The Tuesday Club – Lady Gargar EP

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After a summer taking their notorious concert party around the UK to the usual heavy dosage of acclaim and noise complaints by the neighbours, The Tuesday Club are breaking out the tea and tunes with the release of new EP Lady Gargar. The third in of a set of 4 EPs eventually uniting for the band’s next 4 x EP Box Set album, the ‘Body’ section of the eventual full-length brings three songs drenched in the recognisable Tuesday Club sound and devilry but as is always the way finding just that little more mischievous invention to refresh and excite.

Still looking and endearing like rejects from the Home Guard, men and woman who most likely would have been thrown out for goosing the vicar and flattening haystacks in the arms of land girls, The Tuesday Club just get more essential and addictive with every release, Lady Gargar as an EP and new single no exception. The successor to the My Consciousness EP out last October and the Forbidden Kiss EP of June this year, Lady Gargar romps and stomps like a Canadian/US soldier providing illicit booty in the Blitz, seducing and swaying with virulent punk ‘n’ roll pop temptation.

ep cover_RingMaster Review   The EP opens with its title track, the Walmington-on-Sea septet bringing Lady Gargar into view on a lone scrub of guitar and soon after, the distinctive vocal devilment of Andreas Vanderbraindrain and The Minx. Like Dirk Wears White Sox Adam and The Ants colluding with Oingo Boingo era Danny Elfman, the track slips through ears with thick flirtatious hooks and a broadly smiling swagger. Within this festivity, the keys of Rogerio Marauder bloom with melodic warmth as the beats of Titti Bartelski jab and lead an inescapable incitement on feet and hips. Everything about the song is magnetic, the guitars of Dave Worm and J Rod spewing catchy riffs and grooves as freely as the bass of The Beautiful Wolf wanders through it all in its own individual way.

Scars are Superstars steps up next, straight away laying down bait of jagged riffs and punchy beats as the rest of the band add their infectious spices with increasingly riveting success. Weaving in new wave and power pop enterprise into its relentlessly keen energy and gait, the song bounds along like a teenager in the heat of summer and puberty; grinning with sparkling hooks and the ever becoming vocal union of Vanderbraindrain’s spiv like devilment and The Minx’s Amazonian lure.

     Resistance (Makes the Heart Grown Fonder) completes the line-up upon the EP, its personal instant magnetism the perfect coaxing into an even stronger contagion of inimitable temptation. More a canter than its predecessors, the song ambles along with a Radio Stars meets Wreckless Eric enticing, at times a whiff of Ten Pole Tudor also showing its scent, simply bewitching at all times as it incites the body to use every angle at the hips disposal for a gentle but determined swing.

Recent releases have shown The Tuesday Club on a trend of being more and more creatively captivating with the Lady Gargar EP their new pinnacle in the defence of our pleasures and souls. Roll on EP 4 is all that is left to say.

The Lady Gargar EP is released on October 19th wit pre-orders available now @ http://thetuesdayclub.tmstor.es/cart/product.php?id=26399

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Upcoming Live shows:

Oct 19 8:00pm     The Horns     Watford, UK (EP Launch Show)

Oct 23 8:00pm     PDM At Harveys     Luton, UK

Oct 24 7:00pm     Cockfest! at The Town Hall     St. Albans, UK

Oct 31 7:30pm     Trestle Arts Centre     St. Albans, UK

Nov 01 6:00pm     Lower Red Lion     St. Albans, UK

Nov 08 8:00pm     The Garage     London, UK (supporting Toyah)

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Voodoo Vegas – Hypnotise EP

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A rock ‘n’ roll holler to reinforce their growing reputation as one energy rousing proposition, UK stompers Voodoo Vegas release the Hypnotise EP offering four songs that bellow and tenaciously stomp through ears from start to finish. Instantly it is a thickly enjoyable encounter which just hits the spot time and time again to give body and satisfaction a very healthy workout.

