC, Reverb Central”

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  • Enstrumental - Neander`n`tal (CD)

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    [THE ORIGINS]Some years ago, during rehearsals of the Meldas (the legendary Belo Horizonte, Brazil, punk rock band, whose name translates something like ’The Shids’), while the vocalists would go and have fun and a few drinks at some nearby bar, the instrument players would stay in the studio and play some music. From these sessions came the idea of putting together a new band to play only Melda music” with no vocals – a kind of sound that soon came to be known as ”estrume” (manure). In the first semester of ’97, the band was thinking of scheduling their first concerts when they were presented with the opportunity to play in the inaugural show of the now famous local nightclub A OBRA. The guys recorded a cassette tape with some surf music hits, practiced at home, did a few rehearsals and there it was. On June 27, 1997, Estrume’n’tal played for the first time, in a completely crowded venue, making everybody dance to the sound of good old rock’n’roll.

    [AND THEN.]After this first and successful concert, Estrume’n’tal could not stop. The band had a series of concerts, at A Obra and other local venues. In November 1998 Estrume’n’tal played alongside with Man. Or Astro-Man? In Belo Horizonte, for another crowded house. In 1999 the band performed at the 1st Psycho Attack Over BH festival, with other surf-rockabilly-psychobilly Brazilian bands such as Os Catalepticos, Limbonautas, etc. In November 2000 the band took part in the 1st. Minas Gerais State Surf Music Tournament, in Belo Horizonte, and in April 2001 Estrume’n’tal was invited to play in Curitiba, Paraná State, along with their sister band, Juremas, in the HellSurf festival. In 2002 the band played again in the Minas Gerais State Surf Music Tournament. And in many other occasions Estrume’n’tal has played with darn good Brazilian bands such as Xevi 50, Tri-Dux, thesurfmotherfuckers, Gasolines, Maremotos, Autoramas, Baratas Tontas, Reverb All Stars, etc.

    [STYLE]As can be expected, the Estrume’n’tal sound is difficult to define. In the band members’ CD players you can find such names as Ramones, Buzzcoks, The Cramps, Bo Diddley, Billy Childish, Link Wray, Ventures, Brazilian sixties bands, Man or Astro-Man?, traditional Brazilian country guitarists and countless others. Mixing such varied influences, the band makes a kind of music that does not fit traditional classifications of musical styles. To try to give an idea of what it is, several names have been invented, such as ”punk-surf”, ”surf-melda”, ”guitar-surf-punk-instrumental”, etc. But the best definition is, without a doubt, the ”Melda style”, which means basic rock’n’roll with speed and punch. Good to dance to and good to listen to.”

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  • Supertones - The Big Wet Twang (CD)

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    The Big Wet Twang, is the band’s first record from 1990-91 which has never been released on CD. Early versions of some of the Ride The Wild Twang tracks rub shoulders with other gems such as the punchy surfer Pugsakuk, the Sandals influenced Victory at Sea, and the two surf ballads that close the set: El Rollo and Got Me A Hankerin’ Marvin. Another for the collectors that’s for sure.” — Alan Taylor, Pipeline #49, Surrey, UK, Autumn 2000″

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  • Found Cats - Full Gospel Rockabilly (CD)

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    Long Island based trio formed from members of three of the hottest rockabilly bands on the East Coast, The Found Cats fuse gospel with traditional rockabilly to create a fresh new sound with a compelling message.

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  • Honkeys - Tequila Mockingbird (CD)

    10,00

    ”The Honkeys date back to sometime in 1996, the year a group of bored high school musician friends bumped heads in a suburban St. Louis basement and, after rubbing the feeling back into their skulls, decided to form a rock ’n’ roll band. With respect to what William Tecumsah Sherman did to the state of Georgia and what Marcel Duchamp did to modern art, The Honkeys decided to do to rock ’n’ roll music, and bagan to pick at its crusty scab, hoping to both cause further infection and leave a very noticeable, permanent scar. The Honkeys experimented for a while as an instrumental noise band, but soon realized that if they were really going to make it work, they had better tighten up their sound. They did this by downsizing their lineup from nine people to four. And, inspired by their love of ’60s go-go movies, reverb, chili, yo-yos, and the occasional professional wrestling match, they molded their noise into a groovy modern interpretation of instrumental surf music that is both unmistakable and unforgettable. The obligatory influences would be, of course, artists like classic instrumental artists such as The Ventures, Davie Allan & The Arrows, The Trashmen, Link Wray, Dick Dale, The New Dimensions, The Pyramids, The Astronauts, as well as such modern surf/instrumental acts as Satan’s Pilgrims, Shadowy Men on a Shadowy Planet, The Bomboras, The Tiki Tones, Los Straitjackets, and, of course, Man or Astro-Man?. And while they remain overwhelmingly uninterested in the banal predictability of the jam band resurgence or in the generic mind-numbing malaise of modern rock or alternative music, The Honkeys don’t find rock ’n’ roll’s original language to be exhausted. They are faithful to their instruments’ traditional vocabularies as they strive to create the instrumental sound of NOW; contemporary in attitude, fresh and exciting in execution. The Honkeys are: Jeffrey Positive, six-string reverb, hand-held drink mixer specialist, and walker of the spinning yo-yo dog; Cullen ”Stab” McGrane, 4-string reverb, wookie stoicism; Jovian Kind, drums, percussion, laughter; and Micah Edge, Organs and Synthesizer.”

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  • Retroliners - Subway Surfing (CD)

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    You can’t surf in Hoboken, but that hasn’t stopped the Mile Square City’s one and only instrumental surf-rock instrumental combo. With song titles like Beta Wave, Space Needle Stomp, (theme from) The Sleuth, and Hoboken Hitman, it’s easy to guess that the Retroliners delve into the many sub-genres of surf rock, using sci-fi and spy-movie themes. The CD even includes several live tracks recorded at the famous CBGB’s (including a cover of the B-52’s Rock Lobster). It’s bouncy and peppy, with lots of surfadelic riffs. If your favorite twist song is Wipeout and you never miss a rerun of Hawaii 5-0, then this disc might be for you.” – The Jersey Journal”

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  • Spinouts - Cruisin At The Night (CD)

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    Hieno Rock`n`roll-rockabilly albumi Amerikasta. Menevää cruising musaa.

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