THE WYLDE TRYFLES – Fuzzed and Confused LP (SFR-114)

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Gonna Miss Me Creepy Thing
My ConFuzzion Don't Miss The Deadline
Drive Me Crazy Hard Time
Enough (I Open My Eyes) Just Wanna Make Love To You
Out Of Sight Get Outta My Way
What's Wrong With You?

The WYLDE TRYFLES sound wild and out of control, playing their modern take on ultra-fuzzed 60s garage-punk, full of snotty garage vocals, screams, back from the grave vibes and hypnotic dangerous beat!
The sound of their new LP “Fuzzed And Confused” is a continuous wave of influences from 60s and 80s garage punk area, such as The SHADOWS OF KNIGHT, COUNT FIVE, The CYNICS, The TELL-TALE HEARTS, The PANDORAS and, of course, The SONICS! Just the way you like your daily dose of fuzz! If it’s the smashing garagepunker “Gonna Miss Me”, the dark yet wild and surfy “Creepy Thing”, their fuzzed-up version of 60s-garagepunker “My Confusion” by THE ELITE or sexy-wild cover of MUDDY WATERS-classic “I Just Wanna Make Love To You” -THE WYLDE TRYFLES combine a punky fuzzguitar, crazy organ, a lot of energy and wylde reverberating female vocals by powerful frontwoman Lubna Bangs.

They are wild and groovy, their beat gives an immediate need to dance all night long!



WINSTONES – Sunshine City LP (TTR-004)

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Get Carter Theme                    Lady Day And John 
Ain't It A Sin Coltrane
Somebody Stole My Thunder Down Home Girl Bring It On Home To Me Me And You Doin' The
Sweeter Than The Day Before Boogaloo 8 Days On The Road You Didn't Know It But
I Was Born To Lose Out You Had Me
The Dark End Of The
Funky Street
A.J. The Housefly

Tokyo-based Garage-Soul band WINSTONES finally release their debut album and while the CD-version is released by Radio Underground Records, the LP-version is released by Soundflat Records sister-company Topsy-Turvy Records! Over the past decade these four boys have played in numerous garage/punk/rock-bands (including legendary punk-rock band Teengenerate) before they formed this new musical project moving towards a funky, soulful New Orleans-R&B-influence, yet keeping their punk’n’roll-wildness to their sound.

These four Japanese boys sure have a lot of soul in their veins; their album “Sunshine City” consists of 14 cover versions of soul/R&B-classics. “Ain’t It A Sin” (Charles Bradley) gets you into the cool groove of the record right away and you’ll find yourself moving along to the rhythm and chanting along to the classic mod hymn “Somebody Stole My Thunder” (originally by Georgie Fame) or uptempo soul stomper “I Was Born To Lose Out” (James & Bobby Purify) or their version of “Down Home Girl” (Alvin Robinson). Unique screaming vocals by singer Motor Ken and the band’s refined sound take you through their versatile selection of tunes, that one cannot get enough of!




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Introduction Shiriko's Zubizuba Rock
Enchanting Newretro World A Dream I Had In The
Dangerous Saturday Summer
Old House Boogie Fire Rock'n'Roll Tour
Kick The Girls Rock!! That Girl's Shout
Busy Busy Goodbye Heisei Era
Samehada Typhoon

SAMEHADA SHIRIKO & DYNAMITE are from Fukuoka, Japan and have played together since 2013 now, ever since released three albums and played countless explosive live-shows. The group around dynamic and beautiful singer and guitarist Shiriko, mad lead guitarist Abbey, stylish bassist Wetton and classy drummer Massiveeffect have an intense stage presence combining retro- and modern style in a fun and crazy way. Their third album “Newretrock” is just that – powerful retro-rock which
is refreshingly new at the same time.

The LP was previously released as CD (Sazanami Records) and contains 12 songs, including a coverversion of a band-favourite, “Dangerous Saturday” (originally by Japanese girl-group The Candies from the 70s) among 11 originals. It is covered in a pretty artwork, somewhat influenced by classy 60s and psychedelia. Be enchanted by the “Enchanting Newretro World”, rock and boogie along to “Old House Boogie”, shout along with “That Girl’s Shout” and finally get overwhelmed by “Samehada Typhoon”.