The successor to their well-received 2013 debut album The Rise Of Jimmy Silver, the Hypnotise EP is a potent build on its success and introduction to those new to the Voodoo Vegas roar. There are no major surprises unearthed by band and encounter but with the accomplished craft and open imagination of the band coursing songwriting and sound, the EP is more than just a solid proposition to support their rich live stature earned over the past couple of years or so. 2014 saw the quintet play a special guest slot for Status Quo in Holland, share the stage with Y&T on their UK/European Tour, and play a host of their own shows across the UK and Europe, as well as play a host of festivals. This year Voodoo Vegas played an acclaimed performance at the Camden Rocks Festival 2015 amongst many shows and with producer Will Maya (The Answer, Breed 77) record Hypnotise. It has been a busy time for the band east to expect being matched as their EP does the rounds tempting fans and newcomers alike.

VV2-cover-flattened_RingMaster Review   Hypnotise opens with its title track, swiftly creating a blaze of tangy grooves around antagonistic riffs and spiky rhythms driven by the strong vocals of Lawrence Case. Almost as quickly the song slips into a less imposing but no less magnetic stroll around an early entering chorus, undulating its intensity and attitude thereon in with fluid and pleasing prowess. The guitars of Merylina Hamilton and Jon Dawson provide a constant web of enterprise throughout the song which keeps ears happily fed whilst the bass of Ash Moulton brings its own throatily seductive groove.

It is a potent start with numerous rewards for the appetite and imagination to get hold of but soon eclipsed by its successor, Tied Up. From its first breath as a blaze of guitar, the track strolls with a predatory nature and tone, entwining it with fiery and feisty endeavour from across the band whipped up into extra zeal by the rapier swings of drummer Jonno Smyth. Hard and glam rock ‘n’ roll but with plenty more essences boiling in its belly, the song is a perpetually magnetic captivation with a simultaneous snarl and creative glint in the eye.

From one highlight to another in the blues seeded shape of Round & Round, a swagger of a stomp that just gets stronger and more inventive with each passing minute and rewarding listen. The harmonica skills of Case bring new intoxication to the song around midway, though bass and guitars had already whipped up a greedy lick of the lips for their devilish imagination by that point anyway.

The two songs offer the peak of the release but closing track Killing Joke has plenty in sound and anthemic imagination within its more intimidating canter to leave ears and pleasure ripe. As throughout Hypnotise hooks and grooves are forcibly appealing, being perfectly backed by feisty riffs as vocals alongside rhythms expose the pungent heart in a fine end to the EP.

As suggested, the Hypnotise EP is open in its inspirations, most likely Aerosmith, Guns ‘n’ Roses, and AC/DC amongst them, and does not venture into the unknown but for thick invigorating rock ‘n roll it, and Voodoo Vegas, leave no one wanting.

The Hypnotise EP is out now on iTunes

Upcoming Live Shows:

23rd Oct – WESTBURY, UK – Charlies Bar

24th Oct – EVESHAM, UK – Iron Road

21st Nov – BOURNEMOUTH, UK – The Cellar Bar

28th Nov – POOLE, UK – Mr Kyps

12th Dec – IPSWICH, UK – The Music Room (with Gilby Clarke)

13th Dec – LONDON, UK – The Underworld (with Gilby Clarke)

14th Dec – BILSTON, UK – The Robin (with Gilby Clarke)

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Pete RingMaster 14/10/2015

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The Sunday Reeds – Pretty People

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Providing a tasty glimpse to the album the band is currently working on, The Sunday Reeds have released new single Pretty People, a melodic snarl of a song which has ears grinning, feet tenaciously tapping, and appetite for more on the side of impatience. It is a rousing protagonist easily sparking high anticipation for the full-length to come whilst hinting at new twists and creative enterprise within the songwriting and imagination of Melbourne based duo Romana Ashton (vocals, bass) and Drew Jones (guitars).

