Rock Monday

December 7, 2015 at 4:32 pm
Lava Bangs

Lava Bangs

Lava Bangs – “Ouch”

The trio Lava Bangs called themselves The Volcano when they visited the blog a few years ago. Now they’ve released the debut single “Ouch” under the new name, a single with a punkish, riot grrl-vibing garage rock and a great, raw sound.

Lava Bangs site – on Facebookon Spotifyon Apple Music


Caviare Days – “More Than One”

Caviare Days serve us this song pearl on the their new single, “More Than One”. The psychadelic influences are still strong in their sound, well even stronger now in a vibe that feels more live and authentic than before.

Caviare Days on Facebookon Spotifyon Apple Music


Giungla – “Cold”

The Italian artist Emanuela Drei calls herself Giungla when she’s performing solo. The other day she released her debut single, “Cold”, a cool song based on her vocals, a raw processed guitar and a drum machine.

Giungla on Facebook


Jon Magnusson – “Dina drömmar”

Jon Magnusson has released the EP “Dina drömmar”, where the title track stuck in my head. It’s a charming song which reminds me a bit of Kjell Höglund.

Jon Magnusson on Spotifyon Apple Music

The Dahmers – “Demons”

October 27, 2014 at 4:56 pm

The Dahmers

Punkish garage rock or garage-sounding punk. Whatever you call it The Dahmers, hailing from Bromölla, serves us a fantastic rock’n’roll riot on their album “Demons” which makes me turn up the volume some more notches and be carried away. A great album I didn’t know I really needed until I started to listen.

The Dahmers on Facebookon Spotifyon Bandcamp

Catching Up – Rock from Principe Valiente, LaDiDa, No Coda and more

June 18, 2014 at 6:30 pm


The Jamhouse Riot – “Hey You”

New strong single from The Jamhouse Riot, “Hey You”:

Principe Valiente – “Choirs of Blessed Youth” – album

Principe Valiente’s second album “Choirs of Blessed Youth” with beautiful post punk:

No Coda – “The Entire Cast” – album

After a bunch of great singles No Coda finally released their debut album, “The Entire Cast”. Here are a couple of songs from the album:

LaDiDa – “LaDiDa” – album

Attitude, humour, punk, energy and pop from Göteborg. LaDiDa released their debut album earlier this Spring. Here’s a taste of it:

Röjsåg – “Bring It On” – EP

Röjsåg with their rock’n’roll-punk-hardcore in Swedish. Here’s a song from their EP “Bring It On”:

Crooked Letter – “Crooked Letter” – EP

Emo rock from Crooked Letter:

Wayflower – “Stay a Little Longer “

Björn in the band Wayflower had just stopped using Swedish snuff (a kind of tobacco used in Sweden) and was att home feeling bored. He took his restlessness and abstinence and turned it into a video:

Tidens Ande – “Malmö/Min Stad”

Tidens Ande is underway with the new album “Ett slags under” and has released these nice tracks to tempt us:

The Propagandas – “The Propagandas” – EP

Here’s a taste of The Propagandas debut-EP:

Same Old Story

March 26, 2009 at 5:40 pm

Same Old StoryNormally I don’t listen that much to skate punk. Not that I dislike the genre, maybe it’s just that it doesn’t tell me anything, at least for the moment. But the Karlskoga band Same Old Story managed to catch my attention pretty quickly.

I think their music feels really good, with an attitude that feels real, and not something that’s fabricated. They also manage to create something of their own here, with rock flirts, playfulness and a lot of musicality.

The fourth of April they have a release party for their new EP “Waste of Time”. A four track record full of energy. You can listen to two tracks from the EP here below.

If you want to discover more, you can visit Same Old Story on Myspace.

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