Glam Rock demystification.
As an antidote to pretentious Rock, this Crack-Rock band is such an original, amusing parody that plays with the demystification of the glamorous ‘Rockstar’ image.
Sweet Dark Garage!
I still remember that day when I went to New River Studios to see some crazy brilliant guys that once ago caught my eye in another London music venue.
Dan (drummer), Steve (guitar), Alex (synth), Els (bass) and Jaz (songwriter and singer) are the main components who make up Enter the Graves: an old-school Garage Rock band that will not leave you indifferent.
For her latest piece, Salvatore chose to bring light to a Russian Punk Rock band from the "dark corners" of Moscow, and they are talking about how they decided to form a band, what they are up during these trying times, their plans for the future, some very unique inspirations behind their music, all unquestionably influenced by anything and everything spooky.
Enter Shikari are one of those bands that never fails to excite me when they release new music, simply because they don't do the same thing twice and are always experimenting. It also helps that their lyrics are very political and thought provoking.
In today's world, we need this cover more than ever.
I had completely forgotten about this song until the other day, when it randomly came on the radio and I had to stop what I was doing to just listen to it. Then I decided that Green Day's cover of John Lennon's 'Working Class Hero' had to be my next Awesome Covers track.