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    • MARSHALL PRESENTS: #SESSIONS:066 – CRATE DIGGER

      MARSHALL PRESENTS: #SESSIONS:066 – CRATE DIGGER

      The Third Bardo was an American band in the late 60’s. They had one sole recording session in 67 and then broke up shortly afterwards. The session ended in 6 tracks, one single and a B-side. It didn’t get much attention at the time but is now regarded as a garage classic. Check out ’Five Years Ahead Of My Time’!

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    • MARSHALL PRESENTS: #SESSIONS:065 – NEW MUSIC

      MARSHALL PRESENTS: #SESSIONS:065 – NEW MUSIC

      Whether you like the series or not HBO’s Vinyl are giving us some great tunes to be very excited about. Most recently Jimmy Page favs Royal Blood contributed to the soundtrack. If you haven’t already you better put on ’Where Are You Know’, if you have, have another listen you know it’s a banger!

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    • MARSHALL PRESENTS: #SESSIONS:064 – CLASSICS

      MARSHALL PRESENTS: #SESSIONS:064 – CLASSICS

      'Welcome to the Jungle' was featured on the bands debut studio album ”Appetite for Destruction” in 1987. Accourding to Slash, the song took about 3 hours to write, and the inspiration for the lyrics is from an encounter Axl Rose and a friend had with a homeless man in New York yelling ”You know where you are? You’re in the jungle baby, you’re gonna die!” to young runaways. The track reached number 7 on the ”Billboard Hot 100”, and in In 2009 it was named the greatest hard rock song of all time by VH1.

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    • The Greatest Bluesman of All Time

      The Greatest Bluesman of All Time

      There would be no rock ‘n’ roll without the great Muddy Waters. Countless musicians have emulated his guitar playing style and covered his work, including The Rolling Stones (named after a Muddy Waters tune), Led Zeppelin, Eric Clapton, Chuck Berry and Jimi Hendrix.

       

       

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    • MARSHALL PRESENTS: #SESSIONS:063 – METAL

      MARSHALL PRESENTS: #SESSIONS:063 – METAL

      Surely nobody can possibly have missed that Kvelertak have given us all a taste of their coming full length which we are all dying to get our hands on. ’Nattesferd’ drops in May and according to frontman Erlend it’s their best one yet, ”I am certain it will blow the minds of both old and new fans” he says. 1985, what a treat!!

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    • SXSW MUSIC FESTIVAL 2016 – DAY FIVE

      SXSW MUSIC FESTIVAL 2016 – DAY FIVE

      Nothing lasts forever. This being the final day of SXSW and since we’re in Texas, we decided to spend the day the most country way we possibly knew how, by heading out of the bustling city and over to the J. Lorraine Ghost Town, home to the second year of Bandit Town Texas Bound. Sippin' beer, riding long horns (seriously no joke), and watching some of the best country outsiders like Jake Loban, Birdcloud, Chris Porter, Hangrounders, and more play among the old western town was just what the doctor ordered.        

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    • SXSW MUSIC FESTIVAL 2016 – DAY FOUR

      SXSW MUSIC FESTIVAL 2016 – DAY FOUR

      Once up, we rolled over to check out the Windish day party at the House of Vans at Mohawk. The Mohawk house is a staple to SXSW and is always packed to the brim no matter the time of day, and today was no exception even with the weather looking like it may turn to rain at any moment. After watching a few sets we realised it was time to leave, for we had a bus to catch (and not just any bus).

       

      Like a band of gypsies we rolled down the highway towards Luck Ranch, the private home of outlaw country legend Willie Nelson and this year’s Luck Reunion festival. For the occasion we were blessed with one of Willie’s own custom tour busses from the early 80’s as our means of transportation to the event.

       

      The bus was decorated in red velvet, patchwork leather and dark wood, with a Winchester toting, horseback riding cowboy on its side. Once on the grounds of Luck Ranch, we were greeted not to music but to the workers ushering everyone out of the festival grounds and into a barn to take cover due to a massive thunderstorm rolling in. 

       

      Rumors quickly spread that the festival would be canceled as the rain and lightning grew more intense. In the barn we watched the sky turn pink as the lightning cracked across the clouds and to the ground as Alberta Cross and Dylan LeBlanc played impromptu acoustic sets to the small crowd huddled inside.

       

      After a while the rain started to slow and people began to emerge as word spread that a few shows would continue on the two indoor stages even though the main stage was officially now closed. As we headed out into the mud towards the Revival tent stage we watched the last few lightning bolts flicker and disappear into the distant hill country.

       

      The Revival tent was stuffed to the gills as the crowd tried to watch the Insects vs. Robots set. As the set neared its end an old Chevy pickup truck as made its way to the front of the stage carrying non other then Shotgun Willie himself. The crowd burst into frenzy as he set into his first song, Whiskey River, which quickly smoothed over all the issues of the evening and warmed everyone’s spirits.

       

      There’s an old saying in these parts, “ Willie Nelson for President.” We couldn’t agree more.

