Opening with the one-two punch of their recent 7″ and never looking back, Watts are keeping the flame of song-driven classic rock alive on Flash Of White Light.
I love My Face.
Jenny Dee & The Deelinquents manage to blend ELO, Olivia Newton-John, Sweet, Darlene Love and Blondie into something new and different.
Junior Communist Club was a lo-fi-meets-hi-fi collaboration between Jack Drag’s John Dragonetti and producer Master Cylinder.
Honeyglazed were peddlers of fuzzed-out bliss.
Reverse are a force of nature that appreciates both the calm and the storm on The Jersey Switch.
The High Ceilings are a tight unit able to balance introspection and bombast on The Edge Is As Safe As The Ground.
Helicopter Helicopter talk about ghosts, lasers, hatchets, devils and stoning your friends on Wild Dogs With X-Ray Eyes.
Cheerleadr sounds a lot like early Foo Fighters on Rock Album, which is exactly what the Foo Fighters sounded like back in 1999 when this album was released.
Rise is an almost unfathomable amalgam of ambition and attention to detail.