TURN UP THE VOLUME 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 tracks just
added to this rad 2023 playlist.
1. ‘Worship The Whip’ by BE YOUR OWN PET (Nashville)
Back after 10 years, these snot-rockers still know how to turn up the heat.
This new sucker-punk-punch will be on their new, upcoming album, titled
Mommy, out in August.
2. ‘CLAY’ by TAPE TRASH (Oslo, Norway)
A sassy steamer from these Norwegian
indies’ new EP 4-EVER. Spicy stuff!
3. ‘The Jig’ by HUNGRY (Manchester, UK)
As so many post-Brexshit-punk bands do, the young dogs of
Hungry also give the middle finger to the rotten political class
in charge, with this riff-manic stormer.
4. ‘For Tomorrow’ by PROTOMARTYR (Detroit, US)
One of the highlights of Detroit‘s wayward rock mavericks’
brand-new album Formal Growth In The Desert
5. ‘Carnavoyeur’ by QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE (California)
Josh Homme and his gang share their new album In Times New Roman…
with the world on 16 June and this bluesy-groovy track will be on it.
6. ‘Self-Made Man’ by JENNA DE VRIES (Nashville, TN)
Oh my, oh my, what a VOICE! This brand new De Vries galvanizing gem
is about female empowerment and she kicked off Pride Month with it.
Follow her loud and clear vocal lead.
7. ‘The Ballad Of Alonzo Boyd’ by THE LIGHTING STRUCK (Toronto)
A whirling guitar-riff-fueled stroke from these
Canadian’s notable debut LP bolt from the blue.
8. ‘Born To Run’ by THE BRAE
Americana country bliss the English way by crystal clear husband/wife voices.
Tunes like this make you smile from left to right and back. From the pair’s new
album ‘Start Right Now’, out next week, June 9.
9. ‘Sunrise: Reprise by THE KYND (London, UK)
Britpop veterans are back on track with their new effervescent
album Timelines. The funky horns-charged Sunrise: Reprise jam is
the 3rd single off the full length. Touchdown.
10. ‘Open The Door, See What You Find’ by NOEL GALLAGHER (Manchester, UK)
Latest single from NG’s excellent brand-new album Council Skies, canned with
the High Flying Birds. No, the man doesn’t need an Oasis reunion.
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