Introducing: Neverlanded

If you like your rock grungey and laden with dirty fuzzy guitars then you are in exactly the right place with London trio Neverlanded.

Banshee

Introducing: Banshee

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

Automatic Laughter

Introducing: Automatic Laughter

London-based synth rockers Automatic Laughter have honed a deliciously catchy raw, heavy yet ambient sound that they intriguingly describe as “the polar opposite to Dad rock.”

New Band of the Week: The Hideaways

Bristol rockers The Hideaways have honed a raucously engaging sound that puts them right up there with the most exciting new bands we’ve met over the last couple of years. The … Continue reading New Band of the Week: The Hideaways

New Band of the Week: Forgotten Sons

A couple of weeks ago we brought you a taste of the exciting indie rock with a Scottish twang sound of Scottish quartet Forgotten Sons. The four-piece of Birdy Burgess … Continue reading New Band of the Week: Forgotten Sons

Introducing: Stand Alone

Bradford rock trio Stand Alone have that magic ability to create hard-hitting songs that pack a punch yet are also deliciously melodic – a knack they’ve termed as “three-piece power.” The … Continue reading Introducing: Stand Alone

Introducing: Hey Gigantic

South London rockers Hey Gigantic are a great example of making music for the fun of jamming with your mates. Their catchy alternative rock sound harnesses their love for contrasting … Continue reading Introducing: Hey Gigantic

New Band of the Week: Operation Kino

The intrigue of Brighton-based newcomers¬†Operation Kino¬†(OP:K) isn’t just sharing a band name with a plot to kill Adolf Hitler and other high-ranking Nazis, on which the Tarantino film Inglorious Basterds … Continue reading New Band of the Week: Operation Kino