Around the same time Mark Bacino released ‘Queens English’, over in Boston, singer-songwriter Scott Janovitz was working with his band The Russians. Their sole album ‘Crashing The Party’ was well received by the power pop community in 2010, but never followed up. What happened?
Garage rock duo Knuckle have recently issued a new video clip filmed on tour in France set to the soundtrack of ‘Bad Brains’, taken from their 2014 digital EP ‘This Week’s Been Hell’.
The full clip – as well as a stream of the EP – are embedded below.
Southern rock legends Lynyrd Skynyrd are set to release a lavish box set in January 2015.
The box will contain each of their classic 1970s studio releases plus the essential double live LP ‘One More From The Road’, pressed on high quality audiophile 180g vinyl.
It’s become somewhat of a tradition at Real Gone to round up tunes we’ve enjoyed throughout the year and then share them in the hope of opening some new ears for independent bands. 2014 is no different – in fact, this year, we’ve got two samplers together!
This first instalment is a testament to the amount of great metal that’s passed through Real Gone Towers during 2014.
Ten tracks, fifty six minutes, riffs aplenty. Crank the volume and enjoy!
Trading in 60s garage rock for the sounds of late 60s guitar-pop, The Jeanies are a band from Brooklyn featuring vocalist/guitarist Joey Farber, sometime member of Greasy Hearts. The ten numbers making up their debut full length represent a celebration of power pop’s golden age – songs brimming with innocence, chiming guitars and feelgood intents.