International duo Scratch are on the verge of releasing their debut album despite their two members living as far apart as physically possible.
They may describe themselves as ‘alternative rock’ but Bury quartet Novustory embody the hard-hitting power and sass of their heavier rock and metal counterparts.
Having started his musical career in several metal bands, the recording process fuelled Timmy Nawman’s passion for recording his own more punky, pop-punk, alternative rock flavoured brand of music.
A mixture of British and American band members as well as crossing the boundaries of alternative rock, hard rock and metal makes Chicago-based Queen’s Teeth an intriguing proposition.
We’ve featured a few pretty young bands over the last few years but Tennessee band Indigo Zebras have to be the youngest, given their lead singer is just 14-years-old.
Fusing together big heavy riffs with elements of EDM, hip-hop and punk sounds pretty bonkers, and it’s these eclectic combinations that have led Austin, Texas band Eye Said So to label their sound as “schizo-pop.”
Aberdeen rockers Casper Heyzeus bring an element of comedy and novelty to their brand of 80s sounding synth-fused rock.
Our first featured artist on Discover This is Las Vegas-based one-man band project Solo Silent.
Combining atmospheric post-punk with catchy alternative rock instrumentals and vocals, Sheffield’s FEARS. are an intriguing proposition.
Manchester newcomers House of Wolvxs have honed a catchy alternative rock sound that fuses beautifully cathartic vocals with big riffs and delicious melodies.
Herefordshire newcomers Foxbite have combined elements of emo, pop-punk and alternative rock to form a hard-hitting but engaging fresh sound, which they describe as “sad, loud and shiny.”
Scotland has a great track record for producing alternative-rock bands and Glasgow’s Banshee continue this tradition with their high energy, catchy riffs and engaging, powerful vocals. The quartet of Erin … Continue reading Introducing: Banshee