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    • MARSHALL PRESENTS: #SESSIONS:062 – CRATE DIGGER

      MARSHALL PRESENTS: #SESSIONS:062 – CRATE DIGGER

      Here’s an old cult gem with slight mod tendencies for you. Mickey Finn and the Blue Men, formed by guitarist Mickey Waller in London 1964 and featured a pre-Zep Jimmy Page for a period of time. After a few changes in the line up they changed the name to The Mickey Finn and let go of this absolute diamond. If you haven’t heard it it’s about time you did, 'Night Comes Down'!

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    • SXSW MUSIC FESTIVAL 2016 – DAY THREE IS ENLIGHTENING

      SXSW MUSIC FESTIVAL 2016 – DAY THREE IS ENLIGHTENING

      As things were starting to feel a bit blurry from the past days, we decided to have a mellow morning at the Warner Bros. Records showcase, located at Hotel Saint Cecilia. Free drinks, tacos, live music and a pool? Yes please. The relaxed outdoor atmosphere, paired with some tunes via The Wild Feathers, Night Moves and more made you almost forget you were right there in the craziness that is South Congress this time of year.

       

      That said, when we heard that Charles Bradley & His Extraordinaires were playing across town at the Austin Shindig No. 6, we quickly hit the road in anticipation. Watching Charles Bradley live is not unlike that of a religious experience. His voice booms out over the crowd and the feelings it invokes moves people in a way not many on this earth can do. In the end with tears coming down his face he spoke of his late mother and to remember that love is great, inviting the crowd to hug each other, then coming off stage himself to do the same to his fans as he walked out of the venue. The moment felt almost surreal and left everyone in a daze as we walked out onto the street bound for Weinermania II by Burger Records, at the Spider House.

       

      Once at Weinermania we grabbed a frosty barley pop and headed out back to the hoarder’s dream that is Spider House, to catch the Death Valley Girls, Vision and Blank Tapes among others. With the night quickly coming to a close we wanted to catch one last show at IFC official SXSW showcase to check out the hip hop meets hardcore punk group, ho99o9. We’d all heard rumours of the chaos reigns supreme style of shows they put on, known to hold no limits, and we were not to be let down as the crowd burst into a frenzied mosh pit as the group kicked off their set. Some times seeing is believing, and we were now believing. 

       

      Photos courtesy of Olivia Jaffe

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    • SXSW MUSIC FESTIVAL 2016 – DAY TWO WITH IGGY AND JOSH

      SXSW MUSIC FESTIVAL 2016 – DAY TWO WITH IGGY AND JOSH

      We woke at the break of noon. Bright-eyed and bushy-tailed we headed out quickly for breakfast at the White Horse saloon. But first, a quick pit stop into the SXSW grounds to hear the cosmic swampy tonk tunes of Mayeux & Broussard in the harsh sun. Finally at the White Horse, we were bummed to find no actual white horse out front, as seen on an earlier visit, but were delighted to stumble upon a duet playing on the red velvet covered Conner Stage, called Timbre. Finishing our breakfast we then moseyed on over to Hotel Vegas to catch some of the She Shreds Showcase. Luckily we walked in just in time to see Bleached starting into the first song of their set. 

      That’s when it happened. All day we had been waiting on a call to see if we could somehow get into the Iggy Pop show with Josh Homme at ACL. Nothing could have made the day better, or so we thought, till we actually witnessed Iggy shiftlessly singing and contorting elegantly along to the heavy licks and harmonies that Josh laid out on a silver platter. They jammed for almost two hours straight, playing hits from early Stooges material to new songs from the Post Pop Depression album, due out on Friday.

      What a great way to end our second day at SXSW. Day three sure has a tough act to follow. Stay tuned.

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    • SXSW MUSIC FESTIVAL 2016 – DAY ONE

      SXSW MUSIC FESTIVAL 2016 – DAY ONE

      And we’re back in the saddle at this year’s SXSW Music Festival. Has it really already been a year since the last rodeo? Austin is yet again a galloping frenzy of music, youth, mud, dust and beer. First stop, a quick sarsaparilla at the A-OK and No Name house then on to a full day at the Desert Daze SXSW showcase to catch the likes of Beverly, Pearl Charles, The Parrots, LA Witch, Glitter Wizard, Sheer Mag, Night Beats, The Spits, Thee Oh Sees and many more. As days close with ears ringing and drinks empty we hit the old dusty trail home knowing we couldn’t have asked for more. 

       

      Not enough Western puns for you? Well hold tight partner ‘cause there’s a full week ahead of us. Whoa Nelly.

       

      Pictures courtesy of Olivia Jaffe.

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    • MARSHALL PRESENTS: #SESSIONS:061 – NEW MUSIC

      MARSHALL PRESENTS: #SESSIONS:061 – NEW MUSIC

      Need something  a little heavy for the weekend? Baby In Vains new killer single should do the trick. The trio from Denmark is doing everything right on this one. It’s heavy, it’s noisy with a twist of grunge. Do yourself a favor, ’Martha’s View’ is right here!