Samehada Shiriko & Dynamite have a highly unique, very Japanese, slightly crazy sound one can hardly compare with others, yet it is somewhere in between nostalgic Japanese Group-sounds, 80’s-“Mentai-Rock” and Girl-Garage-Punk with a few 70’s- and hardrock-influences here and there – certainly one of a kind!

Attention: Limited edition of 100 cornetto and handnumbered copies!!!



THE SINO HEARTS – Mandarin A Go-Go LP (TTR-003)

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Rock'n'Roll Hurricane        Mary K 
Loveless Nights                A Way Or Another 
Mandarin A-GOGO            New Keys To Your Heart 
War Song                         Peking Vampire 
Growing Apart                  Good Night Margareten 
                                       I'll Be Waiting (feat. The Side

THE SINO HEARTS are a fabulous 70s Punk PowerPop/Garage-band based in in Peking, China. After releasing their debut album “Leave the world behind” on Monster Zero Records in Europe, Target Earth Records in Japan and Ruby Eyes Records in P.R. China, they went on
tour through Europe two times and played all over China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Japan and South Korea sharing the stage with bands like RADIO BIRDMAN, SUPERSPAZZ and many other Rock’n’Roll groups all over the world.

Their second album “Mandarin A-GOGO” was recorded and produced in Austria, especially mixed and mastered on a vintage analogue tape machine. The album contains 10 fantastic new songs, musically among 60s Garage,70s Punk/Powerpop,Neo Mod and other outdated guitar romantics. These Chinese punkers are just incredible and will absolutely blow your minds with their powerful, fun music!



Human Toys – Spin To Win LP (TTR-002)

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Don't Bury Your Dead        Dorothy Green
Secret Girl                        Let's Get High 
Don't You Piss Me Off        Centipede 
Plate In My Head              No Money No Job
Doomsday Device             You're Like A Disease
I'm In The Band               What Part Of No
Trashman                        Church of Lux
He Said Yeah

They are sexy, they are powerful, they are subversive! HUMAN TOYS is a raw punk rock duo with female vocals.

Poupée Mecanik (vocals, theremin) has a penchant for playing with female archetypes : subversion is the name of the game, flavored with a generous dose of irony.
The arrival of guitarist Jon Von, ex-Rip Offs, has transformed the band with an all-new set of punk rock somewhere between the Ramones and the Avengers !
On the forthcoming LP on Topsy-Turvy records (a division of Soundflat), the songs draw on subjects from B-movies, drugs and perversion to politics, sexism and gender freedom.

HUMAN TOYS have musically reformed since their previous record “Excuse My French” on Records Ad Nauseam and while one may find a lot less electronic/electroclash-influence in their music now, there is definitely a higher dose of wild punkrock! Whoever has had the pleasure to witness one of their fantastic live-shows around the world so far knows that they deliver full-on power and punkrock energy with a tough and seductive attitude.



LES ROBOTS – The Sound Of The Middle East 7″

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Cameltoe A Go-Go! Invasion Of The Ara-Bots 

 LES ROBOTS are mechanical men from outer space, presumably programmed by legendary producer Joe Meek to make astonishing instrumental music! With two 7”s and an LP released on SPAZZ Records plus several outstanding live-shows from outta space, the
musical duo (or quartet in live-shows) now delivers something oriental – their latest 7” released by TOPSY-TURVY-RECORDS (Soundflat Records daughter-label) invites you on a musical spaced-out magic-carpet-ride!

Listening to “Cameltoe A Go-Go” you can almost hear the camels grooving through the moon-desert while being hypnotised by belly-dancing genies; this song is absolutely enchanting! The B-side “Invasion Of The Ara-Bots” musically revives adventures of 1001 Nights; it’s a dramatic, exotic surf through space. You can still hear their strong musical influences of the instrumental 60s (The Shadows, The Ventures, Link Wray) that are taken to an oriental future this time in a brilliant way!



