Emerging London band Solar Strides offer up a fun and punchy brand of 60s blues-infused alternative rock with tinges of indie.
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.
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.
Bearded blues-rock brothers Phil and Tom Goodwin were destined for musical excellence from a young age.
“P!nk is completely badass and stands up fully for what she believes in and she doesn’t care an inch what anybody thinks of her,” says Flawless Carbon’s frontwoman, Lauren Diamond. … Continue reading Introducing: Flawless Carbon
They may only be two in number but London bluesy rock duo LEONTAS reveal they “sound like five, sweat like ten and sing from the heart” in their mission to … Continue reading Introducing: LEONTAS
Every Monday morning my office receives a basket colourfully filled with a mass of all kinds of tasty fruit, from strawberries, oranges and grapes through to plums and lychees. Embodying that … Continue reading Introducing: Just Like Fruit
My first introduction to London rockers AT THE SUN was their self-description of ‘no bullshit, no gimmicks, just straight up rock & roll,’ which instantly had my interest peaked. The … Continue reading Introducing: AT THE SUN
The term singer/songwriter is often one that’s typecast into a certain style, but Leicester-based Dan Wright is on a mission to rewrite the term with his hooky blend of what he has termed … Continue reading Introducing: Dan Wright
Last night I witnessed a very special gig, including a band that wowed the audience with their very first gig ever. I went along to see Stoke-on-Trent rockers Alter Eden a few … Continue reading Gig Review: Alter Eden, Tactful Kactus, C.O.M.P.A.S.S and Jay Von Cassidy at The Fiddler’s Elbow