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Heartbreakers - Born To Lose

The Heartbreakers (Johnny Thunders, Walter Lure, Billy Rath & Jerry Nolan) were at the centre of the London punk scene in 1977, having been invited by the Sex Pistols onto the infamous ‘Anarchy Tour’. UK punks treated the US band as rock royalty because of their New York Dolls pedigree. Malcolm McLaren had briefly managed the Dolls in NY. 

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Pre-Order: Looking For Johnny - The Legend of Johnny Thunders DVD http://bit.ly/1rUziFb

Pre-Order: Looking For Johnny - The Legend of Johnny Thunders DVD

Chip Baker Films in association with Jungle Records and MVD Entertainment Group presents a Danny Garcia film. Johnny Thunders was the legendary hard-living rock'n'roll guitarist who inspired glam-metal, punk and the music scene in general. Looking …


“Johnny Thunders doing Dion Dimucci! This video was made for a French TV show around 1988 - Johnny sometimes lived in Paris. The track is from ‘Copy Cats’ by Johnny Thunders & Patti Palladin.


ScotDrakula - Break Me Up

ScotDrakula is a garage punk band from Melbourne, Australia. They released their self-titled debut album at the end of 2014, a 10 tracks full length that it’s worth a listen and to acquire it. 

With songs like “O’Clock”, “Shazon”, “Pig Eyes”, “ I Ain’t Going To Sleep“ or the one that we feature today, “Break Me Up”, the band completes a great work with soft variatons of garage, punk and rock and their own sound. The album sounds like “Scot Dracula” from the first second to the end of it.

“Break me Up” is also included in the “Burner + Break Me Up EP”, released on cassette via Fleeting Youth Records, a Jungle’s favourite  label.

Stream the album here. Stream the EP here

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High Contrast - Lovesick

MikkiM is a musician, producer, and DJ based in Prague, Czech Republic. He produces his own unique style of music, an original combination of electronics fused with ska, reggae, dub, balkan and punk elements. He composes within a huge variety of styles ranging from chilled dub beats, jungle dancefloor smashers to hardtekno madness.