|Posted on March 6, 2018 at 5:00 PM||comments (0)|
Punk Rock With Crazy Style.
If you know anything about Las Vegas punk then you know about the legendary Peccadilloes. Maybe you’ve seen someone wearing their shirt or perhaps you’ve heard them on the Double Down Saloon juke box. If you’re one of the lucky ones, you caught them live. Yeah, if you know anything about real punk, you know them. And you know what “fuck you” is supposed to sound like
The most underrated punk band in the United States? That’s probably true. And now, from the ashes of the Peccadilloes comes a new band, with a new direction, new music and the same bad attitude.
Meet The Gashers, a 3-piece band from Nevada with deep roots in Vegas punk history, solid, dynamic chops, and some serious anger issues. Jason, Sandy and James helped form the iconic Peccadilloes in 2003, and, after releasing four full length CDs, playing countless sold-out shows and building a huge, loyal following they wanted to try something new. In 2014, the three formed The Gashers and in the process gave a fresh new voice to everything punk is supposed to be.
Featured songs like "Panic" & "Justice" are 2 of their songs that will kick your ass, both songs are well written and the lyrics are very good. Both songs show what this band is made of. One of our show's all time favorits is the song "It's OK" this is an older song that will have you banging your head. Their new ep is full of killer songs you can grab it right here.
This bands killer hard beat sound will make you bang your head, it's fun music with an attitude and a lot of power. The Gashers also do a great live show, they have fun and keep the fans moving, if you want to punk out then you need to check out their music.
They are a visceral, angry, honest, ball of knives. They are the spit in the eye of conventional music and a powerful beer-breath of fresh air in a stale world of processed, auto-tuned, pre-packaged bullshit. They defy category and redefine DIY, all while holding true to their old school roots. They are REAL.
The Gashers’ first full length album, “Law Is Not Order”, will be released On August 14th, 2012, by SquidHat Records. Be sure to check it out and make sure to catch them on tour in 2014. If you don’t remember what “fuck you” is supposed to sound like, they’ll remind you.
|Posted on March 6, 2018 at 10:15 AM||comments (0)|
Sons Of Anarchy’ Season 8 Filming To Start In 2017?
The Name Of The Show To Be ‘The First 9’ A few days back the fans were very happy when they got to know that there might be chances of Charlie Hunnam joining back the cast of ''Sons Of Anarchy'' when the prequel is made, however it seems that the possibilities are bleak.
It is possible that the name of the spinoff will be ''The First 9.'' Ads by Kiosked "I put everything I had into that show. I lived it as much as I could," said Hunnam. "I never got in a car the whole seven years. I was only on my bike and rolling around with a bunch of real bikers and occasionally acting like a maniac'' he added further as per the article on Inquisitr. Hunnam was there for seven seasons and he does not have any desire to be a part of the prequel. Also his character Jax Teller, was killed off in the finale of "Sons Of Anarchy" season 7.
"But saying good-bye to the character was a motherfucker," Hunnam added. "As stupid as it sounds, it really felt like a genuine bereavement, because he was this guy that I loved and hung out with constantly for seven years." The creator and showrunner Kurt Sutter confirmed as per an article on release date that he will look at making a spin off sometime in 2017. The upcoming spin-off might be named as ''The first 9.''
''The storyline of the TV series revolves around a community of bikers, who are the members of the ''Sons of Anarchy Motorcycle Club, Redwood Original'' or abbreviated as ''SAMCRO.'' Similar to other communities of bikers, the SAMCRO club can't boast of its legality'' the article gave the brief. "He's [show creator Kurt Sutter] trying to do a prequel, which I would love to see. Kurt is trying to get it going. Did you read that about Brad Pitt maybe playing my dad? Brad Pitt as John Teller. How awesome would that be?" Hunnam stated.
"I've had discussions with the network about it, and I think they are open to it," Sutter told fans at the Sons for Sandy Relief event in Asbury Park, N.J., on Sunday as per a report on People which was published in Nov. 2013. "I think there is something really interesting about the origins of the club. And to do a period piece set in the '60s, post-Vietnam could be kind of cool. I don't think we would dovetail and start right after the series ended, but it's something I'm potentially excited about it'' he added further. "Our fans are so important to us.
They keep showing up for us, every season, every episode," Rossi, a Staten Island native, told PEOPLE at the event. "Kurt is from Jersey and I thought this was such an incredible idea to show the fans how much we appreciating them and do what we do, give back." So it looks like that the popular demand of this show has made Sutter think about making a prequel. Wait for more updates coming up from Kpopstarz.
|Posted on February 24, 2018 at 8:55 PM||comments (0)|
A Band That Just Plain Rocks!
Global Affront was formed in 2009 in the San Francisco Bay Area by Eric Wellington and Rico Colley. They began by playing Nirvana, Sex Pistols and Green Day covers, but were inspired to write original material in response to the 2009 Oakland BART shooting and the riots that followed.
After recording and releasing their debut (self-titled) EP in 2011, they started to build a following and were booked to play venues such as the legendary Continental Club in Oakland and The DNA Lounge in San Francisco. The band’s song lyrics, while always based in solid punk angst, began to evolve and incorporate themes of social and political injustice. In 2012, Colley and Wellington recruited Shane Hunt-Dussé as their bassist and the band recorded their second EP, "Another Fucking Global Affront EP."
