Dolly Daggers

December 7, 2008 at 1:49 pm

I get a lot of vibes from the eighties with Dolly Daggers. They have created their own mix of new wave, glam, electro and everything else you want to put in there, a mix that’s hard to neglect. And then the songs! A great feeling for melodies with grand choruses that make it all the way through. With guitar and synth hooks, a good drive and a nice cool attitude, you get a concept that feels solid and songs that I want to hear over and over again.

Below you can enjoy some of their tracks. They are now underway with recording new material, and you can keep track of this by visiting Dolly Daggers’ site and their Myspace page.


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Lashing Patsy

December 5, 2008 at 12:32 pm

Lashing Patsy feels like party for me. Energy, excitement, happy music and happy people. A little bit of glam but more spontaneity and playfulness. Even if I sometimes hear Indie pop in their music, it’s mostly the seventies I think about when I listen to Lashing Patsy. Blondie, some Roxy Music, a bit of glam rock and a bit of new wave and lot of good pop melodies. It’s also nice with two singers, Anna Rosander and Johan Hammarsten, whose interplay and collaboration give the band more character.

Last spring they released their debut album, “Nightclub Trophies”, produced by Jens Anderson (9Voltstudio, The Ark). Here below you’ll find two tracks from the album:

Foxy Roxy Music
Prime Time

Visit Lashing Patsy on Myspace or Lashing Patsy’s site to read and listen more

Cowboy Prostitutes

August 16, 2008 at 12:00 pm

I almost got beat up once, way back when, when I thought The Cult sounded glammy…I still think that Ian would be a great glam vocalist;-)…but I do not hesitate to say that Cowboy Prostitutes sound glam. And very wonderfully glam at that! The last time I heard this type of rock, at this accomplished level, was when I listened to Hardcore Superstars debut album.

Cowboy Prostitutes have recently released a new album “Swingin’ At the fences” that will be released in Sweden, Germany, Austria and Switzerland!

Listen and download from the new album:
Dancing On Your Grave
Pirate Town


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