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    • MARSHALL PRESENTS: #SESSIONS:060 – CLASSICS

      MARSHALL PRESENTS: #SESSIONS:060 – CLASSICS

      Black Flag was one of the biggest hardcore punk bands during late 70s-80s, and their song TV Party is probably one of their most recognizable tracks. The song was featured on the EP ”TV Party” released in 1982. The song was written by guitarist Greg Finn and is a satire of boredom, drinking and peoples obsession with television and was praised for being one of the bands best songs.

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    • MARSHALL PRESENTS: #SESSIONS:059 – METAL

      MARSHALL PRESENTS: #SESSIONS:059 – METAL

      Feel like diving into some grindcore this Friday? Lucky for you Magrudergrind are back after a very long silence. Their full length II is out now on Relapse and it is full och grindcore from start to finish, here’s a taste, ’Divine Dictation’!

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    • MARSHALL PRESENTS: #SESSIONS:058 – CRATE DIGGER

      MARSHALL PRESENTS: #SESSIONS:058 – CRATE DIGGER

      Something heavy for the weekend? Thunder and Roses were a Hendrix-insired trio from Philadelphia. In 69’ they released the heavy blues psychedelia, Cream-esque album ’King Of The Black Sunrise’. The opening track was covered by Nirvana many years later and was included on ’With The Lights Out’. Here’s ’White Lace and Strange’!

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    • MARSHALL PRESENTS: #SESSIONS:057 – CLASSICS

      MARSHALL PRESENTS: #SESSIONS:057 – CLASSICS

      In 67 Pete Townshead told Guitar Playing Magazine that The Who’s latest single ’I Can See For Miles’ the rawest, loudest record they’d ever recorded. Paul McCartney read the interview and thought it sounded brilliant, but after listening to the track he wasn’t having it and thought the Beatles should give it a go. And so they did. Which classic does the trick for you, The Who’s ’I Can See For Miles’ or The Beatles ’Helter Skelter’?  

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    • MARSHALL PRESENTS: #SESSIONS:056 – NEW MUSIC

      MARSHALL PRESENTS: #SESSIONS:056 – NEW MUSIC

      Iggy Pop is back and this time around he has teamed up with Josh Homme of Queens of the Stoneage. The full-length called 'Post Pop Depression' is due in March. According to Homme it is a sequel of Iggy Pop and Bowie’s 1977 classic "Lust For Life”. Check out the latest single ’Break Into Your Heart!

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    • MARSHALL PRESENTS: #SESSIONS:055 – METAL

      MARSHALL PRESENTS: #SESSIONS:055 – METAL

      NYC black metalers Yellow Eyes have let go of fantastic full length ’Sick with Bloom’. It is harsh with raging guitars not unlike a thunderstorm and it is undoubtedly far their best work so far. Listen to the title track here!

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    • MARSHALL PRESENTS: #SESSIONS:054 – CLASSIC BOWIE

      MARSHALL PRESENTS: #SESSIONS:054 – CLASSIC BOWIE

      Before Bowie recorded this song himself, he offered the track to Mott The Hoople but they ended up not wanting it and used Bowies ”All The Young Dudes” instead. It was first released as a B-side to the single ”Starman” that was a commercial success and milestone in Bowies career, and then appeared on The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars that ended up being one of Bowie’s most popular and iconic albums of all time. Can you guess the classic Bowie track? 

       

      "All the Young Dudes" is a song written by David Bowie, recorded and released as a single by Mott the Hoople in 1972. It all started after Bowie heard from Mott the Hoople's bassist Peter Watts that the band was about to split because they lacked commercial success. The song is today a glam rock anthem and it has been ranked No. 253 in Rolling Stone’s ”The 500 Greatest Songs of All Time” in 2004.

       

       

      Sister Midnight was the opening track on Iggy Pop’s debut solo album ”The Idiot”, that was written and recorded in collaboration with David Bowie. They recorded it in 1976 and the album was released in 1977. The album reached number 30 in the UK and was the first of Iggy’s records to reach higher than 40. Later on, Bowie re-worked the song with new lyrics and called it ”Red Money” and featured it on his 1979 album ”Lodger”.

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    • MARSHALL PRESENTS: #SESSIONS:053 – METAL

      MARSHALL PRESENTS: #SESSIONS:053 – METAL

      2015 was quite a year for Agroaphobic Nosebleed. Not only did they release a class single but they also did their first full live show, 20 years after forming. And there is more to look forward to 2016 with ’Arc' coming out by the end of this month. Here’s their latest single ’Not A Daughter’!

       

      Sunn O)))’s Kannon has finally arrived, their first release since the Scott Walker collab. The album is a three part single and it is as droning as ever. Why not start with tart with ’Kannon’ Pt 1’!

       

      Abbath, the ex Immortal frontman has released a new single! It is a second taste of what is yet to come. The forthcoming self titeled debut is expected January 22. Check out ’Counting The Dead’!

