Johnny Thunders is a true punk rock legend.
He shot to stardom as a founding member of the iconic New York Dolls. After a stint with the Dolls he then went on to for his own band Johnny Thunders & the Heartbreakers.
Thunders sadly lost his life in 1991 aged just 38, but his legacy lives on to this day.
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Underground punk legends The Dogs have unleashed a new digital single “Under The Coast” that was co-written with and features fellow rock ‘n’ roller Frank Meyer (The Streetwalkin’ Cheetahs, James Williamson & The Pink Hearts) on guest vocals and guitar.
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California punks The Authorities (Die Laughing Records) are back with their first new material with their new line up and its as gloriously old school punk as you can get.
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Hot Laundry serves up their latest single “Shake”, a full-throttle rock number that is out now via Die Laughing Records.
Hot Laundry is heavily influenced by MC5, The Stooges, 1970’s east coast punk rock and delta blues and combines its love of Detroit horsepower, NY punk rock and groundbreaking rock and roll…Continue Reading

The Dogs are a three-piece proto-punk band formed in Lansing, Michigan, United States in 1968.
They are noted for presaging the energy and sound of the later punk and hardcore genres.
The band have released their latest single and video “Welcome To The Revolution” via Die Laughing Records, which can be viewed below:
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