Wassup Rockers?! This week we blast off with a brand new video from Detroit garage rockers Prude Boys! Up next is loud rockers Bottomfeeders with their video for their song called “Crust Fund!” We keep on ripping through the tape with another new song by a band called Distractor with their gross-out video for the song “Best Bug!” To end the tape is stoner garage rockers Cosmic Kahuna with their video for “Stay in the Garage!”
Detroit Rock City’s Prude Boys are picking up steam. The Prudes are checking in with a brand new track, the sweet pop of “Talking To Myself“. This is a band honing their sound and and by playing around with the jangle pop of The Cure and The Vaselines, “Talking To Myself” is another feather in their cap.
Bottomfeeders is a stoner rock garage band from New Orleans! Sadly no one has written about them but their whole self titled album is amazing! Check it out!
Sometimes certain people impress you enough in many different ways. All of these guys in Distractor got some very good damn talent. And with this last band, I think they got a full fledged orchestra of digital sounds, ready to pound your senses with some good damn times.
After releasing 2 EPs, Cosmic Kahuna are set to release their debut album “Paintstripper” through Suspect Records. Since their inception in late 2014 the Melbourne power trio have left an impression on audiences around the country with their extraordinary mix of punk rock attitude and heavy metal riffs seamlessly bound together by the true grit of Melbourne rock and roll. Coming October 2017 “Painstripper” is a slab of unreleased red-hot tunes ranging from fast and frantic bangers to trudging rhythmic grooves for fans of The Hard-Ons, Melvins, Motorhead and Powder Monkeys just to name a few. Cosmic Kahuna’s sound is not easily describable on paper which is a fact that they take pride in.
“Being hailed as surf-punk-thrash, this was a combination which sounded interesting, but that is an adjective at the total lower end of the scale to apply to these lads. The three-piece have an absolutely crunching sound, with screaming guitar riffs and a beastly beat in the drums.”- Silver Tiger Media
“Cosmic Kahuna seamlessly bridge the gap between old and new. Old punks eye up the new punks and ropes of dreadlocks stand side by side with short-back-and-sides clad in business shirts”- The Music.com.au