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Alternative & Indie - Released October 11, 2019 | Rough Trade

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Their eponymous debut album set out to remind us that real rock’n’roll (real rock’n’roll) should reek of heresy and be sung by someone with a face full of make-up, glitter stuck to their sweating forehead, with dried blood on the edge of their lips and stick-thin legs clad in skin-tight leather, topped off with lots of screaming and exuberant guitars. And after doing just that, Starcrawler’s young and restless band members have brought out a second album brimming with glam’n’punk bedlam. With Devour You, the Los Angelinos revive the spirit of Joan Jett’s Runaways, Poison Ivy and Lux Interior from The Cramps, and Iggy Pop’s Stooges, carried by Arrow de Wilde’s voice. This time, the 20-year-old Ozzy Osbourne fan channels her inner Courtney Love and never restricts her music only to the 70’s. Like its predecessor, Starcrawler’s second record is hugely innovative and about as cuddly as a cactus. And the cherry on the cake is that this album conveys the same fury found in their live concerts. © Max Dembo/Qobuz
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Rock - Released September 26, 2019 | Rough Trade

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Alternative & Indie - Released January 19, 2018 | Rough Trade

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There was a time, during the last century, when rock ‘n’ roll was smelling like sulfur and was done up like a dog’s dinner: traces of glitter on shiny foreheads, dried blood on the corner of lips, spaghetti legs in leatherette slim pants and howling guitars that were exuberant as ever. From the Runaways to Joan Jett, to Lux’ and Ivy’s Cramps to the Stooges, Kiss and Alice Cooper, it’s this great glam ‘n’ punk bedlam that is resuscitated by Starcrawler. This L.A. combo carried by the very young Arrow de Wilde knows every page of the user manual of this 70s rock machine filled with all those irresistible clichés. A big fan of Ozzy, the 18 year old Californian violently grabs the chorus by the scruff of the neck of his songs to bring them alive and dominate them. We are left rinsed and exhausted after the 28 minutes of their first album which, if not for being incredibly innovative, is a true electric elixir of youth. © MZ/Qobuz
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Rock - Released August 1, 2019 | Rough Trade

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Alternative & Indie - Released January 19, 2018 | Rough Trade

There was a time, during the last century, when rock ‘n’ roll was smelling like sulfur and was done up like a dog’s dinner: traces of glitter on shiny foreheads, dried blood on the corner of lips, spaghetti legs in leatherette slim pants and howling guitars that were exuberant as ever. From the Runaways to Joan Jett, to Lux’ and Ivy’s Cramps to the Stooges, Kiss and Alice Cooper, it’s this great glam ‘n’ punk bedlam that is resuscitated by Starcrawler. This L.A. combo carried by the very young Arrow de Wilde knows every page of the user manual of this 70s rock machine filled with all those irresistible clichés. A big fan of Ozzy, the 18 year old Californian violently grabs the chorus by the scruff of the neck of his songs to bring them alive and dominate them. We are left rinsed and exhausted after the 28 minutes of their first album which, if not for being incredibly innovative, is a true electric elixir of youth. © MZ/Qobuz
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Rock - Released February 26, 2019 | Rough Trade

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Alternative & Indie - Released October 11, 2019 | Rough Trade

Their eponymous debut album set out to remind us that real rock’n’roll (real rock’n’roll) should reek of heresy and be sung by someone with a face full of make-up, glitter stuck to their sweating forehead, with dried blood on the edge of their lips and stick-thin legs clad in skin-tight leather, topped off with lots of screaming and exuberant guitars. And after doing just that, Starcrawler’s young and restless band members have brought out a second album brimming with glam’n’punk bedlam. With Devour You, the Los Angelinos revive the spirit of Joan Jett’s Runaways, Poison Ivy and Lux Interior from The Cramps, and Iggy Pop’s Stooges, carried by Arrow de Wilde’s voice. This time, the 20-year-old Ozzy Osbourne fan channels her inner Courtney Love and never restricts her music only to the 70’s. Like its predecessor, Starcrawler’s second record is hugely innovative and about as cuddly as a cactus. And the cherry on the cake is that this album conveys the same fury found in their live concerts. © Max Dembo/Qobuz
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Rock - Released April 5, 2019 | Rough Trade

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Alternative & Indie - Released May 4, 2017 | Rough Trade

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Rock - Released November 16, 2018 | Rough Trade