Wearing the t-shirt of your favourite band doesn’t only make you look super cool, it can also lead to exciting opportunities by meeting fellow metal lovers.
Dublin newcomers Brake Loose offer up a dirty, mischievous rock’n’roll sound that’s packed with energy and features a unique blend of spoken word vocals.
Gallivant have conjured up the kind of face-melting riff-led rock that’s so good it should carry a warning to strap in tight before embarking on the musical journey.
Seattle’s Dirty Rugs are on a mission to bring back the raw rock sound of the 90s and, from what we’ve heard thus far, they’re making a damn fine job of it.
Bearded blues-rock brothers Phil and Tom Goodwin were destined for musical excellence from a young age.
If you’re on the lookout for a band that’s catchy as hell with “ridiculous” guitar solos thrown in for the hell of it then Nottingham newcomers Silkrats will be just the ticket.
London’s Superfecta are a hard rock band that pride themselves on doing things a little differently. They’ve honed an infectious sound that fleets between dirty grunge and hard-hitting metal, all fused … Continue reading Introducing: Superfecta
The annual day of celebration for the UK’s rich array of independent music stores is almost upon us. With Record Store Day UK (RSD) little over a month away, its … Continue reading Record Store Day UK announces limited edition releases available on 21 April
Not content with releasing a debut EP that crosses multiple musical boundaries, from deep, haunting ballads to more upbeat pop-punk infused rock, Crawley-based Adalia is also intent on offering a … Continue reading Introducing: Adalia
We’ve met a fair few bands from Italy in the last few months, but none (be it Italian or not, for that matter) are quite like Milanese rockers Rougenoire. The … Continue reading Introducing: Rougenoire
When Cambridgeshire rockers Hollowstar describe their sound to us as “a modern take on classic rock,” our interest is immediately peaked. The quartet of brothers Joe (vocals and bass) and … Continue reading New Band of the Week: Hollowstar
Devon rockers The Blend believe they are the catalyst for a well overdue change in the music industry. It’s safe to say the band, who proclaim themselves “the best band … Continue reading Introducing: Self-proclaimed best band in the world, The Blend