Ne utáljad már Bruce Springsteen-t! – sírva kéri Szurcsik Erika

Habár pár éve még ő is szarnak gondolta 67 éve álkapocs zárral éneklő amerikai zenéjét, de aztán jött a nap, amikoris Erika meghallotta az East Village Rádióban a ’82-es Nebraska albumot és onnantól már egyenes út vezetett odáig, hogy feldolgozza Sprinsteen egyik gyilkos balladáját.

Ami aztán fel is került a tegnap megjelent új, ID Check At Night címet viselő Unknown Child-albumra.

Springsteen-t legközelebb októberben egy új Broadway darabban láthatjátok, melynek címe csak szerényen Springsteen on Broadway lesz, de Erikának már ezen a héten megnézheted a szólókiállítását a Műtőben a Tilossal szemben, de nem a bőr- és nemibeteg gondozóban, hanem fent a másodikon.

Some Strange Electro Australians

“We know that’s the main aim of the sound: to get a sound that makes you feel sick in the stomach, because it sounds so good.”



NUN plays 70s & 80s horror movie influenced cold electric body noise punk music. Since their debut album, I am a NUN fan, and I have been waiting for the next one. And now, after three years they have released a song in four versions, and I am perfectly satisfied:

Studio and live ones were recorded years before the debut album, two remixes were made by ENDERIE, techno alias of Brisbane based experimental musician Andrew McLellan, who is so without limits that his project CURED PINK also played at Melbourne International Jazz Festival, Sydney International Noise Conference and Deadshits Fest in Brisbane. Anyway there is a new ENDERIE album on PARADISE DAILY RECORDS.


2017 Sze 09. napi mottónk:

Trágár János epigrammája

főd túrva
jön surda


The Radical Elite

CHAIN & THE GANG are the first and the best anti liberty group in Rock N Roll

and now the founder, Ian Svenonius – the first winner of a nationwide search for the “most perfect boyfriend material a girl could ask for” by Sassy magazine, one of America’s hottest teenage guides to life and love – this was in 1990, at the same time when his then band The Nation Of Ulysses released its debut album ’13-Point Program To Destroy America’ – so now, he tells you the truth

from the new CHAIN & THE GANG album


Anyway “The reason I entered the Sassy contest is to indoctrinate youth gone astray.”

because “There are so many kids dressing like Grateful Dead people. It’s kind of tedious.”

Look at this picture! This is a noise rock and roll band


Yeah, it’s a noise rock and roll band called HONEY

and I think you should play this song


from their second album on WHARF CAT RECORDS (US).

Now, I suggest listening to their debut

We begin with an infinite debt to something called “society”

AMERICA FUCK is the product of living with toxic politics as the foreground; attempting to complete life’s menial tasks while filled with both rage and despair.



AMERICA FUCK is the duo of dark electronic artist Lana Del Rabies – who sings and plays synth bass – and Brian Miller from such great bands as

Foot Village – a drum-n-shout assembly,

Gang Wizard – psychedelic experimental krautrock, new album out now and it’s astonishingly fuckin’ good,

and True Neutral Crew – the Deathbomb Arc Records experimental hip-hop supergroup. He plays drums and electronics.

STATEMENT: Our first album Fertility Clown calls upon the brash immediacy of 80s political punk, the swirling disembodiment of free jazz, shoegaze’s resonate escapism, and the grim despair of goth to create a set of emotional tones that simultaneously are cooperative and combative.

And every song is a manifesto spiced with thoughts of French sociologist Marcel Mauss

“What is “society” for me?… Historically, kingdoms and empires have rarely been the most important reference points in peoples’ lives. Kingdoms rise and fall; they also strengthen and weaken; governments may make their presence known in people’s lives quite sporadically, and many people in history were never entirely clear whose government they were actually in.”  And so on

digital album on electro industrial dance noise hip hop experimental label


The Jazz Punk Colossals

Often there is nothing good when old punk bands reunite, but now

sax riddled tuneless semi punk nothing


THE CRAVATS – from Redditch, England, where the National Needle Museum is – released a bunch of 7″ and two LPs between 1977 and 82 mainly by Small Wonder Records.

After broke up the guitarist and the bassist/singer formed the Dadaist post punk band The Very Things which ended in 1988.

On Rebellion Punk Festival in 2009 The Cravats stood on stage again, and have started to play live.

And now after 37 years, they will release their 3rd album DUSTBIN OF SOUNDS on Overground Records (UK).

