LIMOZINE - Full Service Out Now!
Limozine are a Rock 'n' Roll band from London inspired by The Cramps, The Stooges and The Ramones.
Their third album 'Full Service' is Out Now on Beat Atlas Records.
Limozine were first picked up by BBC6 Music's Tom Robinson who regularly features the band on his Fresh on the Net show; their last two singles 'Twenty Greatest Hits' and 'Deep Fried Love' both received multiple plays on his radio shows.
Their second single, 'You Da Boss', received multiple plays by Gideon Coe on BBC6 Music, was supported by Total Rock Radio who added it to their 'A'
playlist and the station also invited the band for interview and acoustic session.
"You Da Boss" also featured on the 'Classic Rock Jukebox' in Classic Rock magazine.
In 2011 Limozine re-recorded their fourth single 'Siamese Twins' with top New York artist Ted Riederer, for his critically acclaimed multi media project Never Records and played live on the roof top of IPC Media as part of the Merge Festival.
BFBS Rocks called Limozine's 'Twenty Greatest Hits' "one of the best singles of 2011".
Limozine have released two albums both to rave reviews - Car Crash Casino in 2007 and Evil Love in 2010.
"Primitive to the point of retardation, but in a good way" - Classic Rock
"Spritual descendants of The Cramps, Stooges and Ramones" - Tom Robinson BBC6
"What a storming single they gave us in Twenty Greatest Hits" Paul Wisdom BFBS Rocks
"Grimy garage punk with a stomping glammed up chorus" Tasty Fanzine
"Low down, dirty, scuzzy rock 'n' roll" - Altsounds
"Booze-filled vocals screaming about life, chicks and kicks" - The Music Fix
"Everything that's sooooo beautifully bad about rock n roll trash" - Unpeeled
"About as dumb as Rock 'n' Roll gets" - Artrocker
"Fast and Furious...ten blistering tracks in just over twenty-six minutes" - Loud Horizon
"My favourite band of the last year" - Paul B Edwards, Punky Radio