The EP was released during the finals of the 2012 San Francisco Battle of the Bands, where Global Affront beat out more than 100 bands to take first prize. In early 2013, Global Affront teamed up with SF Suicide Prevention and instituted an annual benefit concert with all proceeds going to this important cause. In the summer of 2013, Global Affront set out on their first cross country tour, hitting world-famous spots like 924 Gilman in Berkeley, Whisky A Go-Go in Los Angeles, Sullivan Hall in New York City, and others. Global Affront will release its debut full-length album, "It's All Downhill From Here," in 2014.
This band has some very good lyrics along with a smooth swag style that will have you bangin your head and singing along, they rock out with every song at the shows and will leave you wanting more. This band has some great tunes like "Revalution" & "You're A Lie" that hit the rockin spot for sure.
Other songs like "Make Way" show the bands complete style with great bass and drums. The songs are classy and have a fast paced rythem and a shocking vocalist.
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|Posted on February 24, 2018 at 10:20 AM||comments (1)|
Who Would Win If The Soprano's Took On The Bikers Of S.O.A?
- The DiMeo crime family, later referred to as the Soprano crime family, is a Mafia family from New Jersey.
- The DiMeo crime family consists of an administration and six small crews.
- Were victorious in multiple wars with other families.
Sons Of Anarchy:
- A close-knit outlaw motorcycle club operating in Charming, a fictional town in California’s Central Valley.
- Primary source of income is running guns.
- Most members are physically fit.
Let's take a look at this one, the Soprano's was a killer show, there is no way Mr. Tony Soprano would ever back down, or would he? What if Clay was meeting Tony in a dark alley. This would be epic, you would have Tony asking Clay if he has paid the rent, Clay would probley respond with we don't pay rent. Then the two would do a crazy push and shove.
We all know that both these families would never come alone right? You know as well as me that Tony would have Paulie and Pussy behind the car and Clay would have Jax and Tig looking from the window. I would say that Jax is the better of the the two's right hand men, Jax will be in charge while Paulie makes a few smart ass jokes.
Another win for the S.O.A crew is the women behind the two, you got Carmela and Gemma, this is no match at all, you have to give the edge to Gemma, this lady will kill her own sister. We know that Carmela has some meaness but not near what Gemma has. Another win for the Soprano's is the entire family, Pops (JR.) was a mean crazy man that even tried to kill Tony.
Both show's have awesome scenes, the S.O.A crew would get the nod here based on that Oppie Death scene, remember it, when the crew was in jail and the gaurds gave the order to kill Oppie, man, that was a sad day for all of us viewers.
The music in both show's is amazing, but again I give the nod to S.O.A their music scenes are some of the best I ever heard and the way all the songs fit into the show is off the charts. However, the opening song in the Soprano's is just the greatest. We're talking about all the songs, not just the opening song tho...
The fight with Clay And Gemma is the most craziest fight I ever seen until I seen the the fight with Tony and Carmela, remember that? Clay about killed Gemma and she was beaten, how many of you thought Jax was going to end Clay for that one? Then, we seen Tony beat the crap out of Carmela and no one said a thing to him. Think the edge goes to the Soprano's.
We could go on and on with this battle, so, we need your input on what show is the very best, one thing for sure both show's are in the top 5 of everyone's list. We will announce the winner on The GFsix Radio Show.
As for ME, I have to man up and say, The WINNER IS THE... ??? (You Have To Listen To Next Weeks GFsix Radio Show To Find Out) ... Hahahaha
What Say You? Post Your Comments!
|Posted on February 24, 2018 at 10:10 AM||comments (0)|
Just Plain Great Music...
For a group with a complex list of influences, Mindil Beach is simply named after a coastline in Darwin, Australia. Through the skillful blending of rock, hip hop, funk and folk, they've created sonic cocktail that is equal parts soul, adrenaline and swagger. Their diversity of appeal has enabled them to play alongside a wide variety of notable acts (Sam Roberts, USS, Bedouin Soundclash). But no matter the size of the venue, every Mindil Beach show feels like you're dancing in your living room.
After the release of their sophomore record, It Might Take Long (2013), Mindil Beach found themselves at a crossroads. Local success of the album's lead single, Smoking Gun, served as a springboard for national exposure, and they opted to leave Vancouver Island for a more nomadic lifestyle. After spending nearly a year in an RV, touring coast to coast, Mindil Beach have now put down roots in Vancouver and are working on their third full length album.
The band’s passion for music goes hand in hand with their passion for the environment. In 2011, the boys founded The Jellyfish Project, an environmental initiative targeting Canadian high school and middle school students to generate awareness about ocean sustainability, climate change and environmental stewardship. The program has been presented in more than 100 schools to over 50,000 students, and has partnered with the Vancouver Aquarium and the David Suzuki Foundation.
They've been called “a group that can fly the flag for Canadian rock overseas” and they intend to do so. Mindil Beach are currently touring their latest release, The Sweet Tea EP, which features the single, Love Like Mine.
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