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Die Boogie Banausen

These rock’n’roll prodigies are the hottest three-piece to burst out of Germany. Now they’re taking on the world, one dancefloor at a time
It’s easy to feel optimistic about the future of music when watching teen rock’n’rollers Die Boogie Banausen

Die Boogie Banausen are the fast-rising teenage rock’n’roll sensation from Germany. Well, two-thirds of them are teenagers anyway. Saxophonist Lorenz Knauft is 16, pianist/ vocalist Dennis Taubner is 18, while drummer Michael Seyfarth is the veteran of the trio. “Michael is 19-plus, so he’s still a teen too,” laughs Lorenz, who was introduced to the rockin’ scene through his dad’s love of vintage cars. Signed to the label run by The Firebirds, Die Boogie Banausen released their debut album, Don’t Talk Around, this year and they’ve been rocking dancefloors from the Summer Jamboree to the Rhythm Riot and Viva Las Vegas.

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In this issue of Vintage Rock we reveal our definitive Top 100 Rockabilly Tracks from classics of the genre through to lesser-known gems in the catalogue. With Halloween upon us, this issue we brush aside the cobwebs to step inside the spooky world of ghoul-rock pioneer Screamin' Jay Hawkins, and David West navigates his way through the zombie-loving ranks of Psychobilly with the help of The Sharks' frontman Alan Wilson and Dutch psychobilly giants Batmobile. 60 years on from it's release, Randy Fox investigates this month's classic album, Bo Diddley's big-selling second offering Go Bo Diddley, we hear from 21st century roots rockers The Delta Bombers who discuss their new material, and David Burke looks into the fascinating story of Hank Ballard, the rhythm and blues mastermind behind The Twist. Much more inside too, including the Jive Aces' Summertime Swing live, news – including an upcoming Netflix animation with Elvis cast as a spy, and all of the latest music reviewed! Enjoy the issue!