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by Anabel DFlux — Senior Photojournalist — Senior photojournalist Anabel DFlux met up with Punk Rock Barbie on Sunset Boulevard the other day, and had the grand pleasure of capturing the musicians with her camera and exchanging a few interesting words with them about their music, their [...]
by Derric Miller — Managing Editor — On their sixth studio album Whiplash Splash, The Dollyrots come full circle and find the perfect mix of Pop, Punk, Rock, snark, neato-ness and everything else that makes The Dollyrots so golly gee great. Just listen to Kelly sing “whoo!” at the [...]
by Anabel DFlux – Sr. Photojournalist — February 4, 2017 at Joe’s American Bar and Grill in Burbank, CA — Punk Rock Barbie is a tribute band straight out of one of the quirkiest parts of Los Angeles: Burbank. On February 4th at Joe’s American Bar and Grill on West Magnolia [...]
by Alissa Ordabai – Senior Columnist — Thirteen brand-new tracks straight out of Motörhead’s crucible of frenzy may not deviate from the familiar recipe, but they do hit the spot with the hallmark nonchalance of the most brazen band on earth. The media’s applause to their previous [...]
by Derric Miller – Managing Editor — Just the band name, Go Betty Go, sounds like this is going to be a fun trip, right? Once the music starts, and you hear this all-female band pour out a joyous, polished brand of commercial Punk, and the smooth, effortless vocals of Nicolette Vilar [...]
by Derric Miller – Managing Editor — Is there anything more punk than telling labels they can eat it, and then putting out two records in a row independently using Kickstarter and then PledgeMusic? Well, that’s what the kick ass duo known as The Dollyrots have done with their last two [...]
by Alissa Ordabai – Senior Columnist — Here is one of the best releases of 2013: an old obscure record by a little-known metal band with some even more obscure bonus tracks featuring Cliff Burton. The band is Trauma – one of Bay Area thrash pioneers of the early 80s, and Scratch and [...]
by Deb Rao – Senior Columnist — Former Hanoi Rocks singer Michael Monroe returns to the metal scene with his latest release Horns and Halos on Spinefarm Records. Horns and Halos finds Michael Monroe returning to his punk rock New York roots in full metal glory. This album could easily [...]
by Alissa Ordabai – Senior Columnist — French guitar guru Christophe Godin continues on his cultural deconstruction mission with the trademark mixture of virtuosity and kooky humor. Most know Godin as the leader of the now legendary outfit Mörglbl – the most original, if not the [...]
by Cameron Edney – Guest Columnist — Gallows Drummer Lee Barratt Talks On Tour Craziness, Recording and Soundwave Festivals Since forming in 2005 British Punk Rockers Gallows have certainly had their share of highs and lows, from being dropped from record labels and member changes to [...]