THE LOUNGE SOCIETY Join The British Post-Punk Rebirth With Wayward Debut Album ‘TIRED OF LIBERTY’

Standout longplayers

26 August 2022

Who: Post-punk indies from
Calder Valley, Northern England

More about the band in this NME Interview

Released: 26 August 2022

Buy via Official Store

Far Out Magazine says: “Tired of liberty is an exciting mix of ideas that documents
the band’s kerosene lurch to prominence while offering a succulent platter for future
direction. What shores this young, intriguing quartet will sail to next is anyone’s guess,
but my ears will be sure to follow.”
Full review here. Score: 4.5/5.

TURN UP THE VOLUME: Songs about growing up in a scary world, about confusing emotions, about abuse of political power, about having more questions than answers, about this messed-up world. Nervous guitars, pumping bass, rock steady drums, haunting vocals, capricious tunes that weirdly stick, wayward twists and turns. You won’t get tired of this rad record.

Get the picture? Yes, with this ace debut LP The Lounge Society joins the already
impressive cast of the British post-punk rebirth with young gunslingers such as
Ditz, Silverbacks, black midi, Shame, The Murder Capital and New Country Black Road.

UK indie is working its way back to its prominent place in music for
a couple of years now and getting close to its peak. Don’t miss it!

Singles/clips: Blood Money / No Driver / Upheaval




Stream the full album on Spotify…

THE LOUNGE SOCIETY: Facebook – Instagram

TOM WAITS Shares Live Versions Of Two 20 Year Old Songs

14 Augustus 2022

Twenty years ago on the same day, on 7 May 2002, master crooner
TOM WAITS released two albums. ALICE and BLOOD MONEY.

And just out of the blue the sandpaper voice dropped live versions
of 1 track of each album. Seems like the harbinger for more to come.

(From ‘Blood Money’ – recorded in Milan, Italy in 2008)

(From ‘Alice’ – recorded in
London in 2004)

TOM WAITS: Bio – Discography

Florida Gunslingers NOISEHEADS Bluster On Their New Clamoring Corker ‘BIG MONEY’

Daily electricity to load your batteries

1 February 2022

Who: Muscly rock trio from Pensacola, Florida

New single: BIG MONEY
Recorded by Steve Albini for
their upcoming, third album.

Turn Up The Volume: The chanting catchiness of Weezer,
the big fun fervidness of Blink 182 and the steamrollin’ swagger
of The Offspring. Guitar rock is not dead! Well, as long as grueling
gunslingers like these pick up guitars, find a battering drummer,
and play their butts off.

Big Money is a clamoring corker that never looks back. A rager according
to their noise expert/producer Steve Albini. Unlimited decibels, a hefty
chorus and a schizophrenic saxophone cause a filthy furor. Get the loud
picture? I repeat: guitar rock is not dead.

“There’s no such thing as moderation. Overkill is just sedation.”

Damn right…

NOISEHEADS: Instagram – Twitter