TURN UP THE VOLUME’s JUKEBOX 2023 – 10 New Tracks Added Every Week

Every week 10 new rad tracks added

In order to not miss a beat Turn Up The Volume scans the musical
horizon daily (doing it for years now, actually) to stay in touch with
all new things sonically great and shares the results on a weekly

Check the 10 new rad cuts just
added to this rad 2023 playlist.


1. ‘Rigor Mortis Radio’ by THE HIVES

(Photo by Turn Up The Volume)

The Swedish punk madcaps nail it again with the third single from their upcoming LP,
titled The Death Of Randy Fitzsimmons (who?) and out next month, August 11.

Sassy stroke.

2. ‘The Trench Coat Museum’ by YARD ACT

Following last year’s triumphant debut album The Overload the British indies return with this 8+ minute dancefloor filler infused with a flabbergasting bass riff, spiced with Smith‘s parlando vocals, schizo guitars and yes, cowbells.

Disco-punk thrill.


Photo by Coleman Rogers

This new Boston band hit bullseye right away with their debut single.
Arrive! is a bang-on belter spiced with towering vocals.


4. ‘Every Chance I Get (I Want You In The Flesh)’ by DAN AUERBACH

Black key voice/guitarist bewitches with his new moody solo single.

Bluesy stuff.

5. ‘Quirky’ by POINDEXTER

This Michigan-based collective mixes ska, pop and indie with head-spinning effects.
You can’t but go skagaga to their effervescent burst of music like here with a single
from their upcoming debut album, titled Treats that lands on July 25th.

Turn up the trombone.

6. ‘Bloodscreamtorture (Theme From Bathtime)’ by DEAN STACY

Photo by Connie Ann

Bluesy, groovy and electrifying, driven by a magnetic guitar riff and ending with
a vocal climax. An absolute highlight from this Los Angeles-based singer-songwriter’s
new 7-track EP The Bathtime Tapes.


7. ‘Drift Away’ MIRROR GLAZE

Photo by Aylin Sengül

This German pithy pop-punk act just released their punchy debut album All Change Please. Drift Away is a standout track pushed by bass/drum energy, jangly guitars and
riot grrl vocals.


8. ‘Fourteen Days’ by STYLUSBOY

Melancholic Americana folk the English way. Fourteen Days is a pearl of a song. Gripping, heavy-hearted and forthwith captivating. I’ll feature on his new EP Back In The Day that lands on 28 July.

Splendid accomplishment.


9.’Foreign Land’ by TEENAGE FANCLUB

(Press photo by Donald Milne)

The Scottish veterans have their album number 12, baptized Nothing Last Forever
on 22 September. Single Foreign Land is vintage TF. Harmonious dream pop for relaxing moments.



10. ‘De(e)pends’ by MR. AUTUMN

This Belgian singer-songwriter is blessed with a mesmerizing that fits
his candlelight musings spot-on. Discover De(e)pends and you’ll hear what
I mean.

His debut album ‘Catharsis‘ arrives in September. More info here.



Steam to Spotify and stream.

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Kooky Post Punk Galvanism – Here’s MIRROR GLAZE With New Stroke ‘COTTON CANDY HEARTS’…

Daily fuel to load your sonic batteries…


5 July 2020

From Hamburg Germany please welcome MIRROR GLAZE. They also like to call themselves “Garage Surfers from Hippie Beach“. A short description for their groovy, bloomy, surfy, rock ‘n’ roll lo-fi, reverb sound. They offer a rock ‘n’ roll flashback, in
perfect synergy. Like Bob Dylan and Patti Smith had a child in the early 60s, which is adopted from “Dead Moon“ in the late 70s. Sounds pretty cool, isn’t it?

The four-piece dropped ‘COTTON CANDY HEARTS‘, the second cut from their debut EP
At the Sugar Factory. A kooky flare-up with mental guitars, mental chords, and mental post-punk screams. It’s a weirdly groovy uppercut hitting you between the eyes while sounding like 70s New York’s new wavers Television after a 24-hour drink marathon.
Yes, I know, this is wicked galvanism screwing your messed-up head. Hallelujah!

The accompanying video drag us across the extinct Reeperbahn – made world-famous by The Beatles – contains explicit language, use of alcoholic beverage, and black magic rituals that some viewers might find upsetting…

While you’re here check also UNDERCOVER LOVER, the first piece of the EP…