Five Firecrackers To STAY ON TRACK IN THE WEEKEND!

23/25 January 2021

Turn Up The Volume likes the smell of rock ‘n’ roll in the weekend!
Here come 5 new firecrackers to bang-up your favorite 48 hours…

– Sweet Sin – (Lockdown Mix) by A SLICE OF LIFE (Belgium)
Sounds like Sisters of Mercy remixed by the Chemical Brothers. Get your disco ball out of
the closet, move your furniture & pretend you’re the star in Saturday Night Lockdown Fever.

– Song Of The Night Gator – SAFETY (Brooklyn, NY)
Razor-sharp-edged post-punk indie raging full steam ahead pushed by a drummer on
a droning mission. Only 1.45 minutes, but enough time to blow up your speakers. From the Brooklyn trio’s upcoming 6-track Greetings from the Sunshine State, out 19th March.


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– A HERO’S DEATH – FONTAINES D.C. remixed by SOULWAX
Irish rockers Fontaines D.C. sounding vibey and funky? Absolutely. Well, after the Belgian dance brothers Dewaele aka Soulwax put their hands on the title track of the Irish band.

– Oh So Real – by HONEY LUNG (UK)
Grungy shoegaze roller coaster with a metallic resonance. Rowdy, turbulent, multi-layered but also pretty sticky when the chorus kicks in. Buzzing stroke to boost your adrenalin.

– Business Casual – TOMAHAWK feat. Mike Patton (USA)
The supergroup, led by Faith No More‘s loud mouth Mike Patton is back after nearly eight years. This fierce jackhammer is the first taster of new LP, titled Tonic Immobility, out in March.

London’s Melodious Rockers HONEY LUNG Detonate On New Single ‘NOTHING’…

31 July 2019

London’s robust rockers HONEY LUNG are back with new cut NOTHING, a track coined during a hazy writing session at frontman Jamie Batten’s house listening to psych icons
The Jesus and Mary Chain, and packed with an intense barrel of energy that’s come to be expected from the rising quartet.

The band revealed in a press statement: “Everything is coming into focus, we know what we are and where we are going. Nothing has been the closest we have come to creating the sound in our heads”.

NOTHING is heavily spiced, melodious electricity. Partly pushed by a wall-of-agitated-guitars sound, partly reflective when singer Batte pops up. And when everything comes together you’ll get an imposing resonance, both burning and euphonious. Capture the heat right here…

HONEY LUNG: Facebook


NOTHING out now – available via Apple Music  and streamable on Spotify