Friday, May 22, 2009


North Carolina's WRETCHED came up with a video that is so heinous, gory and unsettling that it would make Lucio Fulci and Eli Roth cry themselves to sleep. With Director Scott Hansen at the helm, WRETCHED's A Preservation of Immortality has proudly claimed the title of "The Bloodiest Music Video Ever." After 72 hours of cleaning off fake blood and guts and spending days locked inside an editing room, WRETCHED is proud to unleash this horrific accomplishment at last. This video is not for the weak-stomached or the faint of heart, but if you are up to the challenge it can now be viewed at The Bloodiest Music Video Ever Watch now, if you dare, and be repulsed by the Bloodiest Music Video Ever!

Friday, May 15, 2009

Shakin' All Over

And from one of our latest favourites...

Eilen Jewell's “Sea of Tears seems sparked by a crush, a new old-soulmate called early rock 'n' roll... This is a must for anyone that’s every mooned over a sensitive folkie.

Have a look at the new video for the single "Shakin' All Over"

Thursday, May 14, 2009

The Horrors

Check out the video for Who Can Say by the Horrors. And afterwards do yourself a favour and buy their fantastic new album 'Primary Colours'.

Monday, May 11, 2009

Tourettes Dances To Misery on 2nd album

Watch Tourettes, aka Dominic Hoey chat to Nightlines David Farrier at Bodyshots, a successful Auckland business built on transforming average women into sensuous bombshells Here

Did anyone else read Tourettes' interview in the latest Real Groove!?

Tuesday, May 5, 2009

OK, it's not music. But it IS topical!

Never let it be said that we at RMHQ don't care for our reading public! We've just been alerted to a rather sobering piece of news which we thought we should pass on.

And if it isn't true, hell, it sure deserves to be.

Monday, May 4, 2009

Friday, May 1, 2009

Stonephace PODCAST from Tru Thoughts

Check out the brand new Tru Thoughts podcast, a psychedelic journey through the epic debut album from Stonephace. That name may be unfamiliar, but how about these names: Larry Stabbins from Working Week & Adrian Utley from Portishead?

These gents are behind the Stonephace project & whether you're a forward-thinking jazz cat or an old school head, we reckon this album will tickle yer tastebuds.

The Ode Blog

Man, this blogging thing is great. We should have got onto it years ago!
Check out this Ode lovin' blog we found from across the ditch...