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After watching the first couple of episodes of HBO’s new series Vinyl, I’ve been inspired to begin diving back into late-60’s, early-70’s New York punk and classic rock: lots of New York Dolls, Richard Hell, Television, The Dead Boys, etc.

It’s very rare that you come across something current circa 2016 that sounds straight out of CBGB’s, but somehow Sydney’s The Grease Arrestor manage to do just that with Volume Two, which sounds like a lost Velvet Underground cover album from shoegazing greats like My Bloody Valentine and Lush.

So if you’re ready for some good ol’ rock & roll, listen to (or pay-what-you-want to download) Volume Two below and tune in to Vinyl on HBO Sunday nights.

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Thanks again for stopping by. Best, Ben.