It’s Top 3 Video time! The best of the Top 3 videos for June 5, 2016! Welcome friends!

First up is a punk band from Brazil… (I think). Not much information available from these guys… Even when I ask them. Their Soundcloud says: “Merging all the passion for the good ol’rock with the punk rock energy and the magic of heavy metal with a little bitof classic black metal school, the band sounds like an amazing endless partyimbued with liquor and beer in pubs around the world where people talk aboutfriendship, loyalty, respect, in addition to stories of gorgeous might women…”

I think you’ll laugh and you’ll like this…. Check out the drummer’s seat.

#3) John No Arms – Cada Vez Mais Velho e Bebendo Mais

Next up is ex-Transvision Vamp vocalist in her latest solo work. I love Wendy James! She describes her music as “New Wave” and “Garage Rock.” Here’s her FB page. Go Like it!

#2) Wendy James – Indigent Blues

At #1 is the Sloths…. What? The sixties band, the Sloths? Yep. Their Fb page says, “1965. Five boys, ages 15 to 17, stepped on stage of the famed PANDORA’S BOX on Hollywood’s Sunset Strip. THE SLOTHS were born. Most were students at Beverly Hills High School, others were dropouts. They rehearsed in their garages playing the music of the British bands that inspired them; The Rolling Stones, The Yardbirds, Them, The Who, as well as the American blues and rhythm & blues musicians who had inspired those groups; Chuck Berry, Bo Diddley, Muddy Waters, and John Lee Hooker. The band, with a few changes in the members, played virtually every venue in Hollywood; The Stratford, Sea Witch, The Hullabaloo, Hollywood Palladium, The Whiskey, Bito Lidos, and The Galaxy. They shared the bill with The Doors, Love, Iron Butterfly, The Seeds, and British icons Pink Floyd and The Animals. THE SLOTHS were approached by Impression Records and recorded two original songs; ‘MAKIN LOVE’ & ‘YOU MEAN EVERYTHING TO ME’. Taking their 45 to local radio stations themselves, they hoped to have it played. But ‘Makin’ Love’ was considered too controversial and ‘You Mean Everything To Me’ was only played on air once. By the end of Summer 1966, the group disbanded. Some returned to school, others dissolved into The May Wines, The Yellow Payges, TNT, The Kingbees, and Doug Yule’s Velvet Underground.” Go like their FB page:

#1) The Sloths – One Way Out

SPOTLIGHT ARTIST! Today is the mighty 50 Kaitenz from Osaka. I LOVE this band. Is this Japan’s best punk band? I think so. These guys are great musicians and funny as hell! Here is their latest single. Dig it! Go like their FB page:

SPOTLIGHT ARTIST! ザ50回転ズ The 50 Kaitenz – Vinyl Change The World

Well, that’s it for today! See you next week!!!!!  – Mike (in Tokyo) Rogers (Please come Like my FB page! Thankx!)




Top 3 Videos for May 21, 2016! The Routes (Japan), Wendy James, Parquet Courts, Jack Torera!

Top 3 Videos for May 14, 2016! The Mirror Trap! Shonen Knife, Lucy’s Crown, Peter118!

Top 3 Videos for April 30, 2016! Mitski, Skating Polly, Palaye Royale, Japan’s own Molice!

Top 3 Videos for April 23, 2016! Frankie Cosmos, Bleached, Dog Party and Japan’s Count Phantom!

Top 3 Videos for April 17, 2016! Japanese Punk Bands! The Privates, Moja, Su Ko D Koi, The Soap!

Top 3 Videos for April 9, 2016! Doll Skin, Rews, Ginger Wildheart, Japan’s own The Privates!

Top 3 Videos for April 3, 2016! The Mirror Trap, Taymir, Pom Poms, Japan’s Thunderroads!



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