INTERVIEW: Uruguay’s Motosierra chat about their new 7″, Director Fede Álvarez & their love of Turbonegro

Motosierra‘s a Uruguayan punk ‘n roll band that’s been around for nearly two decades. I chatted with Marcos Motosierra back in September to talk about their new 7″ released through Atlanta’s Spaghetty Town Records. Motosierra’s sound is fierce, balls to the wall, and not to be missed. Chuck : Tell me a little about Motosierra. Marcos : Motosierra’s been a band for […]

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MUSIC REVIEWS: Five Brand Spankin’ New Releases to Get Your 2015 Started Right

We’re not even a week into 2015 and things already look promising on the music front. Here five tasty aural morsels to help you kick off the new year correctly. Destroy All Gondolas – S/T DESTROY ALL GONDOLAS – s/t – ep 7″ by kornalcieloSet for a January 9 release, this four-track seven inch from Italian black surf punk three […]

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INTERVIEW: UK’s The Hip Priests Want to Fuck, Drink & Fuck You Up

Black Denim Blitz by The Hip Priests The Turbojugend way of life is pretty much non-existent in South Florida. The Miami chapter for example currently holds 7 members (yes, Turbojugends have chapters). My guess is that it’s way too cool a movement for such a flaky city like Miami. Don’t get me wrong, some people down here tear up some Turbonegro BUT that’s […]

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INTERVIEW: Matt Hutchison from Self Destructo Records

I first heard of Self Destructo Records when Abel Folgar reviewed the fantastic Primitive Sounds for a Modern World by Jonny & the Depressives earlier this year. Since then, the label has not stopped dropping amazing records. Founded by Matt Hutchison and Chuck Maple in 2013, the label’s aesthetics and roster owe a lot to DIY punk rock ethics and succeeds by engaging […]

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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 of 50’s/60’s pop and surf […]

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