It is a sax-riddled, bass-laden Dadaist weirdness, and “as always, it’s unique” – said the singer The Shend, and also told: “Music should always be passionate, preposterous, atmospheric and above all entertaining. We fulfill the remit”.

Just like Pere Ubu and The Tiger Lillies but totally different




Do you know Luca? The colourful Italian musician from The Ultra Twist, Trio Banana, Trans Upper Egypt, Duodenum, Centauri, and RAWWAR? Who also is a visual artist who made clips for Ty Segall, Thee Oh Sees, Country Teasers and a lot of others. And has collages too:


PALI: Hey Luca! Long time ago that I did an interview with you (in the Ultra Twist times). Since you’ve moved to Rome from Siena, The Ultra Twist split etc. Anyway where are you living and what do you do there?

LUCA: Hi, Bro’! After Rome I moved to Milano where I lived four years. There, I did new band with old friends who lived in Milano too. The name of the band is Centauri, we make weird country/folk/psychedelic non-sense stuff.

I tried to continue to play with bands in Rome: Trans Upper Egypt, Trio Banana and Duodenum, but it was too difficult, so I quit TUE, ‘cause I didn’t enjoy more. Trio Banana is on-standby, we never really quit but we can’t play together now. But Duodenum is a very hard band to play often.


Number 71 Monobanda, the man who plays with me, got many bands too, and he lives between Napoli and Rome. Very hard to meet each other in a year, but we are like brothers, so for us play is something more than make gigs and shows. Duodenum will never quit.

In Milano I have started my solo project Tab_ularasa 2-3 years ago. I did many records and tape and maybe too many gigs around Italy. That’s my main project now, and I’m working on a new record. It will be very experimental and different from records done before. Hope to finish soon and to put out it after summer.

Tab_ularasa make punk/folk for children and crazy people. I play alone only with guitar and sing very weird songs in Italian. In the end of 2016 I have gone back to my countryside in Tuscany and I will stay here this year.

PALI: You have got a new band RAWWAR after Trio Banana split.

LUCA: Like I said before, Trio Banana never really split and maybe we will play in the future, but not now. But Trio Banana’s drummer Gabriele Doctor Dead and I never stop to play. When I come back to Rome we play in a rehearsal room. At the start we didn’t want to make a new band to make gigs but only keep to play together, have fun, write new songs and make records.

PALI: You and Dr Dead from Trio Banana, but who is your second guitar player, please introduce him!

LUCA: After few practices we did 9 songs and a cover (Don’t Make Me Kill Again from Urinals) then we decided to make records. I spoke about that with Michele Zufux from Ferrara, one of my best old friend from Ultra Twist time. He was in a fucking great band called Larsen. They’re almost unknown, but for me Larsen is one of the best Italian bands ever. Now he plays in For Food and Dead Horses also from Ferrara, different style of music but really great stuff. We spoke in chat about that, I sent him our songs, he liked them so much that I asked to join us with his guitar to record. We were in Ferrara on a weekend last October. We never play together before, and we recorded three songs of the 1st RAWWAR tape. It was a magic day, we did everything live with only two microphones like a live gig, so we were lucky too.


Some week later Alessandro, a new friend from Teramo, did a very great master and we put out the tape on Bubca Records last March. We wanted to make a 7” but was not money, and maybe there would have been even no sense, ‘cause we don’t play so much live. We live far each other and even here in Italy the situation is quite sad for a band who play garage/punk… There is a kind of little “mafia” to book gigs, and obviously we’re not inside that stuff. The bigger festivals prefer to give a lot of money to American mythological dead bands from the 90s instead to make a cool garage/punk underground festival with new bands. They live in the past. Here in Italy the majority of “underground” people live in the past. This is not punk/rock for me. I always hope to discover, listen and see new bands. Otherwise I’m just so happy to make this tape, to play music with my friends and that’s all. If people will ask us to play it would be better, but if not, nessun problema, we will keep playing in some garages that we enjoy much than play in a shitty venue or festival.

PALI: Not long ago RAWWAR put out its debut tape on your own Bubca Records. Those three songs remind me something like Cheater Slicks between Country Teasers and a bit like early Demon’s Claws. It’s rawer and more direct and less psychedelic than TRIO BANANA was. What do you think?

