Category: Garage Rock

Album Review: The Bonnevilles – “Arrow Pierce My Heart”

This piece originally appeared in The Thin Air & Issue 10 of the magazine One word that is regularly attributed to bands that fall under the rock ’n’ roll, blues or garage-punk monikers is ‘raw’. By that I mean there is more often than not a pure and unadulterated rawness or dirtiness, as it were, related to…

Gig Review: Fuzz

This peace originally appeared in The Thin Air Who: Fuzz Where: Whelans, Dublin When: September 2nd 2015 With garage and psych rock undergoing a serious resurgence over the last couple of years, most fans would agree that artists such as Thee Oh Sees, The Fresh & Only’s and Ty Segall have spearheaded its modern day…

New Video: King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard – “The River”

Melbourne’s finest perveyors of psychedelia induced garage rock King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard, are set to release their latest full length offering Quarters next month. The record will feature four songs, each lasting an even 10 minutes & 10 seconds in length, and so to tide us over, the seven piece have unleashed a trippy new video for the album’s opening track;…

Single Review: The Living Eyes – “Guilty Pleasures”

Regrettably I must admit that the Geelong based label Anti Fade Records, has only just popped up on my radar, meaning at this stage, I have only managed to explore the tip of its heavily punk/garage rock induced roster. The label’s most recent release is this 7″ single “Guilty Pleasures”, from young psyche disciples The Living Eyes. The group…