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    • MARSHALL PRESENTS: #SESSIONS:052 – NEW MUSIC

      MARSHALL PRESENTS: #SESSIONS:052 – NEW MUSIC

      What better way to take on the new year than with ’Anywhere Loud’. The track off Imperial State Electric’s latest album is all about playing music loud, and how essential it is to a lot of us. It seems an appropriate way to start the new year, a sort of tribute to the man who played it loud like none other! Turn it up and play it LOUD! 

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    • MARSHALL PRESENTS: #SESSIONS:051 – CLASSICS

      MARSHALL PRESENTS: #SESSIONS:051 – CLASSICS

      What better way to start the week than with Primal Scream’s smash hit ’Rocks’. It was released in ’94 as a double A-side together with ’Funky Jam'. Press play and get your rocks off!!

      With both Girlschool and Motörhead having recently released new albums let’s go back in time and remember what it sounded like when the two came together as Headgirl back in 1980. Check out their first single, a cover of Johnny Kid & the pirates’ ’Please Don’t Touch’!

      Inspired by Yardbird’s ’Over Under, Sideways Down’ and Chuck Berry’s ’Back In The U.S.A’ The Romantics ’What I Like About You’ was lead single off the bands debut. It was a hit before it’s release in 1980 and is nothing short of a classic today. Check it out now!

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    • MARSHALL PRESENTS: #SESSIONS:050 – NEW MUSIC

      MARSHALL PRESENTS: #SESSIONS:050 – NEW MUSIC

      ’In Love and Alone’ is the B-side to Public Access TV’s ’Patti Peru’ and it’s so good Zane Lowe played it twice when he premiered it the other day. They keep outdoing themselves release after release. Check it out now!!

       

      Delta Spirit’s frontman have gone solo and released a new ep with a little help from previous Cold War Kid Matt Aveiro. Check out this classic sounding little gem, ’Everthing I Do Is Out’ by Matthew Logan Vasquez!

       

      What could be better than some fuzzed out guitar to get the weekend started? Seattle’s Night Beats are back with a thrilling new track. Stick it to the man with their latest ’No Cops’!

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    • MARSHALL PRESENTS: #SESSIONS:049 – METAL MADNESS

      MARSHALL PRESENTS: #SESSIONS:049 – METAL MADNESS

      Megadeth have unleashed ’The Threat Is Real’. Taking it back to old school Megadeth this one is far thrashier than ’Fatal Illusion’ and that we thank you for. More of this please on the new album out January 22!! 

      Legendary hard rockers Girlschool have returned will a new hard hitting, killer album. They’ve been going strong since 78 and ’Guilty as Sin’ is their 13th studio album. Check out the relentless ’Take It Like A Band’!

      Florida's Culture Killer have finally dropped their debut album that many have been waiting for. 'Throes of Mankind’ has strong messages discussing issues such as racism, human trafficking and domestic violence and the members have stated that ”They feel ultimately that using the band to do anything other than talk about the evils and tragedies in the world would be doing an injustice to the listener and to ourselves”. Here’s ’Justice Through Retaliation’!

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    • MARSHALL PRESENTS: #SESSIONS:048 – CRATE DIGGER

      MARSHALL PRESENTS: #SESSIONS:048 – CRATE DIGGER

      We have to thank Kanye West for blowing life into this old forgotten gem. He sampled the riff for his ’Hell Of A Life’ a few years back, a track on which he also sampled Black Sabbath and Tony Joe White. Even though the riff is known world wide the Mojo Men’s 1966 track  ’She’s My Baby’ still hasn’t quite gotten the recognition it deserves. Give the old masterpiece a spin!

      Here’s a band band from New Zeeland who made it big in New Zeeland and Australia back in the day. They’re best known today for creating the first Australasian rock concept album, ’The Happy Prince’. Rediscover The La De Da’s 1966 single ’How Is The Air Up There’? 

      It’s all bout 1966 today! That was also the very year The Creation released their first single ’Making Time’. You might have heard this one before bu did you know that this track was one of the first to feature bowed guitar, a style pioneered by The Creation guitarist Eddie Phillips and later made famous by none other than Jimmy Page. Better check it out!

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    • MARSHALL PRESENTS: #SESSIONS:047 – CLASSICS

      MARSHALL PRESENTS: #SESSIONS:047 – CLASSICS

      One of the most classic love-hate relationships of the 90s is the well documented one of The Brian Johnstown Massacre and The Dandy Warhols. In 97 Dandy Warhols dedicated their smash hit 'Not If You Were The Last Junkie On Earth' to BJM’s, and how did they respond? With the legendary 'Not If You Were The Last Dandy On Earth' of course!

       

      Jonathan Richman was only 19  when he penned the classic ’Roadrunner’. It took two years before he recorded it with his Modern Lovers and another four before it was released as the single of their highly acclaimed self titeled debut. It has been covered by legends such as Joan Jett and Six Pistols and more recently M.I.A borrowed some of the lyrics for her song Bamboo Banga. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6: !!