MARTIN SAVAGE AND THE JIGGERZ –  Between The Lines 7″ (TTR-45-002)

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Between The Lines Shooting For The Stars 

 MARTIN SAVAGE AND THE JIGGERZ are a supergroup international power trio!

We have the French-Japanese rhythm section from King Salami & the Cumberland Three, Eric Baconstrip (The Ulcers, Parkinsons, Paul Collins Beat, The Nips) & Kamikaze U.T., who also played in the Chinese Lungs together, teaming up with their old pal, Sweden’s garagepunk legend, Martin Savage (The Blacks, the Locomotions, Tokyo Knives, and a dozen more…). With the Jiggerz’ second single, shortly released after their first 7” “Time To Get Out” on Folc Records, they give you two 1970’s punk rock hits, simple, fast & straight to the point, the way it should be.

Both songs “Between The Lines” and “Shooting For Stars” are fast, loud and out-of-control wild 77 punkrock-songs to go wild to with killer guitars, absolutely mental drums and snotty, cool vocals!




VLAD AND THE IMPALERS – Serfs Up! 7″ (SFR-45-048)

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Serfs Up! Sing Along With Creighton

GHOUL A GO-GO is an American TV-show based on the American tradition of the Horror Host of the 1950s and 60s á la Vampira and Zacherle. The show itself started in 2000 and ever since has not only
become a cult TV-show including a lot of musical gems (such as star appearances by HASIL ADKINS or The 5678’s), but the show also does many live-shows, hosting horror conventions, burlesque-shows and lots more.

This 7” features two brilliant songs recorded by VLAD AND THE IMPALERS – Mister Vlad Tsepis being one of the spooky hosts of the show and The Impalers, who might look and sound suspiciously
familiar when you compare them to our favourite German 60s-Garage-heroes THE SATELLITERS. You will dig the surfy sounds of the ghost guitars on the A-side “Serfs up” with spooky



THE EVIL FUZZHEADS – The Fuzz-O-Phonic Sound Of… LP (SFR-112)

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So Strange So Strange I Love You More Than
Fire In Your Soul The Whole Wide World
She's Wearing Rainbows Take Me Up To Your Room
In Her Hair Make Her Mine
Love Me Now And Hate On My Mynd
Me Later Evil As Evil Can Be
Lookin' In The Face Of Evil My Hands Belong To The
You Creep Me Out Devil

THE EVIL FUZZHEADS are a fuzzy, wild trio from Brussels featuring  members of the VICE BARONS. SOUNDFLAT RECORDS is proud to release their exciting debut album “The Fuzz-O-Phonic Sound Of” now. Expect some very powerful hammond-driven fuzzy garagerock with a
heavy influence of the 60’s and a hint of psychedelia.

You will find twelve original tunes that certainly won’t disappoint! Starting off with an absolute killer-song “So Strae So Strange” that is extremely addictive and wild, you will not only go wild to songs like “She’s Wearing Rainbows In Her Hair” or “Make Her Mine”, but
you can also find slightly softer garagepsych-tunes like “You Creep Me Out” or “My Hands Belong To The Devil”.

The perfect mix for any garagehead who digs fuzzy, organdriven 60’s garage-psych-rock!

Attention: Limited edition of 100 splattered and handnumbered copies!!!



DYNAMITE PLATOON – The Fabulous Platoon LP (SFR-111)

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Nihon-shu – One More Que Sera Sera
Sake (Not Beer) S-W-I-M
Old MacDonald Had A Farm Hold On I'm Coming
Bu Bu Bi Du Woo Hoo
It's So Hard (Garage)Punk Nuts
I'm Rowed Out We're Gonna Get Married
Feral Styl
Secret Agent Man Fujisan
We Better Get Ready

Dynamite Platoon come from Sendai, Japan. These crazy masked guys have played together since 2013 and have since released a couple of CDs, cassettes and a few singles and split-singles on their own label L.O.D records while playing numerous live-shows throughout Japan. After their outstandingly wild gig at the Tokyo Halloween Ball 2019, Soundflat Records simply had no other choice than to release their latest album “The Fabulous Platoon” on vinyl – and what a smashing record it is!

