Manlike Mammoth – The Moth
That is Manlike Mammoth. Hailing from Finland with mustache covered in snow. The group makes garage rock music. Here the review of their single “The Moth”.
Garage-rock duo Manlike Mammoth trample through blues-propelled rhythms. Obviously, they are part of a great lineage of similar mined garage rockers (the White Stripes, Them Crooked Vultures, Two Gallants). But, Mammoth understands that the engine of this genre of music runs on a full tank of unfiltered enthusiasm.
This band has got ample reserves of these, and are proud to showcase it for all those interested. Them Crooked Vultures may never be getting back together for a follow-up record, but Manlike Mammoth could be the band to take over from where Josh Homme’s group left off.
Face Command – Ride the 423
Face Command is a punk band from Australia. They are inspired by The Cramps, Pissed Jeans, The Dead Kennedys, Pixies, The Reverend Horton Heat. Here’s our review of “Ride the 423”.
A moody guitar intro that introduced me to Face Command may have given me a false impression. In fact, the group sounds like a a bunch of teens having just graduated to the rank of professional car thieves, all while under the influence of a lot of speed, and driving down the Australian country side. It’s Mad Max by way of the The Dead Kennedys.