The 2nd track to come from the upcoming album ‘The Hapiness Program.’ I Want You Back is available on the upcoming double A-Side with ‘Never Get It Right’ on pre-order now from the Black Wax Noise Division.
Back on Totally Wired Radio for another 2 hours of new Punk, Rock & Roll, Garage and more, 40 mins of which was a live vinyl only rule breaking set I put together on my birthday. The full show can be heard below including the usual recommendations from Adrian of Heatwave Magazine and DJ Nixbeat(.com). Turn it up loud and share it with your neighbours!
The Datsuns – Brain To Brain Dead Meat – Through The Heart Mary’s Kids – Ain’t Got No Life The Wheelz – Politicians Top Left Club – RIP Deathskulls – Big Brother Tommy And The Commies – One Arch Town Jordan Jones – Rumours Girls Lucy And The Rats – Stick To You The Hypnotics – Soul At Seven Atomic Suplex – Who Do You Love Slander Tongue – Ride Liquids – More Thana Friend Sister Suzie – What’s Your Deal K7s – Tomorrow She Goes Away Johnny Madcap And The Distractions – Bad Decisions BBQT – Nod Out Dan Sartain – Nam Vet The Chisel – Enough Said Johnny Skalleberg – Train Train Giuda – Saturday Night’s Alright For Fightingg The Paddingtons – 50 To A Pound Los Pepes – Never Get It Right Swingin’ Utters – Taking The Long Way The Scaners – I Really Wanna Know Miscalculations – The Worst Possible Advice Thee Vicars – Every Day
40 mins vinyl only rule breaking birthday set:
Jim Jones And The Righteous Mind – Get Down And Get With It The Detroit Cobras – I’ll Keep On Holding On Muck And The Mires – I’m Down With That Cyanide Pills – Just For You The Veras – If You Ain’t Got Love Small Faces – Rollin’ Over The Rationals – Respect The Mystery Lights – Too Many Girls Bern Elliott And The Fenmen – Nobody But Me The Fame-Beats – Don’t Tell No Lies Blues Explosion – Crunchy King Khan And His Wild Dogs Of Kentucky – Have You Seen Your Mother, Baby, Standing In The Shadows? The Standells – Rari ? And The Mysterians – 96 Tears Earl Vince & The Valiants – Somebody’s Gonna Get Their Head Kicked In Tonite
BLACK WAX NOISE DIVISION TO RELEASE BRAND NEW LOS PEPES DOUBLE A SIDE!
London’s ‘Motorhead of Power Pop’ Los Pepes will see their next domestic release on the recently launched Black Wax Records. The multi-national band have released through labels based in France, Germany, Spain, Sweden, Canada and the USA.
Want You Back / Never Get It Right are the lead tracks from the upcoming album ‘The Hapiness Program’ due later in the year. The single also features an exclusive track ‘Tell Me.’
LOS PEPES – Want You Back / Never Get It Right Black Wax Records (UK) Catalogue Number PLOB002 Issue: 150 on black wax with picture sleeve 100 on coloured wax in company sleeve
Back on Totally Wired Radio for another 2 hours of new Punk, Rock & Roll, Garage and more. The full show can be heard below including the usual recommendations from Adrian of Heatwave Magazine, DJ Nixbeat(.com) and Brighton’s The Pipeline bar. Turn it up loud and share it with your neighbours!
Playlist: The Len Price 3 – Weekend Hippies Romeo Spy – Stop The Future The Blow Outs – Disposable I’m Looking At You But I’m Talking To Me Scraps – Waste My Time Thee Evil Twin – Don’t Wanna See Your Band Suicide Generation – Last Bad Trip The Urges – Passing Us By More Kicks – Ain’t That Just The Way Tomy And The Cougars – I Want Go The Richard Kent Style – Just A Little Misunderstanding Imperial State Electric – Reptile Brain Black Radio – Black Radio The Goldstars – With This Ring Kenny Tudrick – Lightning Byrd Archie And The Bunkers – You’re My Pacemaker Radio Days – Til The End Of The Night Appaloosa – Big Dinner Jacob T Skeen – Elizabeth Felt Payne Graham Coxon – Don’t Let Your Man Know Matt Ellis – My Neighbourhood Is A Dump CJ Ramone – Long Way To Go Sator – Black N White The Ricky C Quartet – Sweet Revenge The Movement – Just A Little Rain The Briefs – Orange Alert Dyatlov – Wound Man Sick Thoughts – Poor Boys The Direct Hits – Ride My Bicycle Long Tall Shorty – Turn It Up The Hurricanes – In The Middle Of The Night The Cavemen – Am I A Monster? Brad Marino – What Do You Know? Roger Rivas – Heavier Rock The Bonnevilles – I Dreamt Of The Dead Thee Dagger Debs – Ain’t Worth The Time
Happy New Year! We were back on Totally Wired Radio this weekend for the first Let’s Go! of 2021. The full show can be heard below including recommendations from Adrian of Heatwave Magazine, DJ Nixbeat(.com) and Brighton’s The Pipeline bar. Also an exclusive first play of a brand new never heard before Los Pepes track. Turn it up loud and share it with your neighbours!
