Album Review: Bellrays - Black Lightning Fargo

Bellrays - Black Lightning Fargo

Toasting their 20th birthday this year, Californian garage-rock titans Bellrays were brief contenders for the big time around nine years ago, when their best moments were compiled by Alan McGee’s short-lived Poptones label. Which probably...

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The BellRays : Brighton Concorde 2

The BellRays : Brighton Concorde 2

Poured into a tight-ass black cocktail dress, eyes shut, mouth agape, Lisa Kekaula prowls the stage and belts out her soul. The BellRays may have been knocking round LA for nearly a decade, but their Poptones compilation and headline slot at...

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Bellrays : Meet The Bellrays

Bellrays : Meet The Bellrays

Soul Power is, sadly, one of rock 'n' roll's great stupid self-perpetuating myths. Yes, we can all salute music's capability to bring people together, but the idea that, say, the end of racial segregation in the '60s Deep South was in any...

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The Bellrays  :  Fire On The Moon

The Bellrays : Fire On The Moon

Brothers and sisters, the time has come for each and every one of you to decide whether you're gonna rip off MC5 clichés or stay in snuffling indie obscurity. For Brother McGee's on a mission to sign every decent garage rock band on the planet....

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