Tag Archives: Paris

Electric Jaguar Baby Unveil New Music Video “El Diablo”

Electric Jaguar Baby

A few days after the official release of its brand new EP ‘Old Songs From Beyond’ for Limited CD & Digital editions, French acid/fuzz-rock/psych/stoner duet Electric Jaguar Baby have just unveiled a new music video for the song “El Diablo” available right now: –  In addition to this news, the band have just launched the pre-order for it’s …

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Full Throttle Baby Stream New Album Rock’N’Brawl

French Hard rock’n’roll/Groovy/Punk rebels Full Throttle Baby have just released their long-awaited debut full-length album Rock’N’Brawl’ available right now in CD (Golden teeth Edition) & Digital formats through Hell Prod Record Label (Directors Cut, Iron Bastards, Los Disidentes Del Sucio Motel…) and the main legal platforms (iTunes, Deezer, Spotify…).. In addition to the official release-news, the band also …

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Eagles of death metal – I love you all the time: Live at the Olympia in Paris

In November 2015, the music world was shocked to the core when terrorists attacked the Eagles of Death Metal concert at the Bataclan in Paris leaving 89 people dead. Just three months later, the band returned to Paris and played a show at the Olympia venue. At the time, singer …

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Hellectrokuters Stream New Album ‘Round Two’

French hard’n’roll quartet Hellectrokuters stream new album ‘Round Two’ French hardrock’n’roll quartet Hellectrokuters, fronted by Butcho from Watcha, founded in 2009 have just released their second full-length record ‘Round Two’, available right now in CD/digital on the main digital stores (Amazon..) and legal platforms such as iTunes, Deezer, Spotify… through KNT Editions (Charlie’s Frontier Fun …

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Paris – Only One Life

This may be their debut album, but Paris – named after the French capital, in which the band’s central pairing of vocalist/keyboard player Frédéric Dechavanne and guitarist Sébastien Montet were brought up – trace their roots back three decades, to the heady days of AOR supremacy as evinced by the …

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