Playlist: The Exploding Hearts – Modern Kicks NASDAQ – Young Professional Scene Killers – Rev It Up The Cute Lepers – Tribute To Charlie The Chisel – Not The Only One The Sorels – Spring Break Hard Wax – Living The Dream Poison Boys – Nothing But Darkness Patsy’s Rats – Rock N Roll Friend BBQT – Savage 512 Ruperts People – Hold On Jarvis Humby – Pick Up The Pieces Don’t Worry – As If By Magic Life Drawings – Tony’s Lottery Kool & The Gang Bangers – Wish You Were Dead Chinese Junk – Bargain Bin Girl Pounded By The Surf – Cowboys n’ Indians Los Pepes – Sick And Bored Telephone Lovers – Real Action Diaz Brothers – All Of You Ten O Sevens – Grim The Aggrolites – Wasted Days The X-Ray Eyes – Hallelujah Real People – Life Without A Head Top Left Club – Piss The Loyalties – Til The Death Of Rock & Roll The Routes – Do What’s Right By You The Jackets – Be Myself King Salami & The Cumberland 3 – Who Do They Watch? Nasty Rumours – Where The Music’s Loud Nico Bones – Cheatin’ Heart Fast Eddy – Hurricane Ally Sheer Mag – Cold Sword Nasty Bastard – Street Tinz Antibodies – I Ruin Everything
Well despite all the odds we managed some Christmas cheer and raised a glass to friends around the world. Here’s our Totally Wired Radio show for December, the Let’s Go! Boxing Day Special featuring a load of Rock & Roll Christmas tunes, some 2020 highlights and some brand new music. Get it on quick as you don’t wanna be caught listening to Christmas tunes much longer!
You can hear the full show here –
Playlist: Eddie & The Hot Rods – It Feels Like Christmas The Speedways – The Day I Call You Mine The Len Price 3 – It’s Christmas Time Ebenezer Giuda – Number 10 The Hives & Cyndi Lauper – A Christmas Duel The Distillers – The World Comes Tumblin’ Faz Waltz – Rebel Kicks Art Guy – Where You Gonna Go Paul Collins Beat – Another World Bad Nerves – Baby Drummer Prima Donna – Mistletoe Blues Mary Weiss – Stop And Think It Over Radio Days – I Got A Love Men Of The North Country – They Don’t Know Our Friends Above – Never Meant To Last The Reflectors – Storm And Thunder Fried E.M. – Die Laughing R.E. Seraphin – Leave Me In The Tide The Parkinsons – Primitive King Salami And The Cumberland Three – Sock It To Me Santa The ArKaics – To Be Free Jim Jones & The Righteous Mind – Shazam Chubby & The Gang – Moscow The BellRays – Christmas Train Newtown Neurotics – Fools Jagger Holiday feat Lucy Spazzy – All Alone On Christmas The Queers – Bubblegum Girl Lazy – Rock n’ Roller The Veras – Have A Merry Christmas Time Imperial State Electric – Just A Little Misunderstanding The Sha La Las – When Love Comes Craig Shaw And The Excellos – Jump Back Joey Ramone – Christmas (Baby Please Come Home) Tiger Bomb – Constellations The Breakdowns – Christmas Time Alone Dead Meat – I’m An Infection The Chords UK – Come On It’s Xmas Day
BLACK WAX LAUNCHES NEW RECORD LABEL WITH CHINESE JUNK
They are the punk rock equivalent of junk food. Cheap and nasty and so damn great. They’re bad for you, addictive as hell and as repetitive as acid reflux. They don’t write songs about pretty things, they write about crappy things. Mostly under two minute ditties about crappy jobs, discount stores, living in a dead end town, bargain bins and human trash. Ladies and genitals, I present you with your new heroes of low budget rock ‘n’ roll, the new purveyors of power flop and the “Kings of Pound Shop Rock”… CHINESE JUNK! Formed in the suburbs of London loosely in 2019 and properly in 2020 (the year the world fell apart), CHINESE JUNK features members of the Griswalds, The Ulcers and The Unreleasables.
Adam Smith – A record label has been on the cards for a while, and with live music on hold, now is the time to launch the Black Wax Noise Division and end 2020 on a high. I’m well chuffed that our first release will be the Permanent Reduction EP. It’s too good to be restricted to digital formats – your turntable deserves some CHINESE JUNK!
Issue: 150 on black wax with picture sleeve and insert 100 on coloured wax in company sleeve
Yesterday was the second episode of Let’s Go! our brand new 2 hour monthly radio show on Totally Wired Radio (a collaboration between Acid Jazz Records and Fred Perry Subculture).
You can hear the full show here –
Playlist: Cyanide Pills – I Don’t Remember Bad Nerves – Palace Mash – Having A Ball Lucy And The Rats – Dark Clouds The Cavemen – Euthanise Me The Gaggers – Sharp Lies The Fame-Beats – Watford Stomp The Len Price 3 – Got To Be Together The Detroit Cobras – Stay Down The Revellions – Ain’t No Fool Kurt Baker – New Direction Starcrawler – Hollywood Ending Baby Shakes – Really Really Chinese Junk – Best Before Date Continental Lovers – Tape Deck The Scaners – X-Ray Glasses: On Sheer Mag – The Killer Muck And The Mires Interview – Part 1 Muck And The Mires – I’m Your Man Muck And The Mires Interview – Part 2 Muck And The Mires – Too Soon To Fall In Love Muck And The Mires Interview – Part 3 Muck And The Mires – Hashtag Loneliness Chords UK – Listen To The Radio British Jets – Another Day in the City Nerve Button – Thirty Days The Triggers – Clones The Schizophonics – Black to Comm Black Mambas – Be Bad Too Benny Trokan – Too Far Gone Dimorphodons – Searching for Dimorphodons The BellRays – Fire On The Moon Radiohearts – My Heart Has an Obituary The About Blanks – She’s A Nosebleed Poison Boys – Mean Queen The Shanghais – Sick of You The Hives – Good Samaritan