Formed late 2008, The Sunday Reeds soon had attention lit amidst a quickly growing following with debut album Drowning in History the following year. Released through UK indie label Squirrel Records, the album opened the opportunity for the band to undertake an extensive European tour in 2010. At the time a romantic couple, Ashton and Jones split up in Paris, but thankfully stayed together creatively whilst all the pain and torment ending relationships bring, went to inspire and shape their critically acclaimed Amour Tragique EP of 2014. Now they return with new single Pretty People, a song which “On one level ‘is about cliques and their sense of self-importance, and on another, is a caustic social commentary about our culture’s fascination with ‘the trivial’, celebrity, gossip and fame by proxy.” Mixed by James Aparicio (Spiritualized and Mute Records) it is also a very flavoursome lure to things to come and rich pleasure now.

Rhythms and an instantly compelling bassline opens things up, Jones’ guitar soon adding its own bluesy web to already addictive bait working on the imagination. The song finds another heated flame as the beguiling vocal tones of Ashton join her prowess on four strings, this in turn seemingly sparking grooves and hooks in tandem to become hazier and intensely fiery. Like a mix of My Baby and Vienna Ditto but with its own unique character, the single continues to seduce with its shadowy rock ‘n’ roll and fuzzy temptation subsequently leaving a lingering imprint on thoughts and memory as Jones’ riveting almost nagging hooks collude with the temptress guile of Ashton’s voice and bass.

Pretty People is dark glamour and intensive incitement, a song to get seriously involved in whilst breeding a hunger for its impending source. The Sunday Reeds are back and better than ever.

Pretty People is out now via Heartgun Records.

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Whitecliff – Young Lovers EP

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There has been a flowing amount of praise and expectations of big things ahead for Whitecliff since the release of their first single Everybody Knows a year ago, and the Liverpool based band can expect plenty more thanks to their excellent debut EP Young Lovers. The first band signed to 25 Hour Convenience Store, the label of Gary Powell from The Libertines, Whitecliff have crafted and delivered a new exploit to which acclaim is set to be a given. Three tracks of virulent and inventive indie pop rock, the Young Lovers EP is simply a tonic for the ears and imagination.

Consisting of vocalist Olli Nagy, guitarist Jonny Ball, bassist Paul Bates, and drummer Tom Taylor, Whitecliff recorded the Young Lovers EP with producer Ken Nelson (Coldplay, Paolo Nutini, Badly Drawn Boy), its mixing taken care of by Dan Grech (Lana Del Rey, The Vaccines, Circa Waves), both also scheduled to work with the band on their first album scheduled for recording next spring. The latest release opens with its title track, and an instant blaze of warm melodies and enticing hooks tempered perfectly by a moodier bassline. The voice of Nagy is just as swiftly enticing, his tones gentle yet forceful in their expression and power to match the potent rhythmic jabs and sonic seducing masterfully and creatively at play across the song.

It is a rousing rock pop incitement to start the EP but straight away eclipsed by The Talk. From its opening tease of guitar and accompanying groove, the song is a virulent stroll which just gets more flirtatious and compelling with each vocal harmony around the potency of Nagy and every catchy twist slipping easily into ears with lingering effect. There is a feel of Black to the song and the overall songwriting of Whitecliff, in the blend of emotive passages and inescapable melodically honed hooks which just light up ears and appetite with increasing effect over every listen.

Final song Say What You Want is the same, but individual in character with its emotive croon through crystalline melodies in a creative romance of the imagination. On first listen the previous two songs outshine the third but time and plays has seen it bloom into an irresistible serenade to rival all whilst revealing more of the depth and substance to the Whitecliff sound.

As we predicted the quartet will be no strangers to acclaim over the next weeks and months but already there is the thought that we have barely tapped into their potential, even with the strength of Young Lovers so exciting times for them and us.