LUCA: From the start Gabriele and I wanted to make something more weird and repetitive like the old blues/punk stuff. The bands that you mentioned are some of my favorites, but we have tried to find our way to play RAW the primordial blues like did Cheater Slicks, Country Teasers and Demon’s Claws. We like so much Can’s first album, Velvet Underground’s weird stuff, Gun Club. We love too Neu, Oneida’s first records and so many other stuff, but when you make music you have to try to find your own way.

PALI: Please talk about the process of recording. I think you like to do everything as basic as you can.

LUCA: Sure! We recorded in this way ‘cause we did not even time to make it in a different way. I didn’t recorded RAWWAR, Mauro from For Food & Dead Horses helped us and Michele did the rest. We used a cheap multitrack recorder with two mics and we set the level of sounds just before start. I have learned lo-fi tricks from Falconx, the guru who has made my theremin and recorded many garage records in the 80s. If you want warmer sounds and really feel the people’s energy who play then the best way to record everything live, even the voice too. Sure it’s more difficult, ‘cause you have to know and try where put the mics, how sounds moving at the place where you record, and mostly you have to be lucky because when you play at high volume you can generate shitty feedbacks and distortions. Here in Italy we said “La Fortuna aiuta gli audaci”, I think in English they say: “Fortune favours the bold”, and maybe there is a Hungarian version too. (Of course: “Bátraké a szerencse.”) This time we were very lucky… hope next time too.


PALI: And your copy technic is unique I think hahaha! Do you buy some shitty tapes on a flea market and copy your music on it? How do you do this?

LUCA: Almost from the start, Bubca Records make tapes using second hand/recycled tapes. Now vinyl seems new fashion. There are some shitty dynamics to make it but if you don’t book a Euro tour it does not make a sense at all to print it. Making tapes it’s a kind of new little fashion, but it seems like to live in the past. CD is dead, the new world goes in a different way. Maybe we should discover new way to pass underground music. The task of the avant-garde in art has always been be ahead, but now young people make new stuff and invent things from very young age for multinational factories. The few people who make true DIY garage/punk stuff are like dinosaurs. We are dinosaurs, we’re going to extinct soon. I don’t care about that, I’m keeping to make my stuff but I hate nerd punks who think that the old way to make records is the True & Sacred. They are the Worst! For me, make records with second hand tapes is a kind of ironic action, and I don’t want to pollute the world with new plastic too, the worlds is already polluted enough. I find tapes in some flea markets and when I duplicate stuff I do not delete the end of the original music, so if you don’t like RAWWAR you can listen Laura Pausini, Tiziano Ferro, Adriano Celentano or classic music. Cheers!

PALI: You do all of artwork as well. Do you have got own copy machine?

LUCA: Yeah, I make artwork, collage or draw for my records. If I make a record for other bands I always ask them about the artwork, if they do not want to make it, then I do it. Almost all old Bubca Records stuff is a B/W xerox copy, but we did some colour cover too. Our first coloured cover was made for the first Trio Banana EP “Baby Save My Soul”. If a collage or a draw is colored we keep it coloured. I don’t have own copy machine, I just go to a cheap copy shop. To get a copy machine and buy ink is more expensive.

PALI: You booked last year a mini tour for The Rebel. How was that? What kind of guy Ben Wallers? I think he is one of the weirdest guys nowadays in the R’n’R underground. Is it right?


LUCA: Make a tour with Ben was one of the best things done last years. Ben is not so weird as he seems, he’s very kind, smart and cool guy. Making music is the most important thing in his life, like for me, so we have become true friends. I hope to make new tour with him sooner or later.

PALI: Please talk about the last few Bubca Records release!

LUCA: We’re not so active now as we were before, but I’m trying to keep Bubca alive. Before RAWWAR, the last record was Pist Idiots, an amazing new young band from Australia. I love them!

PALI: What are you main active project now?

LUCA: Main project is my solo project Tab_ularasa, but I hope to play more often with RAWWAR, Centauri and Duodenum. I enjoy more playing in a band that alone.

PALI: Please recommend us few cool Italian bands what are active now and you really like!

LUCA: My favorite Italian band is For Food from Ferrara. I love them from the start, they play furious noisy post punk music. Great songs, great atmospheres. They are true friends. Their first record is a masterpiece.

PALI: Future plans with RAWWAR? Anyway it’s a cool name! So rad.

LUCA: The name of the band was an idea from Michel. I suggested The Hobos but that sucks. Gabriele got no idea about that. Michele told us RAWWAR and then we were thinking: “AMAZING!!”. You can say RAWWAR like the lion of Metro Goldwyn Mayer does before an old Hollywoodian movie: ROUUUAURRR!!!

