FIVE INFLAMMABLE SUMMER BANGERS – Part 7…

Weekly series of five rolling ripsnorters to go completely bananas to this summer

Another week! Another hit team of five heated jackhammers! Let’s rock…

1. ‘Made With Hate’ by PROPHETS OF RAGE
(Single 2019)

2. ‘The Way In’ by THE DREAM SYNDICATE
(Album: These Times – 2019)

3. ‘Date With The Night’ by YEAH YEAH YEAHS
(Album: Fever To Tell – 2003)

4. ‘Black Hanz’ by THE MOONLANDINGZ
(Album: Interplanetary Class Classics – 2017)

5. ‘Disco Sofa’ by GARETH SAGER & THE HUNGRY GHOSTS
(Album: Juicy Rivers – 2018)

All Summer Bangers so far
collected here on Spotify

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See/hear you next week, music junkies

OUT TODAY! New Riveting Album ‘THESE TIMES’ by THE DREAM SYNDICATE…

Just released

3 May 2019

Band: THE DREAM SYNDICATE
Who: veteran psych pop designers led
by singer/songwriter Steve Wynn
Album: THESE TIMES (first LP in 7 years)
Turn Up The Volume! says: classy and highly
affecting songwriting all the way – splendid score

Stream THESE TIMES in full…

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Here are the singles/clips…

– THE WAY IN –

– PUT SOME MILES ON –

– BLACK LIGHT –

THESE TIMES available via Bandcamp and iTunes

THE DREAM SYNDICATE: Facebook – Discography – Biography

TURN UP THE VOLUME’S Eleven Knockout Tracks For APRIL 2019…

This past month’s best…

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Eleven Knockout Tracks on repeat this past month!
A tasty cocktail of rollicking rippers and first-rate cuts.
Here’s Turn Up The Volume‘s Knockout April Team!

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1. ‘Blah Blah Blah’ by MEMES (Glasgow, Scotland)
The spirit of The Fall’s debut EP Bingo-Master’s Break-Out!. Ramshackle racket!…

2. ‘Covered In Filth’ by THE MEDICINE DOLLS (Capetown, South Africa)
Raw rollicking rockabilly riffs with waggish bubblegum ooh-la-la’s. Filthy score!

3. ‘Don’t’ by MILLIONAIRE (Belgium)
An ominous funky smack fueled by a mighty disco stomp. Hell yeah!…

4. ‘Candy’ by FALLING MAN (Belgium)
An enigmatic painkiller for spooky midnight hours. It will keep you sane. Maybe…

5. ‘Stay Where You Stand’ by THE RINGARDS (London, UK)
Jangly guitars, ace pace, poppy synths and a scream/sing/hum along chorus. Top!

6. ‘The Way In’ by THE DREAM SYNDICATE (Los Angeles, CA, US)
Electrifying psych piece from the band’s new upcoming album ‘These Times

7. ‘Hey’ Gyp (Dig The Slowness) by THE RACONTEURS (US)
Jack White & buddies back with gloriously messy Donovan cover…

8. ‘6.30‘ by SUPER PARADISE (London,UK)
When blitzkrieg guitars, echoing vocals and flashy synths meet. A bang-up roller coaster!

9. ‘Who’s Been Having You Over’ by PETER DOHERTY & THE PUTA MADRES (UK)
Snappy garage stomper with sharp-edged guitar licks and Doherty‘s characteristic vox…

10. ‘Prozac Spaceman’ by FAUX CO. (Chicago, US)
This delightful humdinger will dance in your head for some time after one spin…

11. ‘Parabole’ by TURQUOISE (Bruxelles, Belgique)
Sensuous French vocals, glimmering guitars and New Order‘s blue dynamics. Magnifique!…

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THE DREAM SYNDICATE Drops Another Bang-Up Cut From New Album – Here’s ‘THE WAY IN’…

Brand new sonic impulses

16 April 2019

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Los Angeles‘ psych rockers THE DREAM SYNDICATE just dropped another rad
cracker from their first new album in 7 years. After groovy lead single Black Light
and catching steamroller Put Some Miles On here’s another electrifying cut. Catch
THE WAY IN right here..

DREAM SYNDICATE: Facebook – Tour Dates


THESE TIMES – New album out 5 May via ANTI-

THE DREAM SYNDICATE Shares Another Track From New LP – Here’s ‘PUT SOME MILES ON’…

Brand new sonic impulses

20 March 2019


(Photo by Linda Pitmon)

Los Angeles THE DREAM SYNDICATE release their first album since 2012. THESE TIMES
is out next May. Frontman Steve Wynn says about the lyrical content of the new record: “There is no avoiding the existential panic of a world that’s hurtling somewhere quickly, evolving, and shifting course by the hour,” he says. “It seems like a lie to not address or reflect the things that we can’t stop thinking about — the whole world’s watching indeed. The lyrics are just a mirror of the dread, panic, mania, speculation, melancholy and ultimately shrugging abandonment that just might follow. It’s just all about where we are.”

After last month’s groovy lead single Black Light the band now shared another new cut. ‘PUT SOME MILES ON’ relates to being on the road, the passing of time and listening with appreciation to the influential jazz trumpeter, Miles Davis. It’s a highly catching steamroller getting under your skin from the get-go. Join the swirling trip right here…

DREAM SYNDICATE: Facebook – Tour Dates


THESE TIMES – out 5 May via ANTI-

Psych Collective THE DREAM SYNDICATE Returns With Mind-Bending Single/Clip ‘BLACK LIGHT’…

Brand new sonic impulses

20 February 2019


(Photo by Linda Pitmon)

Veteran psych act from Los Angeles THE DREAM SYNDICATE will launch their first album since 2012. THESE TIMES is out next May. Frontman Steve Wynn says about the lyrical content of the new record: “There is no avoiding the existential panic of a world that’s hurtling somewhere quickly, evolving, and shifting course by the hour,” he says. “It seems like a lie to not address or reflect the things that we can’t stop thinking about — the whole world’s watching indeed. The lyrics are just a mirror of the dread, panic, mania, speculation, melancholy and ultimately shrugging abandonment that just might follow. It’s just all about where we are.”

Here’s lead single ‘BLACK LIGHT‘. A repetitive trance-inducing groove that sticks instantly…

DREAM SYNDICATE: Facebook


THESE TIMES – out 5 May via ANTI-