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THE MIRE BY THE QUEEN ANNES NOW AVAILABLE FROM GMR!

June 24th, 2016

You may now purchase The Queen Annes’ second album The Mire directly from GMR. You are welcome!

QUEEN ANNES RECORD RELEASE TONIGHT AT SLIM’S!

June 24th, 2016

In 1997 these young lads recorded THE QUEEN ANNES – RELEASED! It is finally being released. Tonight. At Slim’s Last Chance in Georgetown.

The older and possibly wiser QA’s will present this masterpiece in toto. It will be without doubt a raucous affair. Please plan on attending!

THE QUEEN ANNES – RELEASED! OUT TODAY!

June 17th, 2016

Queen Annes - Released!
The fifteen years overdue Queen Annes album “Released!” is released today. Does it rock? You know it does. 100%.

NEW NAVINS VIDEO – JUDY YOU’RE NOT YOURSELF TODAY!

June 9th, 2016


The NAVINS go interstellar with a swell new video for “Judy”!! Come see them at their RECORD RELEASE PARTY this Saturday, June 11 at the Blue Moon Tavern on 45th in the U District.

NAVINS RECORD RELEASE SHOW at BLUE MOON SAT. JUNE 11

May 25th, 2016

Holy mother of Mary! Suffering succotash! Those Navins are gonna lay it down for you the buying public June 11 at the venerable Blue Moon Tavern in ye olde U District. This will no doubt be both noisy and fun. You may attend for a mere 5 bucks. If you only have 4, you should still come and just stand on the sidewalk and look wistful.

KING COUNTY QUEENS TEAR UP SLIM’S FRIDAY JUNE 10!

May 25th, 2016

MO’ FUZZ REVIEW ACTION! 4 STARS!

May 25th, 2016

Review: The Fuzz – Best Kept Secret (Green Monkey Records, 2016) (Rock) (translated from German)

The Fuzz started in 2000 in Seattle, Washington, USA, and consists of: Rod Moody – solo guitar, Andy Hoggarth – vocals and lead guitar, Brad Jackman – bass guitar and Tom Hendrickson – drums.
Their debut album “Here Comes The Fuzz” already appeared soon after the formation of the band and it was in 2011, followed by “Fun Forest”, which is worth mentioning that both albums were recorded in the basement of their home.
the new album “Best Kept Secret” in Elliott Bay Recording Studio to Seattle and recorded by the Green Monkey Records released on October 16 2015. “Best Kept Secret” contains nine songs, including “I Can not Wait” and it is the first I hear the band play a nice swinging pop song that 60s beat contains influences and is followed by “Too Bad”, a delicious swinging 60s related uptempo beat song, then I “want” hear and containing the band plays another brilliant piece of rock that influenced the years, 60 music. then lock the strap me “Charley Horse” for a high-tempo pop song that light country rock contains influences (listen to this song over the soundcloud link below the review), to be followed by “Girl”, a swinging rock song, which contains some fine tempo. in “She Believes” the band dishes out like a fast rock song for, which is played at breakneck speed and takes a minute and “Locked Out” the Fuzz also plays a fantastic piece of rock at high speed, while in “loaded” a delightful swinging rock song to put get where rhythm & blues influences in sitting and singing me slightly reminiscent of Mick Jagger. the last song on the album is called “Call the Cops” and also let herein the band I enjoy swinging uptempo rock song, where inaction is not an issue. “Best Kept Secret” is a nice swinging album by the Fuzz and I can therefore recommend every rock lover, to listen to this disc again, to perhaps reach the same conclusion as me.

FUZZ ACTION! “This is true grit from the 206.”

May 25th, 2016

The Fuzz have released a new album on Green Monkey Records called Best Kept Secret and if you are someone who loves their rock in a dingy club or basement with a hint of stink and gank, you’ve come to the right place. It reminds me of the kind of music I’d hear from a group of people who have a lot of experience and know what they’re doing, singing about and playing, and that’s exactly what this is. This is experienced music, and some of this reminds me of early Mudhoney or even Green River, as if Mark Arm decided to show up and say “hey, I want to jam with you guys.” I’m sure fans of the Seattle music will say “this should remind you of a lot of other people than that” and there’s nothing wrong with an aggressive song like this with lyrics that refer to Kareem Abdul Jabbar, as they do in the nice basketball anthem “Wilt”. Nonetheless, for those who remember and know what Seattle rock sounds like, perhaps this is why this is called Best Kept Secret, for this is something you’re not going to hear on the radio with its own dedicated hour during lunch, This is true grit from the 206. John Book – This Is Books Music
https://thisisbooksmusic.wordpress.com/tag/the-fuzz/

THE OF WILL ROCK DARRELL’S SATURDAY, JUNE 4!

May 23rd, 2016

John Carey sez: “Our next and only show for the foreseeable future. Let’s make it a good one.” Amen, Brother John! For shure!
https://www.facebook.com/events/1213945998629673/

NAVINS TOP 10 AT DAGGER ZINE!

May 19th, 2016

DAGGER ZINE TOP 10: MAY 2016
britta phillips- luck or magic (double feature records)
the twin atlas- the model village (self released)
epic soundtracks –rise above (troubadour/ easy action- deluxe dbl cd)
aberdeen- it was the rain: lost recordings 1993-1995 (used bin pop recordings/ tremolo arm users club)
hudson bell- yerba buena (self released)
the navins- not yourself today (green monkey records)
the beau brummels- triangle & bradley’s barn (real gone music)
gleasons drift- s/t (blind pigeon records)
heron oblivion- s/t (sub pop)
benjamin dean wilson- small talk (tapete records)

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