The DeRellas

The DeRellas new single "High Rise Supersize" out April 13th   The DeRellas are about to unleash another Glam size slice of Punk Rock melody upon us, with the new single "High Rise Supersize" available from 13th April 2018. The 3 track EP lives up to all the glorious 70s infused riffs The DeRellas are …

Faz Waltz

Faz Waltz new album Double Decker out now, buy it here. The eagerly awaited new album from Faz Waltz has made its entrance into the world, reclaiming the best of the early 70s sounds for themselves that would get any dance floor packed. The 11 tracks including the recent single "Julie" are filled with the …

Blue Carpet Band

 The Blue Carpet Band album release "Rock And Roll Carpet - Relaid" on 30th March 2018. For all those muttering under their breath "music aint as good as it used to be", have a listen to The Blue Carpet Band where influence is oozing from every fuzzy guitar string. A psychotic source of Rock 'N' Roll garage punk …

Nosebleed

Leeds 3 piece Nosebleed have given notice that their new album is on the way, the 6th April will see the release of  ‘Scratching Circles on the Dancefloor’ and Ten-Midnight.com have had the pleasure of listening to it. There is no hanging about with Nosebleed, we are straight into the belly of the beast with the …

Debt Neglector

Debt Neglector from Florida put out their first record last year on Smartpunk  Records called "Atomicland.", a 12 track album filled with punchy pop-punk tunes that are a level above the usual clones coiled springs of the genre. The band produces a slightly heavier more edgy sound with tuneful melodies, writing about real subject matters …

Spider

Spider has been crawling around the LA Punk scene with a very different sound to what’s expected round those parts, they spin a web of tunes that seem to be influenced by the UK as well as the rich history of U.S. bands. Karl Izumi (guitar), Steve Westerkamp (bass, backing vocals), Alf Silva (drums) & …

Drunk Gods

You can be forgiven for thinking the following description was given by someone who had a dislike for everything by The Drunk Gods, but this is their own words that unravel the bands complex sound: “Dark and visceral songs about sex, death, TV, growing old, soul-less wage slavery, suicide, greed, apathy, infidelity and how people …