       

      In '76 Thin Lizzy were given one last chance to prove themselves by label Vertigo after their first two albums had failed generate much sales. They stepped up and delivered not just a an exceptional album but a timeless classic. Enjoy te title track ’Jailbird’!

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    • MARSHALL PRESENTS: #SESSIONS:046 – NEW MUSIC

      MARSHALL PRESENTS: #SESSIONS:046 – NEW MUSIC

      You’ve probably noticed that Weezer are back with some new tracks, unfortunately there’s no album in the works since they are currently without a label, but they are however open to dinner dates with A&Rs. Check out their latest, ’Do You Wanna Get High?’ according to Cuomo it draws inspiration form the very same girl who inspired 'o GIRLFRIEND’!

       

      Deap Vally just unveiled a first taste of their sophomore LP. It’s an attitude filled slow burner and it comes with a video starring Mick Jaggers daughter Georgia May Jagger and Nick Zinner who is producing the album. Listen to it here!

       

      St Louis’ The Brainstems started out as a Ty Segall and the Coachwhips coverband, which is quite some niche to have. They have moved on now but those inspirations are still very much there. Their debut album ’No Place Else’ is out November 27th, check out the fuzzy ’Simple Joy’ here! 

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    • MARSHALL PRESENTS: #SESSIONS:045 – METAL MANIA

      MARSHALL PRESENTS: #SESSIONS:045 – METAL MANIA

      It’s been a long time coming but Anthrax have finally given us a taste of what the new album will sound like. The new album is set to drop early 2016. Check out the crushing ”Evil Twin” here!

       

      Saxon, once at the forefront of the NWOBHM show no signs of slowing down. Though they’re not bringing anything dramatically new to the table they are still keeping it fresh on the new album. Here’s ’Destroyer’!

       

      Thy Catafalque, your favorite Hungarian one man band based in Scotland, is back! It’s unlike anything you’ll hear today, tomorrow and probably even next week. Check out the avantgarde and progressive 'Oldódó formák a halál titokzatos birodalmában’!

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    • MARSHALL PRESENTS: #SESSIONS:044 – CRATE DIGGER

      MARSHALL PRESENTS: #SESSIONS:044 – CRATE DIGGER

      It’s Friday again and today it comes with a lost and found Animals gem. It was recorded in 67 by Eric Burdon and (New) The Animals, the second line up of the Animals that is, when Eric was drawing inspiration from Grateful Dead. Check out ’Gratefully Dead’, two words: Beginning. Riff!

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    • MARSHALL PRESENTS: #SESSIONS:033 – THE BLACK ANGELS MIX TAPE

      MARSHALL PRESENTS: #SESSIONS:033 – THE BLACK ANGELS MIX TAPE

      The Black Angels are an American psychedelic rock band from Austin, Texas. Heavily influenced by the likes of The Velvet Underground, Red Crayola, 13th Floor Elevators, Brian Jonestown Massacre, The Warlocks, BRMC, the Pink Floyd, so here's their modern take on a classic mix tape.

       

       

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    • MARSHALL PRESENTS: #SESSIONS:032 – METAL MANIA

      MARSHALL PRESENTS: #SESSIONS:032 – METAL MANIA

      With black metal influences all over their music Myrkur is preparing for an album realise this month. The single ”Ønde Barn” (meaning ’evil kids’ in Danish) has all the right influences and a beautiful video so it sure makes the album with the name ’M’ an exiting wait.

      ’Of Ghosts And Gods - The Black Sheep’ is take from the up communing album ’Katakylism’ set to be released July the 31st. The album is the bands eleventh studio album and is said to have some of the finest elements in the bands carer. 


      ’High on Fire - The Black Plot’ is a banger with a theme out of the ordinary, listen to this quote form the front man Matt Pike: 
      "It's about aliens abducting people and manipulating our past, present and future. It's about the top of the pyramid, so to speak," "And it's also about alien hybrids, and how we've been immersed amongst this culture of E.T.s for thousands of years, and how no one has woken up to it until recently." 
      Sounds exiting right!? Have a listen!

       

       

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    • MARSHALL PRESENTS: #SESSIONS:031 – NEW MUSIC

      MARSHALL PRESENTS: #SESSIONS:031 – NEW MUSIC

      Palma Violets - Danger in the Club

      This ’garage-ish’ and ’rock-n-roll’ outfit for London had a celebrated debut album (that you probably did not miss) called ”180” in 2013. And here is the title track from their brand new and much promising album ’Danger in the Club’ released on the classic Ruff Trade imprint. Earlier this year premiering their new single on Zane Lowe’s BBC Radio1 show was a great start, and along with a busy tour schedule 2015 is looking bright for Palma Violets.  

       

      Girls Names - A Hunger Artist

      Brand new track from Belfast group with a blooming Post-punk sound. Their upcoming album ’Arms Around a Vision’ is set to be released on the Tough Love imprint October 2. And with a start like this raw, dark 80s, popish, Joy Devision sounding track, there is much to hope for. 

