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milchofsource on 01/30/2015 at 10:34PM

What is Synthesizer Garage Punk Band?

"Ryoma Maeda & Romantic Suiciders" are three men who have keytar wearing riders jacket.

They called their music "Synthesizer Garage Punk".It make old style music into new style music and quicken a person's pulse!

Now...They are creating the first album and publishing a demo track for album.

"Underground Residence(First Demo Ver)" was inspired by Emir Kusturica's movie.

 

 "Never-Ending Perversion" to hear a strange sound to us.

That album will be completed soon........

 

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Boston_Hassle on 05/05/2014 at 06:06AM

MARTY KINGS - XVII (TUNNEL OF LOVE's Andy MacBain quietly releases juggernaut of a solo garage punk-pop record)

photo by John Doherty

If ever there was a quintessential garage rock monster of Massachusetts, who haunts and wreaks music havoc on it's denizens across generations, suggesting some type of immortal rock quality about him.. it is Andy Macbain. Boston is lucky to have such a character. Macbains initial fuzzy footprint was left by the humungous chucks of TUNNEL OF LOVE. Ten years ago it was Tunnel Of Love instilling fear in the hearts of young Bostonians, those who dared to venture into the basement. In recent past Macbain has been stirring up shit with his trio THE MONSIEURS who (at least for those who don't remember TOL) are IT for nasty garage pop in Boston. But this project? This is a project - The Marty Kings - Macbain's latest solo venutre is a testament to why this guy needs no one. He will always be a monster of gnarly rock and roll glory and you know it'll be true because it won't matter who is around to participate or witness, Macbain will be not be stopped. People need to hear this and if need be, follow the man into hell.

- Sam Potrykus

 

 

 

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noisemaxim on 07/19/2013 at 11:05PM

How Can I Love Her?

HUDSON AW'13 campaign starring Georgia May Jagger and Jon Kortajarena focuses on self expression and the HUDSON brand mantra of "LET YOURSELF GO."

 

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