PALI: What’s your favorite local liquor?

LUCA: My favorite local liquor is a kind of stuff that you drink here after eating a lot. It’s called Nocino. It’s a walnut liquor made by monks, but not easy to find real Nocino. The best I had was in Teramo countryside last week!

Thanx Pali, I hope to come back soon in Budapest to play.

When Luca played first time there with The Ultra Twist at RNR666 party


“NO POP is the soundtrack of a sinking ship

and we’re all happily aboard to go down with it.”



Soon here is the new ODONIS ODONIS album

Allegedly NO POP is more serene than its predecessors.

But what we wrote about them during the years:

Hollandazde LP 2011: “Allegedly the styles return 20 years after. So – if you didn’t recognize it – the 90s are came back. By the way, we continuously repeat ourselves from the creation. Just our instruments are altered. ”

Better EP 2013: “Industrial surf gaze experimental cold wave disco “punk or whatever i feel. Another fantastic Canadian band.”

Hard Boiled Soft Boiled album 2014: “The chaos keeps growing. Er industrial grunge experimental cold gaze “punk or whatever i feel.”

Post Plague album 2016: “Canadian chaos brigade Odonis Odonis has come back with his psychedelic electro industrial post punk music.”

On the new album they stripping down instrumentation to a handful of synths and an electronic drum kit. The music is a dancefloor friendly blend of hard-hitting industrial, techno, and noise

NO POP out on 22 Oct on Telephone Explosion (Can) and Felte Records (US)

Concert with FRONT 242 on 1 OCT in TORONTO

2017 aug 28. napi mottónk:

Trágár János epigrammája


motorfűrész nem zúg erre
humusz hullik tobe hooperre


Hi there, here is the 6th historical KILLBONOCLUB broadcast.
Where you can find brand new records of
the best little great bands and artists from all around the world. Monthly.



1. A Country Teaser, Ben Waller as The Rebel just do the same thing alone


2. Her first EP was released by Nick Cave…




4. Guadeloupe’s first rock musician, Fred Aucagos recalls: “I was a student in Paris in the early 60s”, recalls Fred Aucagos, Guadeloupe’s first rock musician. But I didn’t go much in class, I was hanging out with Golf Drouot, with Eddy Mitchell, Johnny Halliday, Dick Rivers… When I went back home in January 1966, I brought back on the island the first reverb amplifier and the first electric guitar. I was yé-yé, I wanted to play this music home.”

DISQUE LA RAYE – 60’s French West Indies Boo-Boo- Galoo V/A album on BORN BAD RECORDS (F)

5. PinkLips delivers eclectic sounds that vary from Tori Amos and PJ Harvey to the Buzzcocks with a bit of 70’s Soul.


PinkLips are very underground



Members of the band with their friends and fans


7. Less noise more roll. Mike Blaha from Blind Shake in solo


8. Magic beasts and haunted churches


9. “The ideas and visions for Urarv started actually back in 2003 during a stay that I had at the local mental institution where I live. (…) We want to tap into uncharted territories to see what lies hidden under the rocks and dead horses and beneath the cold vastness of uncertainty (…) We’re traveling to remote regions of metal music and mental space with this music. Although our message is one of emotional putrefaction, we want to help listeners find a way through the black hole.”

URARV (N) – AURUM album on SVART (SF)

10. Garage-psych-rock grrls


11. Her voice is helium-spiked cotton candy while Matt’s baritone provides robotic sharpness. Lily – from experimental punk trio Palberta – finds inspiration in the works of Arthur Russell and Guided by Voices while Matt cites young Ry Cooder, old George Jones, and 4th dimensional Donald Fagen.



12. drummer of Liturgy, Zs, Guardian Alien, solo album


13. Fronted by The Puddle (Flying Nun) mainstay George D. Henderson–formerly of eclectic, late-’70s DIY pioneers The Spies (Siltbreeze) and And Band


14. Warped pop and shitty hits


15-16. Psych-noise-punk mixed with rotten Italian blood. Highly damaging!


17. “Blurry mirages lead through the dreary barren of existence”. Punk hardcore from a little Hungarian countryside town Mezőtúr


18. Finally and sadly from a relatively new album. It was released in February this year by French chanteuse Barbara Weldens. She was electrocuted and died on stage at Leo Ferre Festival in July this year. She was habitually barefoot on the stage and something went wrong.




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