The Young Lovers EP is out now via 25 Hour Convenience Store / Believe Digital through iTunes and Amazon

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You Shall Suffer – We Are Invisible EP

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Introduced to it just recently by a member of the band itself, the We Are Invisible EP is one of those encounters to whet the appetite through potential and a potent sound. A fusion of death and metalcore, the release comes from Polish metallers You Shall Suffer and was released at the end of 2014 but a fresh acquaintance to us and now available as a name your own price download, we thought a quick perusal was in order to make others aware.

cover_RingMaster Review     Formed in 2013, the Wroclaw hailing quintet of Kuba Szewczyk, Michał Kacprowicz, Michał Szymański, Radek Strojny, and Marius Wołosz begin the EP with its title track. We Are Invisible opens on a great sinister sonic haunting which is quickly joined by almost tribal percussion and atmospheric intrigue. Things get darker and tenser as riffs and rapier like rolling rhythms join the tempting next, their presence the spark to a bullying tempest of sound led by raw vocals which ebb and flow in strength a little but keep ears gripped as the music works on the imagination. The song is at its most potent when entwining that initial coaxing of sound into its formidable body but less successful when it relaxes into a less imposing chorus that drifts across rather than accosts the senses. Nevertheless it is an enjoyable start to a release which gets stronger with every track.

Purposefully striding forward from a distance, Corporate Bitch is next, coiled grooves spewing their alluring toxicity across a brooding mass of riffs and rhythms which in turn breed a varied vocal aggression. A dark throated bassline grips attention as quickly and strongly as anything in the song initially, but as it weaves its sonic enterprise and flavoursome metal predation, the song itself becomes increasingly enticing and distinctive upon a recognisable raw metal canvas, especially in its great prowl of a climax.

Sound wise You Shall Suffer are not breaking boundaries or reshaping existing landscapes but there is a spark to their sound which ensures it does not easily fall into the crowd, Diggin’ Your Own Grave further proof with its meandering melodic toxins and guttural vocal antagonism around flesh whipping rhythms. Uncompromising and irritably hostile, the track keeps ears and attention glued but finds itself eclipsed by the closing might of Sleeper Must Awake. Easily the best and most inventive track on the EP with its tempestuous onslaught of intensity and hostility, it also comes equipped with a compelling and unpredictable tapestry of guitar and bass prowess around vocal causticity that just hits the spot.

On the other three songs alone, the We Are Invisible EP is an enjoyable and more than solid proposition but add Sleeper Must Awake and you have a release suggesting You Shall Suffer has the potential and invention within them to be much more than just another extreme metal encounter.

Go grab your free copy of the We Are Invisible EP @ http://youshallsuffer.bandcamp.com/album/we-are-invisible-ep

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Sofy Major – Waste

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After the merciless conditions which opposed the band when recording their acclaimed second album Idolize, including hurricane, flooding, loss of equipment for the band and the studio they were recording at, we assume the recording of its successor was an easier time for French rockers Sofy Major in comparison. What we can be certain of is that the time since the 2013 release and the unveiling of Waste has seen the band grow in presence and sound to hit another lofty peak with their new proposition. Waste is a glorious slab of rock ‘n’ roll; a storming proposal retaining the raw energy and uncompromising snarl of previous releases but also revealing a more melodic and composed touch to the wonderful volatility that persistently sets the Sofy Major sound as something to get excited over. Also as the last album, the Clermont-Ferrand trio has offered another essential slab of rock adventure to devour greedily, a temptation hard to see many refusing.

Produced by Dave Curran (Unsane, Pigs, Big Business), mixed by Andrew Schneider (Pigs, Julie Christmas, Unsane), and mastered by Carl Saff, Waste opens with its title track and an instantly intimidating and magnetic growl of noise and punk rock driven by heavy rock grooves and grizzly bass riffs. The vocals of bassist Mathieu Moulin roar with intensity yet equally an inviting tone, luring attention as a host of spicy grooves and tempting hooks add matching appeal within the increasingly carnivorous maelstrom of energy brewing across the track. It is a gripping and potent start to the release backed up in kind by We See Fire and a quickly emerging big hook of a slim but irresistible chorus. Twisting and turning with each breath, the song captivates like a fusion of The Great Sabatini, The Fat Dukes Of Fuck, and UK band The St Pierre Snake Invasion, great vocals from Moulin and drummer Mathieu Desternes around the increasingly enthralling guitar enterprise of Sébastien Fournet enslaving ears and imagination.

sofy_major_cover_RingMaster Review   Turning Point is just as adept and creative at raising the passions, its irritable bass bait inescapable addictiveness matched in success by the swinging gait of the song and its casting of contagious and psyche infesting grooves. There is a familiarity to this and the songs before it, but of Sofy Major only and taken to richer and more virulent levels, proof again coming with the bearish textures and roar of Slow Everywhere, it a bruising captivation as sonically antagonistic as it is roguishly captivating with the bass especially fiendish in its grumbling tone.

