Trending

Share on facebook

Romero Release Fired-Up Power-Pop Debut Album 'Turn It On!': Stream – Stereogum

The Number Ones
Footnotes
Album Of The Week
10 Best Songs
The Melbourne band Romero play power-pop like power-pop was classic rock. Romero’s music is all howled-out hooks and trebly riffage, and it knowingly evokes the ’70s Camaro jams of bands like Cheap Trick way more than the relatively sensitive material of, say, Big Star. Romero might be a DIY band, but they’re the sort of DIY band that makes you want to chug cheap beer or stick your head out of a sunroof and let the wind blow your hair around.
Romero got together in 2019, and they perfected their form of insistent rip-snort party music during a time when partying wasn’t something that you could reliably do. Today, the band has released the recklessly fun debut album Turn It On!. It’s a total amped-up spring album, which means it’s arriving right on time. We’ve already posted the early singles “Turn It On!” and “Halfway Out The Door,” and now that the whole LP has arrived, you can stream it below.
Turn It On! by Romero
Turn It On! is out now on Cool Death/Feel It Records.
Kurt Loder Apologizes For Being A Dick To Jewel
We’ve Got A File On You: Jewel
Watch Jack White Play An Incredible Slide-Guitar National Anthem For Detroit Tigers Opening Day
Watch Thom Yorke Perform Radiohead, UNKLE, & The Smile Songs Solo For The First Time
Donald Glover Says Because The Internet Is “The Rap OK Computer
The most important stories and least important memes, every Friday.
As an independent website, we rely on our measly advertising income to keep the lights on. Our ads are not too obtrusive, promise. Would you please disable adblock?
Stereogum Media

source

Relavance

Transactional Video on Demand Market Size & Share [2022-2029] | Global Industry Growth Rate, Key Players, Type & Application, Expansion Plans, Recent Developments, Revenue, Challenges, Restraints Analysis – GlobeNewswire

Party like it's 1999 – Stereophile Magazine

Most Viewed

NFT TONE

NEWS

Party like it's 1999 – Stereophile Magazine

When I wrote that, 2021 wasn’t quite over, so year-end financials weren’t available. They’re available now. According to the Recording Industry Association of America, in