1) Somewhere in the breeding patterns of the 80s noise punk movements and the synth head movement birthed the synth punks Total Control. Drawing influence from what seems Futuristik, Screamers, and Perhaps Devo, they bring to the table a crunched up no wave dancefloor numbers. Sawtooth leads over frantic punk beats interloping into a obnoxious yet capturing piece. The building progressive Kraftwerk leads into chip-tune solos like a busted cartage game. Paranoid video is a track you would find on the mixtape of some rebelous adolescent from a post apocalyptic timeline. (by Alex Auclair)
MOTO stands for Masters Of The Obvious. Pretty much it's Paul and whoever is playing with him at the time. Some people think Paul's lyrics are too dirty but most people think they are funny. MOTO write songs that are catchy. That's all that really matters. It all got started in the early 80's in New Orleans. But then Paul moved somewhere else. MOTO have released dozens of albums, some cassette only, some CDs, some are little vinyl discs like this one. You've probably never heard of MOTO. It's a good thing that now you know.
There is more than one artist with this name: One is a 70's punk/garagerock band fronted by Jeff "Mono Man" Connolly, who would later go on to form Lyres. The other is a collaboration between dubstep producers Digital Mystikz and Loefah, and refers to a label, a club night and sometimes individual tracks.
There is more than one artist with this name. 1. POCKET ROCKET (Germany) 2. POCKET ROCKET (UK) Pocket Rocket (UK) has a new page on Last FM at: http://www.last.fm/music/Pocket+Rocket+%28UK%29 Pocket Rocket (UK)'s website is at: http://www.pocketrocket-uk.com
1. Pocket Rocket (Germany): You want Pocket Rocket to come back to Stuttgart ?!?
The story so far… Orphan Boy signed to Manchester’s Concrete Recordings in March 2006, a little over a year after the band had formed in their hometown of Grimsby – a place so devoid of glamour that it so far boasts not one single footnote in the entire history of rock'n'roll. The townie trio, raised on fish factories and shit nightclubs were quickly snapped up by the truly indie but fully distributed label best known for their Glastonbury Unsigned Bands compilations (The Subways, BlackBud, Ralfe Band...
The Smith Westerns are a band from Chicago, Illinois. All of the members in the band are between the ages of 17-19. Their musical influences stem from the compilation albums Nuggets and Back from the Grave, along with David Bowie, Marc Bolan, and T. Rex. Their self-titled debut album was released on HoZac Records on June 05, 2009. Most of the album was recorded throughout the winter and early spring in Max Kakacek's basement. The band is currently on tour with Girls.
King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard are a psychedelic surf-rock outfit based in Melbourne, Australia. The band is comprised of Stu Mackenzie, Joe Walker, Eric Moore, Ambrose Kenny-Smith, Lucas Skinner, Cook Craig and Michael Cavanagh. With the members originally from across Victoria and New South Wales, the group came together and built a name through the Melbourne pub scene. They launched their first EP 'Willoughby's Beach' in October, 2011.
Scumbag punk and some other junk from the South Coast of Norway. Sassy Kraimspri's rhythmic soulful punk is a marriage between Bosshog and Crass, Motorhead and PJ Harvey making for a trashy, melodic and raunchy party in your pants.