Expect a lo-fi raw and explosive mix of crazy garage-punk with loads of energy and a huge amount of wildness! The album includes fantastic, tough versions of 60s garage-rockers like “I’m Rowed Out” (originally by The Eyes) or punky versions of classics like “Que Sera Sera” (Doris Day), “Hold On I’m Coming” (Sam & Dave) and “Secret Agent Man” (Johnny Rivers) and mix them up with wild originals that have so much power and cool attitude, you won’t believe your ears!
The vinyl-version also comes with bonus tracks “(Garage)Punk Nuts”, “Style”, “Fujisan” and “We’re Gonna Get Married”. The raw energy these boys present on stage absolutely comes across on this album.



ROMAN AND THE ROSARYS – Going Home With… LP (SFR-110)

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Wade In The Water (There's A) Ghost Inside The
Confusion, Trouble Chains Of Time
And Despair
Back For More Gypsy Woman
Come Back No More Going Home Baby
Baby Don't You Weep Baby I'm Coming Home
15 Days, 15 Nights I'm Going Home

ROMAN AND THE ROSARYS channel the trance like monotony, the drama and the female worship of the Rosary prayer into 12 minor key dance numbers.

“Going home with Roman and the Rosarys“ was recorded by Jim Diamond at Living Room Sounds and features Roman Aul (REDONDO BEAT) on Vocals and Guitar, Maximilian Schneider (REDONDO BEAT) on Drums and Thomas Bruchhäuser (THE SATELLITERS) on Bass.

On their debut album they hijack early 60s Memphis and Detroit RnB numbers and twist them, in alignment with Roman Aul’s originals, into little 2 and a half minute soap operas that plea for salvation on this journey to paradise.

If it’s their captivating approach to classics such as “Wade In The Water” or “Baby Don’t You Weep” (original by FRED BRIDGES), or breathtaking one-of-a-kind tunes like “Confusion, Trouble and Despair” or “Chains Of Time” that sound both exciting and elaborate, almost like a brilliant version of NICK WATERHOUSE that meets JAMES HUNTER SIX. You’ll have no choice but to fall in love with this album from the start!



THE MINGS – Can’t Win LP (SFR-109)

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Lucy Mae Had My Fill
Run Aground Stand My Ground
Nightmare Chinese Burn
I Can't Win Deadman's Hand
Rollin' & Ridin' Writing On The Wall
Ming Vs Ming

Here comes a Garage-Surf-Punk’n’Roll-trio that will blow your mind: beware of THE MINGS!! They have not just one but three secret musical weapons to offer: One is  British musical allrounder Sir Bald Diddley, who already brought to us bands like his  Rockabilly-combo “Hipbone Slim & The Kneetremblers”, “The Legs”, “The Beatseeking Missiles”, “The Kneejerk Reactions” and lately also his Fratrock/Surf/Exotica/Teensound-band “Sir Bald Diddley & The Ripcurls”. Number two is Dutchman Dead Elvis , who (with his One Man Grave) is the infamous king of onemanband zombie rock’n’roll. The third secret weapon of THE MINGS is Brazilian Marky Wildstone, mastermind behind Wildstone Productions & Records and drummer of legendary surf-combo THE DEAD ROCKS. In THE MINGS they teamed up to play some great primal Garage/Surf/Punk’n’Roll to go wild to!

Expect some raw, screaming killer-tunes out of the garage – snotty, wild and Lofi-surfy tunes that are cool, crazy and fun at the same time! If it’s catchy hit-tunes like “Had My Fill” and the title-song “I Can’t Win”, or hot instrumentals like “Ming Vs Ming” – you’ll certainly find no fillers on this album!

So get ready to enjoy this fantastic debut of transcontinental garage-rock-trio THE MINGS!!





