Weekly Schedule (CET)

12’ Bar Ramblin’ #49 ‘Punk-Blues’ with Stefan Matussek

28 July 2020
  • Blues
  • Punk Rock
  • Noise Rock
  • Laid-Back
  • Chaotic
  • Melancholy
  • Soulful
  • Gritty

The fusion of blues music and punk rock was introduced sometime in the late 70s/ early 80s. Its roots lie in the influence of blues music on bands that in turn influenced the punk movement prior to its inception, such as MC5, The Stooges, the Who, Captain Sonics and Captain Beefheart. Punk Blues bands draw heavily on these sounds as well as on elements of 60s garage rock and blues rock. Throughout the decades Punk Blues has undergone many sonic evolutions and by now it encompasses a relatively wide musical spectrum, that is held together by its core elements: punk rock and blues music.  

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Swampland - The Scientists
Preaching the Blues - The Gun Club
6" Gold Blade - The Birthday Party
You're Gonna Change - The Screaming Blue Messiahs
Two Wings Mambo - Gallon Drunk
Slop Jar Blues - '68 Comeback
Sweat - The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion
Hard Time Blues - Laughing Hyenas
Car With the Star - Andre Williams
Do the Milkshake - Oblivians
Baby Doll - Oxbow
Greyhound - The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion
Them Eyes - The Black Keys
Little Bird - The White Stripes
Bad Seed - Brimstone Howl
Get It! - Reigning Sound
The Damned Don't Cry - Immortal Lee County Killers
Victory Song - Scott H. Biram
Radiation Blues - Dax Riggs
I Want You - Sir Rod & The Blues Doctors
Sirrocco Blues - Max Coniglio & Tom Walbank
Lula - Bert Deivert