If you need a pick-me-up to get your Monday morning up and running then tune into the sound of Norwich trio WRECK, who fuse delicious fuzzy guitars with wild punky energy.
Armed with booming riffs and delicious guitar licks, unrelentingly heavy drums and engaging vocals, Polybius are a great example of the quality of the underground music scene in Liverpool.
There’s not many things that we love more than some good, fast-paced hardcore punk and that’s what we get in spades from London’s COPE, who’ve honed a sound that they aptly summarise as “heavy fucking punk.”
Merging grunge with 2000s punk is always going to be a winner in our eyes, but Essex band Paper Fight have honed a particularly exciting, energetic sound that will have skaterpunks worldwide rejoicing.
Genre-mashing experimental project Pipeline brings together an unusual fusion of metal, EDM and rap, which they tell us was spawned from guitarist Connor Wyatt’s pedal addiction. The new Brighton quartet, … Continue reading New Band of the Week: Pipeline
New Belfast band Paper Tigers have honed a thrilling alternative rock sound led by powerful vocals and delicious riffs laced with punk rock energy, which they describe as “Bitchin’ alt rock.”
Radars are on full beam as GigRadar meets RADARS! The Hull band have honed an engaging guitar-driven sound that’ll carry you to back to the indie rock heyday of the 2000s, and which they describe as “catchy, dancey and fun.”
We discovered Bristol band IMMERSE through Spotify’s Discover Weekly playlist and we think you’re going to love them too.
Exciting York rockers FOXHAUNT tow the line nicely between melodic rock and hard-hitting metal in an engaging sound that they described in three words “hooks, mosh and groove.”
Like a fine red wine, Bristol’s BEGGAR have gotten better with age to become an exciting addition to the UK’s impressive metal scene, thanks largely to the addition of a Frenchman.
Strap yourself in for an epic start to your week courtesy of heavy progressive rock band LUTE. The Manchester quartet tell us that their epic cinematic sound is almost like listening to a film soundtrack and joke “maybe we’ll write a musical one day!”
Welsh rockers The Routines offer up a highly relatable brand of indie rock influenced by the tediousness of full-time menial work and enjoyable social observations.