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Too Far Speed Of Light
Bad Man Laserbrain
Last Call Before The World Bloes Up
Cesspool Strange Words
City Sun After The Money's Gone

New York City’s THE ELECTRIC MESS returns with a bang on their fifth album, „The Electric Mess V“.
Formed in 2007, the band is fueled by 60s garage, 70s punk and hard rock, psychedelia, and New Wave. They have toured throughout Europe and the States, putting on tight and electrifying live shows. Led by the chameleon-like front-woman, Esther Crow (vocals, rhythm guitar, percussion), with Oweinama Biu (keyboards, vocals), Dan Crow (guitar), Derek Davidson (bass), and Alan J. Camlet (drums, vocals), THE ELECTRIC MESS has taken their songwriting to the next level on this record, taking the listener on a melodious trip over the course of its 10 tracks, with all of their influences on display. It was recorded and mixed at Hoboken Recorders by Alan J. Camlet, and mastered by Jim

Side one opens with „Too Far,“ a fine slice of West Coast folk/psych, with layered guitars and soaring vocal harmonies, and the tough Brit-Invasion type R&B of „Bad Man,“ followed by the dark psych pop
of „Last Call,“ with its haunting choruses and break. The band adds synthesizer to the mix this time out, prominently featured on the New Wave garage punk rocker „Cesspool,“ and on „City Sun,“ the dystopian proto-punk ripper that closes side one. Side two opens with „Speed of Light,“ a space metal/punk barn burner that Hawkwind might have been proud to call their own, and the slow jam „Laserbrain,“ with acid fried guitars and swirling organs. „Before the World Blows Up“ is darker surf punk that asks a serious question for today, while „Strange Words“ is the angry love child of The Stooges and Blue Oyster Cult. The album closer, „After the Money’s Gone,“ is mellower psych-rock that darkens with time and repeat-listens and an apocalyptic outro.

„From harmony-laden hard folk to psych-pop, the ingredients of their sound lead to tracks like the Nederbeat soundalike „Last Call“ and then switch back to the punkier Johnny Thunders vibe of „Cesspool“. The band is certainly no one trick pony… If heavy psych/rock is your thang, check it out.“ (Shindig!)

„With three excellent songwriters, fierce playing, and urgent vocals, The Electric Mess are contemporary and forward looking, yet planted firmly in the great tradition of Nuggets styled garage rock.“ (Sal Maida, bassist, Sparks, Roxy Music, Cracker)



HIGH OCTANE BOYS – The Change I Need  7″ (SFR-45-053)

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The Change I Need Down On Boring Street

HIGH OCTANE BOYS are currently the top 60´s garage rock band in Norway. The group, consisting of veterans from the Norwegian surf/garage scene, started off playing a rawer kind of instrumental rock that gradually turned into a wild mix of fuzz and farfisa with fantastic vocals.

When looking at their brand-new 45 “The Change I Need”, covered in a stylish 60s-styeartwork displaying their current line-up in outlines, it immediately becomes obvious what their music is all about and where the boys draw their inspiration from – namely all these fantastic 60s Garagepunk-pioneers such as THE MUSIC MACHINE, but also organ-driven fuzzy garage-revival-bands from the 80s till now.

“The Change I Need” will absolutely take you away – what a mighty sound with a heavy fuzzguitar, wild farfisa, a strong beat and vocals! This is downright fantastic songwriting reminding one of the likes of THE SATELLITERS.

But don’t be scared, the B-side “Down On Boring Street” does not at all take you to musical Boring Street, but it does just the opposite! It is a catchy Garage-dancer with a fine beat that you’ll find yourself playing repeatedly.

“The Change I Need” by HIGH OCTANE BOYS – a highly exciting must-have 7” for any lover of garagepunk-music!



THE SMOGGERS – Lo Que Daría Yo 7″ (SFR-45-052)

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Lo Que Daría Yo Recuerdes Para Mí

Not long after the recent release of their sixth LP, the wild Spanish garagepunkcombo THE SMOGGERS present you with their latest single “Lo Que Daría Yo”. The 7” is a fantastic extra to perfectly complement the album musically. You get two fine Spanish garagepunk-tunes with a heavy dose of fuzz-guitar, screaming vocals, a crazy organ and a lot of wildness!

