Hailing from the Bay Area The Young Barons are a Surf band made up of 3 Teenagers hell-bent on keeping Rock n Roll alive. These young guys seem to achieve that goal easily as they bring catchy and traditional surf that groove like the sixties surf bands they are inspired by. They recently released their debut album “Bitchin'”.
It is industrial and as raw as garage rock gets. It is also bluesy and Rock ‘n’ Roll. John Spencer Blues explosion meets Janis Joplin. The Delta Blues / Garage of The Stooges and the blues of Mississippi Fred Mc Dowell. It is the France based duo Hoboken Division . This November they released their latest album “The Mesmerizing Mix Up Of The Diligent John Henry”.
The Turbosonics are delivering Surf Rock like it should be: sleazy, and fast thriving. Their music also pairs well with car cruises, B-movies, street racing, rockabilly, pin-up girls, the 1960’s, and just about any event involving fun, fun, fun. The Band released two full studio albums since their start in 2008: “The Turbosonics” in 2012 and ” Tres Gatos Suave” in 2015.
Susan mixes Garage Rock with pop influenced Rock ‘n’ Roll. This band is ready to release a new limited vinyl 7″ EP called TV Girls. Based in Los Angeles the band shares a love for music and Champagne Cocktails. “Little Notes” is already available for listeners. This song contains happy tunes, up-tempo rhythms, and fast-breaking vocals. Listen here below!
Betty Harris made fame in the sixties with her uptempo Soul. Back in the day, she had three big hits with: “Cry to Me” (1963), “His Kiss” (1964) and “Nearer to You” (1967). Although her song “12 Red Roses” didn’t reach as high as other songs, this is really a cool story built on a grooving beat about love and life.