Time flies when you’re having dazzling sonic strokes on your headphones. It’s already June, so here’s a steamy selection of Twelve Smoking Motherrockers to inflame all your 2016 summer parties. Clear your street, invite the whole neighbourhood, turn up the volume, sing and scream out loud and go completely nuts with this 2016 All Star Team… so far.
1/ ‘Whitest Boy On The Beach’ by THE FAT WHITE FAMILY
London’s provocateurs on a mind-boggling roll. Unstoppable and irresistible groove.
On album: Songs For Our Mothers
FWF: Facebook – Twitter
2/ ‘Golden Rope’ by PRIMAL SCREAM
When swirling psychedelia & electro vibes have a date with a gospel choir. Hallelujah!
On album: Chaosmosis
PRIMAL SCREAM: Website – Facebook
3/ ‘Coming Out Backwards’ by THEM BRUINS
From down under. Explosive psychobilly spiced with a stirring The Cramps swagger.
On mini-album: Nobody Wants To Dance With Them Bruins
THEM BRUINS: Facebook – Twitter
4/ ‘Dust’ by PARQUET COURTS
The New York based Texan punks are back with a swinging broom to sweep all critics.
On album: Human Performance
5/ ‘Semper Fidelis’ by THE DANDY WARHOLS
You can’t ignore the catchy magnetism of these experienced Portland groove experts.
On album: Distortland
THE DANDY WARHOLS: Website – Facebook
6/ ‘T.I.W.Y.G.’ by SAVAGES
Never mess with the genuine intensity & power of this tremendous female four-piece fury.
On album: Adore Life
SAVAGES: Website – Facebook
7/ ‘I Decide’ by THE JULIE RUIN
Kathleen Hannah‘s gang on a thunderous trip accompanied by a seducing na-na-na choir.
On album: Hit Reset
THE JULIE RUIN: Website – Facebook
8/ ‘Translate’ by SUUNS
The Canadian sound wizards will get under your skin with this haunting electro kraut jam.
On album: Hold/Still
SUUNS: Website – Facebook
9/ ‘Kill Us’ by DEUX FURIEUSES
This British female duo will impress you with their raging passion & clenched outburst.
On album: Tracks Of Wire
DEUX FURIEUSES: Website – Facebook
10/ ‘Snakehips’ by THE LAPELLES
Young Scottish guitar pop firework with electrifying my guitar generation sparks.
THE LAPELLES: Website – Twitter
11/ ‘Cocktail’ by DOUBLE VETERANS
Sixties jingle jangle fueled garagebilly to get rid of your hangover in 2.07 minutes.
On album: Space Age Voyeurism
DOUBLE VETERANS: Facebook – Bandcamp
12/ ‘Blink Your Eyes’ by BIG BAD ECHO
Mind-bending serpent turning more enraged with every second. Fervid Australian frenzy.
Mini-album: It Takes a Big Dog To Weigh a Tonne
BIG BAD ECHO: Facebook – Spotify