“Lo Que Daría Yo” is a highly addictive, honest garagepunk-song that has a lot of 80’s Garage-revival to it. And the flipside of the 45 is even wilder, starting off with a captivating fuzz-sound, which is followed by a catchy melody spiced up with hammond organ, a punkrock-harmonica and screaming vocals.

This 45 is ideal for spinning at maximum volume on your wildest garagepunkrockparties to set the dancefloor on fire!



THE MINNESOTA VOODOO MEN – Voodoo Stomp 7″ (SFR-45-051)

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Voodoo Stomp Ikimochi

THE MINNESOTA VOODOO MEN formed in 1998 in Tachikawa near Fussa, the capital of garage rock/group sound in Japan. They have since not only developed a unique and absolutely fantastic lofi-garage-surf-beat-sound but also built their infamous reputation as mindblowing live-act while touring throughout Japan as well as all over Europe displaying crazy yet stylish Japanese “Merseybeatle” Ringo, wild drummer Pete and frantic guitarist Fabian playing his guitar virtuosically while hanging upside-down from the ceiling.

After their several first releases on Japanese labels and their LPs (“s/t” and “Shake Your Mind”) and lastly their 45 (“Don’t Come Around”) on Soundflat Records, this brand new 7” “Voodoo Stomp” is their first release since 2012 and it was definitely worth the wait! The title-song “Voodoo Stomp” is an extremely catchy, cool 60’s-beat-tune while the B-side is a live-recording of “Iikimochi”, a slightly calmer ballad. Both songs have Japanese lyrics and of course they have that raw Voodoomen-sound that we all love, containing Ringo’s rough
voice, a wild guitar and a stomping beat.

Finally here it is: a new piece of hit-vinyl by our favourite Japanese Garage/Beat/Surf’n’Rolltrio!!




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Corner Of My Eye Monkey Do
Witchdoctor Blues Lakeside Drive
Storm Take The Lot
The Savage Girl You Know
Ain't Goin' Nowhere Swamped!
Goodtime Charlie Moonshine

Wailin‘ Rhythm’n’Blues ravers THE BREADMAKERS from Melbourne, Australia first formed back in 1989 and brought to us an explosive mixture of Garagerock Revival and rockin‘ Rhythm’n’Blues. Featuring members of SHUTDOWN 66, THE BO-WEEVILS and THE PURITANS, these boys have long gained cult status in the Garagepunk-scene
Now after a longer break they release their brand new LP on SOUNDFLAT RECORDS.

Starting of with the wild tune “Corner Of My Eye”, you get drawn to their catchy Garagepunk’n’Roll immediately. Expect a wild guitar, a bluesy harmonica, stomping beat, a screechy organ and some screaming vocals combined with haunting melodie Except for their version of “Ain’t Goin‘ Nowhere”, a heavy 60’s Garagefuzz-tune
originally by DANNY BURKE AND THE INVADERS and a wild finishing cover of the Aussie garage classic “Moonshine”, which is originally by THE MARKSMEN, the album contains only fantastic BREADMAKERS-originals that will capture you from beginning to end.

Amazing new hit-album by Garagerock-legends THE BREADMAKERS!



THE HIGHMARTS – Hey Boy 7″ (SFR-45-050)

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Hey Boy Tallahassee Lassie

Formed in Tokyo in 2013, three young girls are continuing the tradition of Japanese garage rock. Taking inspiration from the 60s ‘Group Sound’ through to 70s punk, THE HIGHMARTS will outdo all the boys with their primitive fuzz guitar sound.

After their sold-out first CD “Early Recordings” on Sazanami Records and their fabulous debut 7” “I Want You Bad” on Radio Underground Records, they now serve us another brilliant 7” on Soundflat Records: “Hey Boy”, that does not only look great but it certainly also sounds it!

The title-song is a HIGHMARTS-original showing off a very authentic 60s-Garage-sound with a powerful guitar, a fantastic beat and Japanese vocals with great harmonies. It just makes you want to dance instantly!

