A huge joyful celebration of an eclectic mix of 1950s Rock 'n' Roll, Garage Rock, Soul, Blues and instrumental Surf music.Read More
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After his award-winning debut album Party Girl, released in 2011 by the British label Dirty Water Records, it's time to hear the second material The Dustaphonics, one of the sets that surprised the world for its musical combination.Read More
The launch party for Graham Day & The Forefathers new album “Good Things” at 229 The Venue in London on October 31st is shaping up to be one hell of a Halloween night as The Dustaphonics have now been added to the line-up along with The Fallen Leaves. The Dustaphonics actually have a new record of their own to promote too, the fabulous “Big Smoke London Town” has just been released on Dirty Water Records and is fast becoming one of Retro Man Blog’s favourite albums of the year so far.Read More
There are plenty of sisters out there doing it in the name of rock and roll and you can add the marvellous Dustaphonics to that long list. From the confident opening number 'The Message' this rock and roll combo get your toes a-tapping via some intense old school rock and roll and as unoriginal as it is it's still engaging and downright entertaining.Read More
From the first track, all I could think of was ‘hold on to your hats’!
Dustaphonics are about as incendiary as you can get when it comes to rockin’, rollin’ hard nosed blues. Hayley Red is that ‘perfect storm’ of '50s siren styling, inflecting the odd squeal for effect in her vocal performance and oozing sultry sex appeal. Dynamite stuff when applied to the driving, in-yer-face Dustaphonics sound.
Dustaphonics: Vintage for the ones with fine taste
They’re one of the hottest live bands in London, they’re the Dustaphonics. Not only can they count on the voice and stage presence of Hayley Red, vocalist with an overflowing sex appeal, but also on a musical drive that crosses over the best of music in the past sixty years: from rock’n’roll and R&B of the fifties to the Garage of the sixties, from soul to surf. All mixed with style: vintage music for the ones with fine taste.Read More
After the success of Girl Party, two years, Yvan Serrano, London from the French DJ, famous Healer Selecta, with its combo 1960s, surfing punk rock. Flanked a new singer, sulphurous Hayley Red, it provides to their new effort Big Smoke London City.Read More
My introduction to The Dustaphonics came a couple years ago, and I'll admit that I was instantly smitten. This is a band that combines 60s garage and soul in equal amounts for a sound that is irresistible. So when I received a new album from this band, I was excited to hear it.Read More
In a brief space of time us LPs who will make the delights of the degustador of vibrant R&B, furious rock 'n roll and garage have arrived new from the publication by the London seal Dirty Water exciting the three Record of trotter. Three consecutively appeared launchings totally recommended in urgent May, June and July so that the track shakes of dance to the rate of dynamic rythmical bases, guitars and howls from the garage!Read More
We have of return to sensational THE DUSTAPHONICS. After that one good debut of the 2011. With this second called work “Big smoke London town” (2014). They in my opinion surpass in many aspects his previous work.Read More
With a sincere rock and roll honesty and trappings of souled garage, as well as a peppering of surfy elements, the South-London crew known as The Dustaphonics have already pleased me via the CD spinning routine. 'Party Girl' was reviewed and glowed over and so, as a result, I am pregnant with expectation this time around.Read More
For a few years now, The Dustaphonics have been shaking up the London scene with an excitingly energetic party groove sound that distills such wide-ranging influences as 50’s R&B sleaze, 60’s garage rock, vintage soul, blues, surf, punk, you name it. It’s a distinctly vintage sound presented with a modern twist and production sense that carefully preserves the passionate rawness of the music.Read More
The debut album “Party Girl” made it blatantly apparent that London soul-rockers The Dustaphonics had it all over their competition on a couple of fronts. Not only did they have a killer vocalist in San Franciscan expat Kay Elizabeth but a consummate engine room to drive the songs. Album Number Two finds them with a new singer and an interchangeable rhythm section.Read More