LIVE REVIEW: Pissed Jeans @ OAF, Sydney 2017

Pissed Jeans, BB & The Blips, L.A Suffocated @ Oxford Art Factory 6th Dec 2017 After the unfortunate dropout of the original support acts, relative unknowns La Suffocated and BB& The Blips stepped in to warm the crowd and set the scene for Pissed Jeans’ first show on Australian soil. L.A Suffocated only played a handful of songs, with a low-key vibe from behind their table of … Continue reading LIVE REVIEW: Pissed Jeans @ OAF, Sydney 2017

ALBUM REVIEW: Pissed Jeans – Why Love Now

Humour in heavy rock music requires just the right amount of tongue-in-cheek irreverence to avoid it tipping over into slapstick and immaturity. Bands such as Revolting Cocks, TAD and Killdozer all found that balance between savage guitars, a pummelling rhythm section and cutting, sarcastic lyrics, and in these modern times the masters of wit and riffs are Pissed Jeans. Why Love Now finds them further … Continue reading ALBUM REVIEW: Pissed Jeans – Why Love Now

ALBUM REVIEW: Pissed Jeans | Honeys

by Chris Familton Pissed Jeans… how can anyone go past a name like that? As a descriptor of the band that the moniker graces it is a pretty appropriate for these Pennsylvanian miscreants who ooze bodily fluids, sordid themes and many forms of self loathing and disdain. Following on from 2009’s Hope For Men, Honeys sticks to the same template of that and previous records … Continue reading ALBUM REVIEW: Pissed Jeans | Honeys

NEW MUSIC: Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds, Pissed Jeans and The Men

The new releases are coming thick and fast at the moment as record labels look to release albums they most held over from the end of 2012 to get maximum exposure as we kick off 2013. Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds have already released one song (We No Who UR) from their new album Push The Sky Away and here’s another. Jubilee Street is … Continue reading NEW MUSIC: Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds, Pissed Jeans and The Men

LISTENING TO…

ARCTIC MONKEYS – Humbug (not as desert rock as you’d expect…) GIRLS – Girls (album) (Elvis Costello-esque vox with some nice lo-fi indie dark pop) CIRCLESQUARE – Songs About Dancing & Drugs (Interpol meets Junior Boys in a quiet back alley in Manchester) PISSED JEANS – King Of Jeans (lurching, belligerent and intelligent) JAPANDROIDS – Post Nothing (One of the better exponents of the new … Continue reading LISTENING TO…