The B-side is a coverversion of the Rock’n’Roll classic “Tallahassee Lassie” (Freddy Cannon), performed in a cool 60s-garage-girl-way that only leaves you longing for more!

Make sure you get yourselves this fantastic new 7” by Japanese newcomer Garage-girl-trio THE HIGHMARTS!!



THEE CHA CHA CHA’S – Runnin‘ Out Of Time 7″ (SFR-45-049)

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Runnin' Out Of Time Cream Of The Crop
Stop Trying I Don't Believe You

THEE CHA CHA CHAS are a One-woman/One-man garagepunk-band from Melbourne, Australia that originally formed as a joke for a backyard battle of the bands in 2015… but the joke never stopped and we’re extremely glad it didn’t! This power-duo plays raw Garagebubblegum-punk with 60s roots and a high dose of wit, so they are an absolute blast to watch live! They already toured Australia and Europe and after their brilliant first single “Here Comes That Feeling” (ZENITH RECORDS) and their split-single with the BREADMAKERS
(FOLC RECORDS) the fiery two-piece now releases their next piece of vinyl on SOUNDFLAT RECORDS.

The EP includes 4 original tunes by the couple that one just has to fall in love with! The titlesong “Runnin‘ Out Of Time” is a fast, very catchy tune that is followed by a RAMONESque guitar on the second song “Stop Trying”. But the flip-side is no less powerful with the melodic “Cream Of The Crop” and the wild, very cool “I Don’t Believe You”.
This Australian duo is certainly one of a kind; whoever has seen and heard them live knows that they not only rock the stage but also have a fantastic, cool sound that makes you want more!



THE SMOGGERS – Get Stoned On Fuzz LP (SFR-106)

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Losing My Mind Radio Go
13 Women Crazy Land
Nunca Más I Wanna Love
No Reason Evelness
Nothing Is Ever Real I Know

Here comes the brand new and sixth LP by crazy Garagepunkers THE SMOGGERS – and as its title already promises, you can easily “GET STONED ON FUZZ“ while listening!

Starting off with a powerful Garagepunk-tune “Losing My Mind”, they added a brilliant coverversion of the BILL HALEY-classic “13 Women” next. With fuzzy guitars, screaming vocals by wild frontman Fernando and frantic hammond organ by the captivating Ana it more resembles the RENEGADESversion from 1966 or the FUZZTONES-version but with lots of Spanish wildness added. The heavy fuzz-guitar-sounds and sinister organ and background vocals in “Nunca Más” will absolutely blow your mind while the catchy “No Reason” will make you twist and shout along! “Nothing Is Ever Real” is a perfect Garage-dancer with a hint of dark psychedelia. If you’re not stoned on fuzz by now, better
move on to the B-side quickly as this fantastic Garagepunk-record will not let you down for a second!
You will go wild to “Radio Go” with heavy guitars and a punky attitude and happily move to “Crazy Land” with the Spanish boys and girl, being surrounded by a dark organ and manic vocals and laughs!
One hit chases the next, you find a great deal of MIRACLE WORKERS-influence in “I Wanna Love” and a hard beat, and cool harmonica in “Evelness”. Finally the dark “I Know” tops the album off nicely.

THE SMOGGERS have absolutely outdone themselves on this record with some fantastic songwriting and a perfect Garagepunk-sound that has a huge amount of power, tough attitude and a great deal
of 80s-Garage-Revival-influence in it!



THE MOONRITE – Let Me Be Your God LP (TTR-001)

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The Black Mirror               The Witch Is Back 
The Soul Transfer             House Of Glass 
Let Me Be Your God          The Black Mass (Part 1) 
The Initiation Ceremony    The Black Mass (Part 2) 

Heavily attracted by the mix of genres “gothic/pop/psychedelic”, the two brothers from Grenoble, France (including Yann Cracker from TOWERBROWN and THE GENTLEMEN’S AGREEMENTS) play dark
and groovy music, that sounds like a gloomy hippie trip interpreted with an original organ/drum line up. After their fantastic debut album, the duo further developed their sound and now serves us their
second LP “Let Me Be Your God”. Their sound has become even darker and, just like the artwork its covered in, more occult while adding synthesizer and slightly descending musically from the 60s towards the 70s and 80s. This development makes it belong a bit better to the new SOUNDFLAT RECORDS-daughter-label TOPSY-TURVY-RECORDS that is open to a broader musical field than your 60s-Garage/Beat-label SOUNDFLAT RECORDS.