       

      Waves X Cloud Nothings - No Life For Me

      Messy.. yes lovely and messy, repetitive and gritty. Thats the sound of this album and the tittle track ’No Life For Me’. With a southern California style thats leans towards indie, garage and punk this collaboration is really something worth checking out. 

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    • MARSHALL PRESENTS: #SESSIONS:030 – NEW MUSIC

      MARSHALL PRESENTS: #SESSIONS:030 – NEW MUSIC

      Fuzzy guitars and blue eyed soul merged in to a special brew of retro groove, garage rock and pop.

      Emerging out of Edmonton Michael Raults sound has gone harder over the years and with his new album ’Living Daylight’ on LA based Burger Records the influences just named creates something really special.

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    • MARSHALL HEADPHONES ON THE ROAD: SEASON 3: EPISODE 18: PLASTER CASTER

      MARSHALL HEADPHONES ON THE ROAD: SEASON 3: EPISODE 18: PLASTER CASTER

      Cynthia Plaster Caster is probably the most famous groupie of all time. Aside from being known for 'hanging around' with the likes of Led Zeppelin, she rose to fame for her party trick -- making casts of her conquests' penises. Jesse meets her in Camden to see if she's still going strong and he takes a close look at some of her most attractive casts including that of Jimi Hendrix.
      Hearing about a new generation of young metal fans who have turned their back on what they see as lame modern metal and only listen to the original sound from the 70s, Jesse goes to a house party where only metal from that era is played and headlining the night is up an coming London band Amulet who blow Jesse away. They invite him to a heavy metal karaoke night the following night which is an offer he can't refuse.

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    • MARSHALL HEADPHONES ON THE ROAD: SEASON 3: EPISODE 16: TEWKESBURY + MONMOUTH

      MARSHALL HEADPHONES ON THE ROAD: SEASON 3: EPISODE 16: TEWKESBURY + MONMOUTH

      Leaving the city behind, Jesse heads for the countryside to meet a man synonymous with heavy metal for decades. Krusher has been a metal broadcaster on radio and TV, has been a DJ and compere for metal events around the world, but he's most well known for designing artwork for the likes of Motorhead and Sabbath. Jesse and Krusher stroll around his country estate and a rock'n'roll bromance ensues.

      Jesse kidnaps Krusher and takes him and his dog to a very hallowed place in the history of rock'n'roll. Rockfield Studios is the Abbey Road of the rock world and the list of bands who've recorded seminal material there, ranges from Sabbath and Motorhead to Queen, Oasis, Robert Plant, Joe Strummer and The Stone Roses. Founder Kingsley Ward shows the guys around and regales them with stories from the last 40 years of music heritage.

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    • MARSHALL HEADPHONES ON THE ROAD: SEASON 3: EPISODE 15: SIGHTSEEING

      MARSHALL HEADPHONES ON THE ROAD: SEASON 3: EPISODE 15: SIGHTSEEING

      Jesse then takes a tour of Aston to see the key landmarks of the birth of his favourite band of all time, from where they went to school and first rehearsed, to Ozzy's childhood home.

      The final stop of the tour is The Barton Arms where Ozzy used to drink and in there, Jesse meets two key Sabbath experts to help piece together the puzzle of how they came together and change the course of musical history.


      Graham Wright roadied with the band throughout their heyday and went on to write a book about them called 'How Black Was Our Sabbath.' He gives an insight into the personalities of the band members, the practical jokes they played on each other and how nuts they all went when they went to the States for the first time.
      Dr Andy Cope is genuinely a doctor of rock! He is an advanced musicologist and wrote the respected academic work 'Black Sabbath and the rise of Heavy Metal Music.' He takes Jesse through the specific musical innovations that made Sabbath different from what had gone before them and led to journalists deciding there needed to be a new name for this heavy and often terrifying sound.

      Soon after Sabbath and Judas Priest set the template for what would become known as heavy metal, new bands in the area around Birmingham became inspired to give it a go. The small, unremarkable town of Stourbridge contributed a few great bands, none more so than Diamond Head who became known more recently as one of the biggest influences on Metallica.
      Jesse went to co-founder Brian Tatler's house to see how the next generation of metal bands took inspiration from the likes of Sabbath and soon found themselves touring the world, riding the wave of this new sound that kids all over the globe couldn't get enough of.

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    • MARSHALL HEADPHONES ON THE ROAD: SEASON 2: EPISODE 12: GWAR

      MARSHALL HEADPHONES ON THE ROAD: SEASON 2: EPISODE 12: GWAR

      In the final episode of the series, Tim drives to Omaha to catch up with the proverbial road-dogs The Black Lips then heads for Richmond, Virginia to investigate the mythical Slave Pit. The home of intergalactic humanoid barbarian metal band Gwar, the Pit is where their slaves spend months preparing their elaborate stage show.

