This Old House: new music by Justice of the Unicorns

Jonathan Terhaar Contributor

By Jonathan Terhaar in New Music on Wednesday 9 January 2013

Every Justice of the Unicorns release gets a little more catchy and a little more serious. Band leader, Rusty Dungan, sounds less like he’s laughing at his own songs on this Double-Single entitled This Old House that releases on Decemeber 1. It’s only two songs, but you’ll play them over and over. Barely controlled twang, […]

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The Jim Jones Revue: Rock n’roll turned up a notch

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By Ed Tucker in New Music on Monday 10 December 2012

I caught this band by accident when I stumbled into the Crossroads Tent late one night at Secret Garden Party this year. I was blown away – not my usual cuppa tea but they were everything you want in a live performance. Pure, undiluted old-style rock n’roll but turned up to 11. Frenzied, fast and […]

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Twins: the new solo album from Ty Segall

Jonathan Terhaar Contributor

By Jonathan Terhaar in New Music on Saturday 13 October 2012

I didn’t think San Francisco’s Ty Segall could rock much harder after his Slaughterhouse album just released a few months ago. But his third LP of the year (!), Twins, is pretty much the apex of his recording career. Each release is better than the previous one. Twins, recorded with a little more hi-finess allows […]

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The music behind the new Howling Bells album, Radio Wars

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By Zolton in New Music on Thursday 15 January 2009

The last time I caught up with London-based, Australian band, Howling Bells, was in New York in early 2007 when they played a show at one of the many seedy Lower East Side bars. Since then, they’ve recorded a new album, the aptly named Radio Wars [listen to their song, Treasure Hunt, below], a remarkable […]

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