Variety is another returning aspect to the Sofy Major songwriting and ingenuity, the classic rock hook of Infinite Pill Case a wrong-footing tease from which the song tenaciously explores a weave of rhythmic agitation and guitar bred imagination impressively led by the ever alluring vocal delivery of Moulin. With unpredictability another constant throughout the rock ‘n’ roll bellow of the album, the song has body and emotions quickly involved, leaving an exhausted and full appetite in its wake for Black and Table to keep thoroughly satisfied through its slower wrapping of ears with sinister intent and stalking magnetism.

An essence of post punk flavours Iron Butt next, a spicing lacing the web spun by Fournet’s fingers whilst Devotion Man brings a more grungy essence to its enticing brew of noise and punkish confrontation. Both tracks get the blood racing in different ways as they inflame the air, the first with a more urgent tempest and its successor through a controlled yet predatory canter which uses every breath to create an infectious coaxing.

The album concludes with an excellent cover of the Les Thugs song As Happy As, Sofy Major taking the track to darker and again more post punk depths whilst increasing its virulence. Rarely does a cover match an original but the closing song on Waste is more than a thrilling match for its inspiration.

Fair to say a soft spot for Sofy Major through their previous albums, Idolise especially, has become much more lustful thanks to Waste. Rock ‘n’ roll does not get much more carnivorously attractive and exhilarating than this so get those ears and pennies ready

Waste will be released via Solar Flare Records on October 30th on 12″ vinyl, CD, and digitally. Preordering available @ http://shop.solarflarerds.com/categories/pre-orders

Pigs/Sofy Major European Tour Dates:

15.10.15 : London @ Power Lunches

16.10.15 : Paris @ Le Picolo

17.10.15 : Liège @ La Zone

18.10.15 : Vesoul @ Café Français

21.10.15 : Cologne @ Sonic Ballroom

22.10.15 : Lille @ La Péniche

23.10.15 : Rotterdam @ Poppodium Baroe

24.10.15 : Bruxelles @ Magasin 4

25.10.15 : Genève @ L’Usine

26.10.15 : Prague @ Exit Us

27.10.15 : Vienne @ Fluc

28.10.15 : Bologne @ Freakout Club

29.10.15 : Rome @ Init

30.10.15 : Savona@ Raindogs House

31.10.15 : Milan @ Lo Fi + Mutoid Man

04.11.15 : Montpellier @ Black Sheep

05.11.15 : Lyon @ Grrrd Zero

07.11.15 : Bergerac @ Gare Mondiale

09.11.15 : Clermont-Ferrand @ La Coopérative de Mai

10.11.15 : Bordeaux @ Iboat

11.11.15 : Toulouse @ Pavillons Sauvages

12.11.15 : Poitiers @ Grand Café

13.11.15 : Rouen @ Kalif

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Pigs – Wronger

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If you are looking for a noise rock treat to end the impending year’s end on a high, we have the new Pigs album to suggest. Equally if you are looking for a ferocious punk rock tempest, or an uncompromising rock ‘n’ roll confrontation, Wronger fits the bill perfectly too. The new album from the New York City trio of Dave Curran from Unsane, Jim Paradise of Player’s Club and Freshkills, and Andrew Schneider (renowned producer with the likes of Cave In, Converge, Made Out of Babies, Unsane, and Keelhaul on his CV), is a brawl you will only get increasingly excited to be swallowed up by. It is a blaze of scarring imagination as virulently addictive as it is mercilessly abrasive, and indeed bracing. Pigs made a mighty debut with first album You Ruin Everything in 2012, cemented and pushed their refreshing presence with the Gaffe EP the following year, but Wronger is a whole new caustic bitch slap of pleasure and aggressive adventure to get fired up by.

