|Le Soleil: Le Troisième Visage De Jon Spencer (PRESS, CANADA)||2014.10.07|
|Matt Verta-Ray – D’Andy Warhol au Rock Expressionniste New-Yorkais (BOOK, FRANCE)||2012.09.14|
|The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion / Heavy Trash / Boss Hog / Pussy Galore – Ruta 66: El Regreso de JSBX (PRESS, SPAIN)
SCAN: Spanish-language interview (8 Pages).
|Rockabilly: The Twang Heard ‘Round the World (PRESS, US)||2011.05.20|
|GTXSblog: El Sol, Madrid (SET LIST / REVIEW, SPAIN)
Spanish-language review and set list.
|Heavy Trash / Cheveu: Festival Mo’Fo, Les Mains d’Oeuvre, Saint-Ouen (PHOTOS/REVIEWS, FRANCE)
Two French-Language reviews and set of photos.
|LiveXS.nl: Jon Spencers Brede Armgebaren Bij Heavy Trash in Het Patronaat (PRESS, NETHERLANDS)
Dutch-language live review
|Popular 1: Live Review (PRESS, SPAIN)
Spanish language live review
|Ruta 66: Barcelona (PRESS, SPAIN)
Spanish language review of Heavy Trash show
|La Sala Rossa (PRESS, SPAIN)
Short live review.
|La Selection De Heavy Trash (PRESS, FRANCE)
Tracks selected by Heavy Trash.
|Rock ‘n’ Roll Times: Interview (PRESS, FRANCE)
|IndyRock.es El Tren Granada (PRESS, SPAIN)
Spanish language review.
|La Maroquinerie, Paris: Interview (PRESS, FRANCE)
“It’s like living in playtime, you know? it’s always fun, we’re like kids again, that part of your brain you use when as a child when you’re just sort of creatively playing and making things up. You’re trying to solve these minor spatial, sonic and verbal problems for yourself, you know?”
|Popular 1: Interview (PRESS, SPAIN)
Spanish language interview with Heavy Trash
|Eldorado: Serenade A Deux (PRESS, FRANCE)
SCAN: Five-page French-language article.
|Jam: Two Page Article (PRESS, ITALY)
COVER ONLY: Magazine with two-page Heavy Trash article.
|Uncut: Midnight Soul Serenade Review (PRESS, UK)
LIVE REVIEW (TEXT): “Heavy Trash are on their third album, but have too long laboured under the shadow of the parent group, the Jon Spencer Blues Explosion. That will change with Midnight Soul Serenade, a spine-tinglingly brilliant album of belching rockabilly from Spencer and his analog co-conspirato; Madder Rose’s Matt Verta-Ray.”
|Heavy Trash – Midnight Soul Serenade [Album Sampler] / Press Release (PRESS/CD, UK)
TEXT: From the brooding promise of “Good Man” to the subtle brutality of “(You’ve Got to Be) Gentle,” the outer-space terror of “Isolation,” and the lysergic balladry of “That’s What Your Love Gets,” this is the sound of two men, souls stripped bare, transmogrified.”
|Heavy Trash – il Manifesto: Crudi per Sempre [ARTICLE] (PRESS, ITALY)
HUGE SCAN: Italian language article on Heavy Trash.
|Ruta 66: Midnight Soul Serenade Review (PRESS, SPAIN)
SCAN: Spanish language review.
|Canteen: Soul Typecast [Interview] (PRESS, US)||2008.05.00|
|NME: 100 Club Review (PRESS, UK)
LIVE REVIEW (TEXT): “It’s as if Elvis Presley’s stillborn twin was cryogenically frozen and later resuscitated as Jon Spencer. So inevitably Heavy Trash’s demented rockabilly blues – equal parts Spencer (of Blues Explosion infamy) and Matt Verta-Ray (from Speedball Baby) – is very ’50s rockabilly as if it was created by MC5 and James Brown in the 1960s. The duelling guitars…”
|Heavy Trash – StayThirtsyMedia.com: Deciding The Boss of Canned Coffees: Perking Up With a Jetlagged HEAVY TRASH (PRESS, JAPAN)
|BizarreMag.com: 100 Club [Review] (PRESS, UK)
SCAN: Short review and photo
|Alarm: Cover/Feature (PRESS, US)
INTERVIEW/ARTICLE (TEXT): “Collapsed on ratty couches in their basement recording studio on the Lower East Side, Spencer and Verta-Ray are answering a few questions in their down time. They’ve ?nished with the recording and mixing of their sophomore album, Going Way Out with Heavy Trash, and are trying to ?nd time to breathe before the accompanying tour.”
|Le Blog des Critiques de Concerts: Soundstation, Leige (REVIEW / POSTER, BELGIUM)
TEXT: French-language review and poster.
|Plan B: Plan B: Down and Dirty [Going Way Out With Heavy Trash/Good Bad, Not Evil] (PRESS, UK)
SCAN: …grown-up and as attractively jaded as they may be, are still sonically down with the rough-stuff teen tension of Elvis’ ‘Baby, Let’s Play House’, the frustration that aches through the twang, boom and bang of early rock ‘n’ roll.
|PulpHope (BOOK, US)
|BluesInLondon.com: Heavy Trash [Interview] (PRESS, UK)
Interview with Matt Verta-Ray and Jon Spencer
|Spex (CD/MAGAZINE, GERMANY)
German language piece on Heavy Trash
|Rockabilly Monthly: Cover/Feature (PRESS, US)
|Drawing / Interview / Review (PRESS, FRANCE)
TEXT: French language review, interview and drawing by Matt Verta-Ray and Jon Spencer.
|Keep Cool, Stay Crunchy (FLYER, DENMARK)
SHORT BIOGRAPHY (SCAN/TEXT): Jon Spencer and Matt Verta-Ray are the NOW sound of rockabilly! Heavy Trash is the perfect soundtrack for boozy all-night throw downs, pettin’ parties and psychedelic fright shows. Mr. Spencer, of course, is the most exciting performer in rock ‘n’ roll today.
|Ottawa Sun / The Scene: Cover (PRESS, CANADA)