Thursday, December 29, 2011

A TASTE OF ORGANS SOUTHERN TOUR!

Brian behind the wheel of The Green Machine

Ian of The Burning Itch's Party Pad: Knoxville, TN

Hanging with the girls: Jacksonville, FL

Livin' large watching Escape From LA at the hotel: Jacksonville, FL

Backyard of Phil, Taylor and Kevin's southern comfort house: Savannah, GA

The Pilot Light: Knoxville, TN

THANKS TO EVERYONE WHO CAME OUT, PLAYED, OFFERED THEIR COUCHES, BOOKED THE SHOWS, BOUGHT STUFF AND MADE IT ALL POSSIBLE!
DC, Chapel Hill, Asheville, Knoxville, Jacksonville, Savannah, Charlotte, Philadelphia

Monday, December 5, 2011

Tour Update!

Heading down to Jacksonville tomorrow! Big thanks to Ian of the Burning Itch for hooking it up and partying hard in Knoxville last night!

Thursday in Jax:
https://www.facebook.com/events/200872593324840/?ref=ts


Saturday in Charlotte:
https://www.facebook.com/events/165081343589745/?ref=ts

Wednesday, November 9, 2011

Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Saturday, October 8, 2011

RAD REVIEW IN ITALY'S RUMOUR MAGAZINE!



Thanks Andrea for the translation!

GARAGE PUNK NYC

Historical courses and recourses. The legendary New York eighties garage scene, which among others, introduced us to the Outta Place, Fuzztones, Vipers, Tryfles, relive with new actors. In fact, something like a new garage punk scene seem to appear on the horizon of the 'apple'. Small stuff, still, yet promising – which for now revolves around the Killer Diller record label. They recently published three EP's of such sensations, which are absolutely worth following.

First are ORGANS, lead by Mr. Brian Chillemi. Their EP it's a declaration of war and it is titled 'Get It Right'. There's three of them, and they make a hellish noise. Over rumbling and reverbed cramps-like rhythm, they get as crazy as furies. 'Get it Right' (the song) is a Bo Diddley-ish blues punk with harmonica, reminiscing of the early Pretty Things. Just like the very new york-ish 'Going Home', as it echoes Lou Reed's Primitives (1965), while 'Long Lonesome Love Road Song' is a battered old road dirty folk song with a frenetic slide-blues drive. The EP ends with 'crampsian' flashes and reverbs: 'Girl I'm Thinking Of'.
Enclosed with the record there's even a flexi-disc for free. I would travel a hundred miles to get and see them live.

Since we have mentioned The Cramps, there's no better way to introduce you to TWIN GUNS, another 45 rpm record from Killer Diller. They are in two, Andrea Sicco on guitar, and Jim Chandler on drums. A classic duo, like the Mojomatics, which sink roots in Link Wray's darkness and the most cramps-like ferociousness. With a 'noir' emphasis that is even reminiscent of some stuff from... Bauhaus. Pure rock and roll tribalism dressed in leather-covered twang. Memories of violent and forgotten 1950's. Here and now.

The third 45 rpm is really... a mini album. In a 7' format, with five songs of such new groups for each side: AaVv. 'Wild About Jenkem', a sour juice of minor and roughly recorded rock and roll/rockabilly, between reverbs, slips and howls (Hasil Adkins!), rude and ungrammatical punk rock, garage r'n'r blues and Cramps. All distributed in ten tracks. From the distorted garage of LiveFastDie to the '77 punk rock of the Back CCs, to the b-movie sci-fi punk, Human Eye style, of Wizzard Sleeve. All of the tracks are mastered by the resurrected Tim Warren. (www.myspace.com/killerdillerrecords)

-Claudio Sorge

Friday, September 23, 2011

Sunday, September 11, 2011

Monday, September 5, 2011

Monday, August 15, 2011

Review of E.P/Flexi over at Razor Cake!

ORGANS:
Get it Right: 7” EP + Flexi
Five tracks total of raucous ‘60s punk ravers. From the title track, with its requisite harmonica solo, to the brooding “Girl I’m Thinking Of,” to the flexi’s sole foot-stomper, “Makin’ Love,” these guys manage to nail it. –Jimmy Alvarado (Killer Diller)

http://www.razorcake.org/site/modules.php?name=News&file=article&sid=25756

Thursday, May 26, 2011

Cool Review!

Thanks!

VICTIM OF TIME REVIEW

...and the flexi is actually a cover of the Sloths tune that was also covered by The Dirty Shames like a year later on the same label...

Sunday, May 15, 2011

Groovy Design

Big thanks to Bart of Frantic City and The Skeptics for putting this real cool image ya see above! And special thanks to Holly of American Sun for shooting the photo!

Monday, April 25, 2011

Sunday, March 6, 2011

LIVE AT COCO66



Had a blast at CoCo66 this past Friday and the recordings for the split cassette sound awesome!

Here are some pics by Marcus Lauer; Hit this link to his website for more!

Tuesday, February 22, 2011

Boston Show Review!

Thanks to Boston Groupie News for covering the show on Friday:
http://www.bostongroupienews.com/index.html

Thursday, February 3, 2011