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    • MARSHALL HEADPHONES ON THE ROAD: SEASON 2: EPISODE 11: THE MANGLER

      MARSHALL HEADPHONES ON THE ROAD: SEASON 2: EPISODE 11: THE MANGLER

      Tim reaches Nashville: Music City and before checking out the local kids putting on rock shows in their houses and swinging by Jack White's Third Man Records emporium, he meets probably the most famous roadie of all time. Phil Kaufman aka The Mangler worked with The Rolling Stones and Frank Zappa, hung out with Charles Manson and then most famously stole Gram Parsons corpse, drove it to Joshua Tree and set it on fire. They even made a film out of his story and Johnny Knoxville played him.

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    • MARSHALL HEADPHONES ON THE ROAD: SEASON 2: EPISODE 10: THE HOUSE OF SHOCK

      MARSHALL HEADPHONES ON THE ROAD: SEASON 2: EPISODE 10: THE HOUSE OF SHOCK

      New Orleans is the destination for episode 4 of OTR series two as Tim meets legendary metal roadie Steve J at his new home, the House of Shock. Having worked with bands like Pantera and Black Sabbath, Steve still spends time on the road but his priority now is running the most pant-shittingly scary haunted house in the world.

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    • MARSHALL HEADPHONES ON THE ROAD: SEASON 2: EPISODE 9: AUSTIN PSYCHFEST

      MARSHALL HEADPHONES ON THE ROAD: SEASON 2: EPISODE 9: AUSTIN PSYCHFEST

      In the third episode with Tim Harrington at the helm, the On The Road van reaches Austin, Texas and in particular a psychedelic music family camped out in a disused power plant. Psychfest curator and headliners The Black Angels explain how and why them and some friends playing music in a bar turned into a movement.

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    • MARSHALL HEADPHONES ON THE ROAD: SEASON 2: EPISODE 7: PYRO PETE

      MARSHALL HEADPHONES ON THE ROAD: SEASON 2: EPISODE 7: PYRO PETE

      In Series Two of On The Road, Tim starts his cross-country adventure in Alberquerque, New Mexico where of course he gets his priorities right and goes straight for a local diner to sample the local speciality -- green chili cheese fries. He then heads for Pyro Pete's legendary workshop to meet the world's most celebrated pyrotechnician of all time. This man has set things on fire for ACDC, Iron Maiden, Kiss, Rolling Stones and many more and has even blown his own face off in the name of rock.

      On The Road: Pyro Pete has blown stuff up for ACDC and Kiss. And set his face on fire. So a little respect please.

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    • MARSHALL HEADPHONES ON THE ROAD: SEASON 1: EPISODE 6: RANCHO DE LA LUNA

      MARSHALL HEADPHONES ON THE ROAD: SEASON 1: EPISODE 6: RANCHO DE LA LUNA

      Next stop is rancho de la luna, a mystical place and spiritual home of the desert rock scene. Rancho is a recording studio where the likes of arctic monkeys, unkle and pj harvey have come to try to recreate the spirit of the original desert bands. After a jam session with his fellow eagles of death metal man dave catchings and his girlfriend, acclaimed adult filmstar tuesday cross, jesse persuades them to play a live show at a party in the desert.

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    • MARSHALL HEADPHONES ON THE ROAD: SEASON 1: EPISODE 4: WOMEN ON THE ROAD

      MARSHALL HEADPHONES ON THE ROAD: SEASON 1: EPISODE 4: WOMEN ON THE ROAD

      After the bad behaviour witnessed onstage at Steel Panther, Jesse investigates the women in rock’n’roll, firstly with one of his heroes and mentors Ian Astbury of the Cult and then in a discussion with three women who know more about the business than most: Megan Tobin, ex-lighting tech for the likes of Metallica, Michael Jackson and Guns’N’Roses, Patty Schemel, ex-drummer for hole and Laura-Jean Hyde who has worked on tours with acts like Alice Cooper and Rob Zombie.

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    • MARSHALL PRESENTS: #SESSIONS:021 – NEW MUSIC

      MARSHALL PRESENTS: #SESSIONS:021 – NEW MUSIC

      Athen’s very own Alabama Shakes are avoiding the unexpected. They just let go of their second album ’Sound & Color’, an album that manages to sound like the past and the future at the very same time. Check out the track ’Dunes’ and enjoy some spot on riffs and the crushing, unbridled voice of singer Brittany Howard! Speedy Ortiz are back! Massachusetts’ favorite indie rockers led by Sadie Dupuis just dropped their second full length ’Foil Deer’ and it’s pretty fantastic. Get ready for the weekend with the slow and ferocious ’Puffer’, it’s a killer! Blossoms is the name of Stockports latest music export. A name that well reflects their fresh and light take on classic 60s psychedelia and they really look the part as well. Take a listen to the fantastic psyche-pop tune ’Cut Me And I’ll Bleed’ and ease in to spring time!

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    • MARSHALL PRESENTS: #SESSIONS:020 – CRATE DIGGER

      MARSHALL PRESENTS: #SESSIONS:020 – CRATE DIGGER

      Just in time for Record Store Day we present another helping of Crate Digger! First up a psychedelic rockband started off under the name ’Bittersweets' in Phoenix 1966 became known for playing among other successful acts such as Blue Cheer, Canned Heat, and The Byrds.

