London Rockers THE RINGARDS Nail It Again Big Time With ‘TIT WILLOW’…

Daily electricity to load your batteries


31 March 2020

Turn Up The Volume championed London band THE RINGARDS several times before and will do that again. Why? Because these inventive rockers impress with every new release. So far all their songs are first-class gems, every single track is different in approach and
in sound. Also, they’re politically and socially outspoken. On previous pieces they tackled Brexit (Glasgow Television) and Los Angeles, the city of angels (Holiday Bitch) Check all their crackers on Soundcloud.

And here’s brand new cut called ‘TIT WILLOW’. A staggering stunner with a glam rock resonance, fueled by a banging ongoing beat, tingling guitars, reflective vocals and
a catchy as hell chorus. One of the most riveting stuff I heard so far this year. No, I’m
not exaggerating at all! It’s about time the world discovers this terrifically gifted band.

Cage was it the age?
With this in mind we say good morrow
to our waking souls,
Which watch not one another out of fear;
For love, all love of other sights controls,
And makes one little room an everywhere.
With No guest in the nest, watch us undress

Tune in…

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Indie Rockers THE RINGARDS Show Their Moody Side On New Track ‘VELVET PELVIC’…

New sonic impulses

29 October 2019

After a trio of zesty singles London‘s indie rockers THE RINGARDS return with their smoothest cut so far. New track ‘VELVET PELVIC‘ is about “pressure and never being good enough in the eyes of your loved ones, including your own parents“. A familiar, recognizable and, unfortunately, a theme of all times for countless young people, as legends The Who voiced, perfectly spot-on, in their classic hit ‘My Generation‘.

Capture the moody vibe right here…


THE RINGARDS Share Love/Hate Song About A Town Called L.A. – Here’s ‘HOLIDAY BITCH’…

Daily fuel to load your sonic batteries…

30 May 2019

London‘s plain-speaking/singing/rocking trio THE RINGARDS nail it again with a toxic
mixed emotions track called HOLIDAY BITCH. A caustic cracker with a funky vibe and
some punchy and cynical spoken word sequences describing a love/hate relationship
with the city of Los Angeles where one of the band members spend a great part of his youth. Another great jam from this promising threesome sounding as if was produced
by the now heavily scoring South London misfits Fat White Family. Tune in right here…


London’s Dedicated Three-Piece THE RINGARDS Have Resistless Advice… ‘STAY WHERE YOU STAND’

Daily fuel to load your sonic batteries…

23 April 2019

Social-politically committed and dedicated London trio THE RINGARDS got some well deserved critical acclaim with the release of last month’s angry and pissed-off uppercut single ‘ Glasgow Television‘. A legit reason to share a fresh re-work of an older song.

STAY WHERE YOU STAND shows how terrifically amazing this trio is. This mid-tempo belter built around an irresistible drum/bass beat will make your feet stomp along instantly. And when the telling vocals kick in it’s like you’ve been transferred on the
spot to a vintage Libertines corker. Add some staccato jingle jangle guitars, a poppy
synths sequence midway and a scream/sing/hum along chorus and what you get
in the end is a resistless winner you’ll have on repeat immediately. Tune in here…

THE RINGARDS: Facebook – Instagram –  Soundcloud

Outspoken London Rockers THE RINGARDS Tackle Brexit With New Poignant Outburst ‘GLASGOW TELEVISION’…

Daily fuel to load your sonic batteries…

8 March 2019

Wow! With this brand new anti-Brexit slam London‘s hungry, turbulent and outspoken wolves THE RINGARDS fit perfectly well along current leading outlaw bands Idles, Shame, Fontaines D.C. and Fat White Family. Trust me, ‘GLASGOW TELEVISION‘ is one of the best tracks you’ ll hear this year. That good? Without a shadow of a doubt. After a smashing intro, this angry ripper grows and grooves into a pissed-off uppercut with a frenzied chorus and an ear-shattering climax. Two minutes and nineteen seconds of charged frustration about a once great country that seems to be on the verge of a historic downfall. Feel the sharp-edged anger right here…

THE RINGARDS: Facebook – Instagram –  Soundcloud

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

The knockout killer tracks of the past month…

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Eleven Knockout Tracks on repeat this past month!
A smoking fusion of roaring rippers and gusty grooves
Here’s Turn Up The Volume‘s Knockout January Team!

1. ‘Feet’ by FAT WHITE FAMILY (London, UK)
The Saoudi/Adamczewski family returns with magnetic mantra-like chant. Intoxicating stuff!

2. ‘Motor City Steel’ by The Dandy Warhols (Portland, US)
Irresistibly catchy earworm from The Dandys marvelous new LP Why You So Crazy.

3. ‘The Creeps’ by LAURA IMBRUGLIA (Melbourne, Australia)
Australian singer/songwriter turns her anger into a burning banger. Top cut!…

4. M.A.H. by THE CHEMICAL BROTHERS (Manchester, UK)
A massive cannonball. A dance punk anthem for 24 hour party ravers…

5. Ar.Mour by UNKLE feat. Miink & Elliot Power (UK)
Vibey, spaced-out and cosmic. Yes, UNKLE is back!

6. ‘All I Want’ by BROKEN SOCIAL SCENE (Toronto, Canada)
Toronto’s harmony team returns with an upbeat and funky cracker. Bingo!

7. ‘Chain Of Being’ by CROWS (London, UK)
A relentlessly drums driven missile with a terrifically rollicking guitar fanfare…

8. ‘Dead Beat’ by GUIDE DOG (Bridgend, Wales)
A head-smashing wallop sounding like Nine Inch Nails with a hammering hangover…

9. ‘Steppenwolf’ by THE RINGARDS (London, UK)
Claustrophobic groove with wailing guitars creating a sort of weird voodoo feel…

10. ‘Another Mess, I’ by AYU (Switzerland/Germany)
Soulfully trippy, emotionally atmospheric, charmingly poppy with a Massive Attack touch…

11. ‘Seventeen’ by SHARON VAN ETTEN (Belleville, NJ, US)
Impassioned and melancholic pearl, with a vocal finale that causes goosebumps…

(photo Sharon by TUTV!)

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London’s Foursome THE RINGARDS Impresses With Their Fresh Ominous Single ‘STEPPENWOLF’…

Daily fuel to load your sonic batteries…

3 January 2019


Who: Highly promising “British quartet formed in the summer of 2017, under a
hidden London sun, playing indie rock, a mixture of classic high energy songs with
both big sing-along courses and mellow dreamy tracks. Each track is a different
journey but always filled with catchy lyrics and made memorable with singer
Enzo’s distinctive and hypnotic voice.”

Pick: STEPPENWOLF – New single

Score: Your sonic attention will be drawn from the very first imposing beat and the haunting tonality of the singer’s articulation on this astonishing cracker. Within thirty
seconds the tension goes up, the story gets more claustrophobic while wailing guitars create a sort of weird voodoo feel. Totally intriguing stroke you’ll have on repeat for a while.Tune in here and get doomed…

THE RINGARDS: Facebook – Instagram –  Soundcloud