While hit-songs like the title-song “Let Me Be Your God” or “The Witch Is Back” (which was previously released on 7” by TOWERBEATS RECORDS) sound a lot like the debut-album, it is especially non-vocal-songs like “The Soul Transfer” or “The Initiation Ceremony” that remind one of dark spaced-out movie-soundtracks from the mid- to late-seventies. The brothers included one fantastic cover version of “House of Glass” (originally by THE GLASS FAMILY ELECTRIC BAND) among otherwise self-composed, very powerful, dark and captivating songs.

MOONRITE have an absolutely unique sound that is so powerful, that you will find yourself wondering how on earth it can be just the two of them creating such a rich and fantastic sound! Make sure to listen to this fantastic, almost epic album that displays outstanding songwriting and music!



VLAD AND THE IMPALERS – Serfs Up! 7″ (SFR-45-048)

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Serfs Up! Sing Along With Creighton

GHOUL A GO-GO is an American TV-show based on the American tradition of the Horror Host of the 1950s and 60s á la Vampira and Zacherle. The show itself started in 2000 and ever since has not only
become a cult TV-show including a lot of musical gems (such as star appearances by HASIL ADKINS or The 5678’s), but the show also does many live-shows, hosting horror conventions, burlesque-shows and lots more.

This 7” features two brilliant songs recorded by VLAD AND THE IMPALERS – Mister Vlad Tsepis being one of the spooky hosts of the show and The Impalers, who might look and sound suspiciously
familiar when you compare them to our favourite German 60s-Garage-heroes THE SATELLITERS. You will dig the surfy sounds of the ghost guitars on the A-side “Serfs up” with spooky hammond organ,
ghoulish sounds and creepy laughs by Mister Vlad Tsepis himself!

The B-side is a sing-and-dance-along-tune featuring noises by the creepy Creighton and backing vocals by the Japanese girl-trio THE GO-DEVILS!

The fabulous cover artwork is made by Stephen Blickenstaff(, who famously did the CRAMPS cover artwork for “Bad Music For Bad People”) – to make sure this single not only sounds great but also
looks it!

This single is an absolute must-have for anyone, who likes chilling 60s-horror-films and -shows, all fans of the GHOUL A GO-GO and of course anyone who likes some good 60s-dance-tunes!



LAS ASPIRADORAS – Analgesia Sedación Delirio LP (SFR-105)

A:                               B:
Vaya Chapa Corazón Roto
Amor De Madre Ya No Haces Gracia
Es Una Pena Analgesia, Sedación, Delirio
Bien Y Mal En La Oscuridad
Me Vendo Figurante De Bingo
Mi Chica

Your favourite Spanish garagepunk-sensation LAS ASPIRADORAS serve yet another smashing LP! Their wild fuzz- and organdriven garagepunk with a lot of Spanish temper is what we know and love them for and is what you can also enjoy on their third album “Analgesia, Sedación, Delirio”.

“Mi Chica”, a Spanish, very garagey version of BUNKER HILLS “The Girl Can’t Dance”, and “Es Una Pena”, again a Spanish ASPIRADORAS-version of the 60s garage-classic “It’s A Cry’n Shame” by THE GENTLEMEN, mark the only coverversions among their own compositions. Go wild to “Vaya Chapa” with screaming vocals and a spooky organ, shout along to the title song “Analgesia, Sedación, Delirio” or dance to the wild and surfy “Figurante De Bingo”, in any case make sure to listen to this record at maximum volume as their sound is loud, punky and primitive – Spanish 60s Garage-punk at its very best!

Fantastically primitive, fuzz- and organdriven garagepunk with a wild, Spanish party atmosphere – what more can you possibly want!?