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    • MARSHALL PRESENTS: #SESSIONS:019 – METAL MUSIC

      MARSHALL PRESENTS: #SESSIONS:019 – METAL MUSIC

      Post-metal outfit and from Peoria have been at it again. And the result is some more of their spectacular atmospheric 'psychedelic metal’. ’The Crash And The Draw’ is an album you would wanna listen to over and over in full, get a taste of it with the hypnotizing ’Within and Without’!

       

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    • INTRODUCING MAJOR II COLOURS

      INTRODUCING MAJOR II COLOURS

      An impressive second act, the classic Major kicks up its performance a few notches. Updated sound, looks and durability, as well as improved ergonomics, give way to a whole new level of listening. A rock-solid character that’s built to last, the Major II makes its presence known.

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    • ROCK THE HOUSE...

      ROCK THE HOUSE...

      Elijah Wood DJ’ing in his Marshall Headphones at our secret and speakeasy pop-up party at the SXSW 2015 music festival, together with No Name and A-OK Collective. 

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    • Austin, Texas. Day 1.

      Austin, Texas. Day 1.

      Tell the world we're coming home. Yup, we’re here again! Follow us live from the South by Southwest music festival 2015 in Austin, Texas this week.

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    • INTRODUCING MAJOR II

      INTRODUCING MAJOR II

      An impressive second act, the classic Major kicks up its performance a few notches. Updated sound, looks and durability, as well as improved ergonomics, give way to a whole new level of listening. A rock-solid character that’s built to last, the Major II makes its presence known.

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    • MARSHALL PRESENTS: #SESSIONS:008 – CRATE DIGGER

      MARSHALL PRESENTS: #SESSIONS:008 – CRATE DIGGER

      After opening for Rolling Stones on their first headline tour, British rock band The End became Bill Wyman’s hobby project in the mid 60’s. Unfortunately their sole album ’Introspection' was released a little too late and was thought a lightweight compared to its heavier sounding contemporaries.

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    • MARSHALL PRESENTS: #SESSIONS:006 – CLASSIC ROCK

      MARSHALL PRESENTS: #SESSIONS:006 – CLASSIC ROCK

      Only two of the London lads in Free were 18 when they did their first gig at the Nag’s Head in ’68. Bass player Andy Fraser was only 15 years old at the time. A couple of years later they had become one of the best selling British blues-rock acts of the early 70’s

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    • MARSHALL PRESENTS: #SESSIONS:005 – NEW MUSIC

      MARSHALL PRESENTS: #SESSIONS:005 – NEW MUSIC

      Little known but critically acclaimed psyche rock outfit Psyence is a must for all retromaniacs. With their melodic yet heavy and hard riffs their sound is more concrete busting psychedelia than flower power. Listen to their latest track Phoenix below! 

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    • MARSHALL PRESENTS: #SESSIONS:004 – CRATE DIGGER

      MARSHALL PRESENTS: #SESSIONS:004 – CRATE DIGGER

      Diggin' down deep in the record bins... Sometime in the late 60’s Long Island’s Stonewall recorded their lone album Stoner. Studio owner and part-time band member Jimmy Goldstein had the album released in ’74 on the purported tax scam label Tiger Lily without the knowledge of the rest of the band.

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    • MARSHALL PRESENTS: #SESSIONS:003 – METAL MUSIC

      MARSHALL PRESENTS: #SESSIONS:003 – METAL MUSIC

      Embrace the cold and darkness! As we go full-on metal for this week's session. This diabolical playlist presents you with a bit of Norwegian black metal mixed with some new, strong releases - including what might just be one of the most anticipated albums of the year.

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    • MARSHALL PRESENTS: #SESSIONS:002 – CLASSIC ROCK

      MARSHALL PRESENTS: #SESSIONS:002 – CLASSIC ROCK

      The Who & The Marshall Stack Sounding huge from your record player and even bigger live, the legendary Brits of The Who demanded to be as loud as possible. Pete Townshend and John Entwistle were directly responsible for the creation and widespread use of Marshall amplifiers and the creation of the iconic Marshall ‘Stack’ and 100-watt amplifier. 

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    • MARSHALL PRESENTS: #SESSIONS:001 - NEW MUSIC

      MARSHALL PRESENTS: #SESSIONS:001 - NEW MUSIC

      Welcome to Marshall Sessions. Carefully selected tracks to help you kick off your weekend in style! This session we present you with a first-rate playlist full of spanking new rock classics, including some longed for releases. 

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    • GUTEN TAG BERLIN!

      GUTEN TAG BERLIN!

      We’re here causing trouble – come say hi and meet the team! You’ll find us at the IFA Berlin, Halle 1.2, stand number 107.

       

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    • INTRODUCING: WOBURN

      INTRODUCING: WOBURN

      Marshall headphones and speakers together with Marshall Amplification proudly presents the release of a brand-new speaker. Built to thrill, let us introduce: the Woburn. Read more and buy today here.

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