Yannick K. Author

Fait le grand écart entre kung fu old school et le rock sous toutes ses formes. Pense que Dieu serait tellement plus crédible (et badass) si c'était Iggy en disciple shaolin maniant aussi bien le nunchaku que la six cordes. En attendant il prêche pour THC.

Reach desert rock climax with PATRÓN’s sexy and swaggery debut album!

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“Who’s PÁTRON“, you ask? The band was formed by the frontman of late French rock’n’rollers Loading Data, a highly revered band pigeonholed as...

Find beauty in chaos: a spiritual conversation with LORD BUFFALO’s frontman Daniel Pruitt.

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This March, right before the world went into hiatus, LORD BUFFALO released their eerie new album “Tohu Wa Bohu”, unintentionally foretelling the chaos we were about to...

1000mods: new Seattle-inspired album “Youth of Dissent” leaves us high and dry.

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1000MODS are a long-time scene favorite. The kind of closely guarded card and safe bet when it comes to blasting a band that has chances to win them all. Known for their loud,...

ELEPHANT TREE reach new heights with “Habits” awe-inspiring doomgaze.

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ELEPHANT TREE. Never a name has summed up a band’s influences better: one massive foot in doom and dirty grooves, the other rooted in Pink Floyd-esque psychedelia. Yet,...

“Greek Rock Revolution”: when a whole music scene drew its force from the crisis.

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With half of the planet on lockdown, we felt it was the right time to get back on this documentary released in January 2020. The movie team were cool enough to make it available...

LORD BUFFALO take us into a gothic western trip with “Tohu Wa Bohu”.

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America is not always the nation we think. Between flamboyant California and cosmopolite New-York, the hidden face of this nation-continent stretches as far as the eye can see. In...

Stargazing in Mojave with BIG SCENIC NOWHERE’s “Vision Beyond Horizon”

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You’d think that the legends of Desert Rock agreed on kicking off the new decade by getting back in the saddle: Masters Of Reality, Brant Bjork, Mondo Generator, Fu Manchu,...

TARABAN: “How The East Was Lost” is the classy power psych album you all needed.

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Poland seems to be a very fertile ground when it comes to talented bands. This is why we have kept praising its blooming heavy scene, which has seemingly won over the French...

PLANET OF ZEUS “Faith In Physics” (Heavy Psych Sounds)

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It feels like yesterday when Clutch delivered a short yet memorable performance at Hellfest 2019, and PLANET OF ZEUS (described as ‘Clutch’s Greek offspring’)...

LOW FLYING HAWKS “Anxious Ghosts” (Magnetic Eye Records)

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Let’s be honest, we don’t know much about LOW FLYING HAWKS excepted their music and two initials: AAL and EHA. And two faces. Nothing more. Yet, two EPs ago, the duo...

YAWNING MAN “Macedonian Lines” (Heavy Psych Sounds)

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It always begins with delicate, arpeggio-filled melodies that draw the skyline of some faraway lands. Then YAWNING MAN weave the patterns: rocks, lakes, forests, rivers, sparse...

BARONESS “Gold & Grey” (Abraxan Hymns 2019)

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What if BARONESS music reach has gone way beyond the strict sludge or metal realm, far from any pigeonholing? What if in the end, Baroness were nothing but a one of a kind and...

Valley Of The Sun “Old Gods” (Fuzzorama 2019)

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It’s been a decade now since VALLEY OF THE SUN have been striving to highlight the Rock into their Stoner. With fire in their bellies — the same that makes you sweat at a...

Interview: exploring the other side of BARONESS with bassist Nick Jost.

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Hard-luck story and personal desires have turnt BARONESS into a totally different beast since their their 2003 debut. If you expect a umpteenth sludge record from them, you got it...