It opens with the sonic infestation of A Great Blight, a diseased web of noise hypnotically living up to the creeping invasiveness of its title. The instrumental piece crawls over the senses and into the psyche, eroding defences with its repetitious whilst The Life In Pink waits in the wings to fill its departing void. The second track though rather than quickly assaulting ears weaves in on a flirtatious hook cast by Curran’s guitar, its successful lure shaking under the impact of Paradise’s composed and resonating beats. In no time the bass of Schneider growls with a predacious passion whilst the riffs and vocals of Curran add grizzled attitude and prowess to the song’s emerging heavy stroll. It is a raw and thickly enticing bluster, tempestuous rock ‘n’ roll which ensures an inescapable persuasion, especially with the re-occurring delicious hook which sets things rolling.

pigs_wronger_cover_RingMaster Review     The following Bet It All On Black leaps in with a punk swagger and impossible to resist rhythmic devilry, willing feet and hips recruited as rapidly as ears and imagination through another delicious hook which this time has a whiff of post punk addictiveness to it. Schneider swings an equally magnetic and infectious groove through his ever bestial toned bass, another spice to the gripping drama and threat of the track, an intimidation emulated in Amateur Hour In Dick City though it pursues a more hard rock flavouring to its noise rock volatility. As in all songs, things evolve though, turn in on themselves and bring new twists and exploits to contemplate. Without quite matching its predecessors, there is only an infection to the eventful song which flows eagerly before Mope descends on the listener with its scuzz woven tapestry of meandering grooves, intoxicating hooks, and predatory rhythms. A smothering cloud of raw noise is the best description, this veined by virulent temptations and, within certain brief partings of its worrisome clouds, melodic toxicity for major addictiveness.

     Wrap It Up is the same, its hostile climate and abusive physical invention increasingly persuasive with every sonic lancing and rally of rhythmic bullying colluding in something quite bewitching as it corrodes the senses. Imagine Joy Division meets Unsane and you get a sense of part of the excellent encounter, though again it is a proposition shifting tact and character minute by minute.

The Cajun twang of Mouth Dump and its thumping beats around a trio of spoken vocals spark thoughts next, its short insight a respite yet provocateur in a way setting up the scathing roar of Make Sure To Forget, another sonically cancerous slice of punk/noise agitation with its own tasty Buzzcocks scented hook. As seriously pleasing as it is, it does not rival in success other songs around it, emphasizing their might, and is unlucky to be followed by the majorly outstanding Bug Boy, a song which makes you forget the past three or so minutes as soon as it scurries under the skin. Featuring guest vocals from ex-Made Out of Babies/Battle of Mice front woman Julie Christmas, the track is a ravenous tempest once again entwining imagination infesting grooves and hooks, barbarous rhythms, and a vocal bedlam to get greedy over.

Wronger is brought to a close by firstly its physically cantankerous title track and lastly the extensive bellow of Donnybrook. Both songs grip forcibly as they abrase and tempt, the first hitting its sweet spot around midway when it dips into a haunting melodic aside still walled by raw shadows and waiting to bellow sonic animosity. Its eight minute successor prowls and lurches through ears with doomy breath and volatile temperament, becoming more unpredictable and magnetic as a warm calm emerges from its erosive landscape and in turn brews its own dark imposing atmosphere which becomes the dominate wind of fascination. A slow burner compared to some, the track is undoubtedly a mighty end to a thoroughly enjoyable trespass.

The album is easily Pigs finest moment to date, but you get the feeling still just a step to bigger and bolder things from the band. As Christmas lists are being drawn up, Wronger is one to place at the top for all violent rock ‘n’ roll fans with no regrets found through this thrilling beast

Wronger is out now via Solar Flare Records on 12” vinyl, CD, and digitally @ http://music.solarflarerds.com/album/wronger

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