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Jeremy Irons & the Ratgang Malibus Elefanta
A colorful album case with an elephant and a rainbow on the front cover – looks a lot like there´s some hippie feel going on and this presentiment is confirmed after putting the record in the player. Flashback 70s, a time when rock music still had soul and blues. A couple of years ago there was already a revival with bands like Wolfmother ... more/mehr


Jeroan Drive Deathrow Industry
This is what it must sound like when four math students try to put their last written test to music. Song structures? Bad. Discernable interplay? No trace. Positive point? None! ... more/mehr


Jersey Line, The Misery Club
The trio of The Jersey Line offers with „Misery Club“ its debut, which includes ten tracks catchy Britpop. The fact that the band members are Italians doesn´t change anything at this thing. The wide range goes from the rocking opener “The Control” over ballads such as “The Crime Song” or “Love is Suicide” to the groovy number “My ... more/mehr


Jess and the Ancient Ones - same -
Because of their outstanding performance at this year´s Tuska festival, I just have to mention this band´s debut album released a few weeks ago... This occult Rock band from Finnish Kuopio appeared on the scene only last October with a single, and since then they have made huge impact. Praise from reviewers everywhere, even German ... more/mehr


Jess and the Ancient Ones Astral Sabbat
I guess that this EP is much more attractive in its vinyl version, simply because there´s this logical split into “2 songs A-side, 1 song B-side”. I also assume that none of those tracks will be part of the upcoming second album of those occult rockers from Kuopio – which eases the waiting for the fans. For the band this EP offers ... more/mehr



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