We’ve featured a couple of ‘Internet bands’ in the past, but Beyond The Badlands is definitely one of the most interesting. The band was founded in January by guitarist and songwriter Cuda Smith, who’s currently stationed in Germany and spends six months of the year deployed with the military which leaves him another six months to hone his brand of southern rock.
Brighton band Demure are using a foundation of classic rock and building a wide range of musical influences on top of it, from funk and blues to psychedelia, reggae and even hip-hop. The result is an intoxicating fusion of delicious riffs, catchy vocals, funky instrumentals and plenty of musical diversity.
Inject some funky blues-infused pure rock’n’roll into your life with the delicious guitar-led sound of Detroit-born band Motor Gypsy.
Get a healthy dose of good old blues-fuelled rock’n’roll and a good fix of delicious noodling guitars with Huntsville, Alabama, quartet Black Market Salesmen.
Right in the heart of Ohio, buddies Brady Lee Burkett (vocals and guitar) and Ryan Shaffer (guitar) have been honing home-recorded music for more than two decades.
Manchester trio The Ashley Sherlock Band offer up a modern take on the blues and country songwriting styles of the American Deep South, with plenty of classic rock dynamics and delicious guitar solos for good measure.
With a nod to classic rock of days gone by and recording in their drummer’s studio deep in the countryside well away from the rest of society, Circus Electric (who we think are from Germany) have honed a deliciously cool bluesy rock sound.
Raucous rock’n’roll fused from musical educations in funk, punk, grunge and the blues means there’s plenty to get excited about with the engaging, high energy sound of Los Angeles rockers Peyote Radio.
Cambridge six-piece Sweet Crisis have honed a delicious mixture of blues and rock’n’roll inspired by classic rock records they ‘borrowed’ from their dads.
Something a little different to our norm today, as we introduce you to the raucously rambunctious fusion of rockabilly, ‘trash-gyspy’ rock and booze blues – aka Gypsybilly Rock Blues – … Continue reading Introducing: Evil Edna
London rock trio Come At The King are bringing the British attitude and swagger to the American blues-rock and garage rock sound of the early 2000s.
If you’re on the lookout for a new riff-heavy rock band to rock your world then Manchester band We Three Kings could be just the ticket.