Look for a couple new tunes by La Chinga on the next episode of Indie City. Much like our friends at You Big Idiot keeping punk alive, La Chinga gives us hope that classic rock may still have life. I get a nostalgic feeling when listening to this band, hearing pieces of Zeppelin mixed with Dio and Ozzy, yet somehow never forgetting I’m listening to La Chinga. I praise them for keeping this wonderful rock sound alive and hope you all can appreciate this band as much as I do. Welcome to the mix boys!
This is a really cool low budget music video that mixes a great song with some sweet galactic imagery, and of course space babes. I love me some space pussy.
Here’s the latest from Medusa. This is the second video release from their 2014 album Headcase’s Handbook. Visually, it’s just what we’d expect out of Julian and the gang, but this song has a whole different feel from your typical Medusa jam. In fact, this entire album gives us the vibe that Medusa is working at expanding their horizons; which is exciting for all fans of this great U.K. rock band. Pair a fresh, groovy riff, with the intoxicating vocals of Julian Molinero, and you get The Sweetest Elixir.
“A guide to living for the confused, lost or mentally disturbed [those who see things as they really are]”
All songs and lyrics written by Julian Molinero © 2014 All rights reserved
Produced, mixed and mastered by Lee Batiuk
Studio Assistant – Ollie Twidale
Recorded at Regal House Studio, Wisbech, Cambridgeshire, UK
Like the song? You’ll LOVE the album. Support a great rock band and Purchase on iTunes
Listen to the full album for free on YouTube HERE
Medusa is releasing a new music video on July 31st. You can be on of the first to see it by joining THIS GROUP on Facebook.