Last Weeks Music Highlights December 1st, 2013

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As always we try to pair up songs to the features we post. It is quite the broad range from Old School to new, from Blues to Punk, Rockabilly to Psychobilly, and everything in between.

Last week we featured bands from Argentina, Indonesia, Canada, France, two bands from Spain, and two bands from Hungary. So in case you missed it here is a brief rundown of the bands we used in the last week.

First is Freddie Dilevi of Seville, Spain singing “A Girl Like Her.” The EP was only just recently released in November of 2013.

Next out of Hungary is a band that has been featured here many times before. The Mystery Gang Rockabilly Trio’s, out of Budapest  “Baby Baby Blue.”

On the bluesy side of things is Guadalupe Plata  from Ubeda, Spain singing “La Pared,”

A surprise was this band we stumbled across from Jakarta, Indonesia, here is Citizen Useless with “Fast Food For Slow People.”

Another band out of Hungary is this punk and psychobilly band The Horibillies,  with “My Red Sock,”

This band from Argentina Las Diferencias,  singing “Ah ah ah,” has a real strong Rocking Blues sound.

The next band July Talk out of Toronto, Canada may be the beauty and beast of Rock and Roll. Since they are a duo we could not resist featuring two of their songs. What a great fresh sound. Here’s  “Paper Girl, ”  and “The Garden.”

Last but certainly not least is this rock and roll band with some twang out of France. Bagdad Rodeo’s  with “La ménagère.”

About Sad Man's Tongue: Rockabilly Bar & Bistro - Prague

We are a Bar and Bistro where old school meets the new school, dedicated to preserving the roots of rock and roll and it's modern adaptations as well as preserving the cultural identity of our neighborhood through our food, the the principles of the slow food movement. A little bit of rockabilly and retro combine with the kustom kulture of today, in an atmosphere devoid of Pretension.
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