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5 NEW RECORDS THAT YOU NEED TO JUMP ON NOW

Every other week I write micro blurb reviews of amazing new music and records. Below is the latest batch of music that you need to check out. Natterers – Demo ‘16   Short and to the point UK punk rock. These are fucking anthems. What’s there not to like? Someone sign the Natterers already! Demo ’16 […]

# Debauch2015 Interview: Christian Clarke of The Riot Act

Photo by Chuck Livid. I was given the chance to sit down with Christian Clarke, singer-songwriter for The Riot Act, a south Florida rock band with musical roots from all over the map. He was kind enough to answer some of my questions about music and about being an entertainer. We talked over excellent tacos […]

5 NEW RECORDS THAT YOU NEED TO JUMP ON NOW

Every other week I write micro blurb reviews of amazing new music. Below is the latest batch of music that you need to check out. Somali Pirates – Skeg City The Somali Pirates consists of current and former members of No Motiv, In Control, Retaliate, Gentlemen, Hammerkill, Let Em Rot, and PC Deathsquad. They’re also the […]

5 NEW RECORDS THAT YOU NEED TO JUMP ON NOW

Every other week I write micro blurb reviews of amazing new music. Below’s the latest batch of music that you need to check out. Lunatics On Pogosticks – Slug Cat and Snail Dog Lunatics on Pogosticks are one of those bands that you want to get Nirvana big for all the right reasons. The songwriting and […]

5 New Records That You Need To Jump On Now

Sapin – Wrong Way Ever wonder what garage country surf from France sounds like? Well ponder no more dear friends, Sapin is here to blow your fucking mind with an overabundance of prodigious sounds. A really fun record. Top tracks: “Get out of my dreams” , “White Bikini”, “Sugar in My Coffee” Wrong Way by Sapin […]

Ghoul – Hang Ten

Oakland/Creepsylvania, California’s Ghoul combines the things that make bands like Gwar amazing- costumes, crazy cracked out stories and tons of fake blood.  Linking thrash, death metal, grindcore and occasionally ‘60s surf into the mix and Ghoul destroys everything in its path. Although theoretically the idea of death metal and surf together sounds laughable, take my […]

The Jellyfish Brothers – Sentinels of the Space Age

The Alvarez brothers gel well, like jellyfish brothers should. Greg and Ed, guitar and drums respectively have had a clear vision of where they would like to be sonically and with the addition of Shroud Eater’s Janette Valentine on bass and vocals, the dimensions are only beginning to be explored. Following their delicious cassette release […]

An Interview With Miami’s Jellyfish Brothers

The Jellyfish Brothers are one of Miami’s most mysterious bands. I decided to interview the band in order to obtain a better understanding on how they achieve their cult-like following. When the Jellyfish Brothers’ music hits your auditory nerves it’ll leave you both confused and mesmerized. The Alvarez brothers, Greg (guitar/vocals) and Ed (drums) unite […]

8 Questions With Ft. Lauderdale’s SANDRATZ

It hasn’t been that long since SANDRATZ came onto the music scene here in South Florida and they’re already tearing everything to shreds. Opening to some of the greatest bands to ever exist like Dead Milkmen and Agent Orange. It’s great to see a garage punk band (extra emphasis on the punk) that scares hipster […]

Primitive Sounds For A Modern World, Let’s Get Depressed

Jonny Manak and his crew (well, rhythm section anyways) of Depressives have added another full-length into their ever-growing arsenal of Turbojugend-approved musical missives. Is it new and world-shattering? No. Is it solid rock and roll that invites the notions of narcotics, alcohol and beach babes shivering in the ‘Frisco fog? Yes. It’s a solid mish-mash […]

Las Marlenes Digital 7″ Review

What’s there not to like about 3 cute Spanish girls that dress up like super heroines and play surfy-garage punk? Las Marlenes are catchy as hell. Their 4 song Bandcamp album which I’m referring to as a digital seven-inch is chuck full of old school lo-fi garage punk with hooks ala Japan’s The 5.6.7.8’s. Best […]

Go Van Gogh’s Now We Know is Everything and the Kitchen Sink

San Francisco’s eclectic collective, Go Van Gogh, is an all-inclusive romp through a myriad of musical genres. Putting out albums since 1996, their latest offering, Now We Know finds the band in their usual arena of Balkan, Afro-Cuban jazz, Klezmer, slow blues and country twangs. Silly as that sounds on paper, this band is successful […]