Genre-mashing experimental project Pipeline brings together an unusual fusion of metal, EDM and rap, which they tell us was spawned from guitarist Connor Wyatt’s pedal addiction. The new Brighton quartet, … Continue reading New Band of the Week: Pipeline
Brighton newcomers Thrillhouse have honed an intriguing sound that fuses synths, indie feel-good vibes and funky rock undertones.
With their debut EP ready to keep our ears warmly entertained, it’s finally time to give what we believe is Britain’s most exciting new rock band the love they deserve.
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
Earlier this week I found myself having a little nostalgic moment listening to the awesome dirty rock-meets-electro sound of Primal Scream’s XTRMNTR album. Coincidentally, later that day I came across … Continue reading Introducing: (IAM)WARFACE
Brighton trio Peace In Protest have formed a funky rock sound that, in their words, is “about as heavy as indie gets without being indie” but that phrase doesn’t quite … Continue reading Introducing: Peace In Protest
Brighton rockers Oceans, our former New Band of the Week, are back with another banger of a track ahead of the release of a new EP next week. The quintet … Continue reading Single Review: Oceans reveal ‘Skin’ ahead of EP launch next week
We’re particularly excited about introducing to this band, as it’s one we’ve been wanting to write about since first discovering them play a particularly engaging gig a few months ago. … Continue reading Introducing: The Rocket Dolls
The phrase “It’s a bit heavier than most of our previous stuff” is linguistic music to our ears here at GigRadar Towers. Which leads us perfectly onto Brighton indie rockers … Continue reading Introducing: Dove House
Pole dancer to lead singer in a band isn’t necessarily the most natural career path, but it has provided a great source of remedy and inspiration for Brighton-based Natalie Indya West, … Continue reading Introducing: Indya
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
A few months back we introduced you to a former New Band of the Week in exciting Brighton-based alternative meets post-hardcore band Oceans, and the guys are back with a … Continue reading Oceans release new single ‘Dopamine’