With the entire world on lockdown amid unprecedented times, we thought we’d try to do our bit to bring some entertainment to your lives. With that in mind, we have a brand new podcast filled with new music from a whole host of exciting new bands.
Exciting York rockers FOXHAUNT tow the line nicely between melodic rock and hard-hitting metal in an engaging sound that they described in three words “hooks, mosh and groove.”
Emerging London band Solar Strides offer up a fun and punchy brand of 60s blues-infused alternative rock with tinges of indie.
Like a fine red wine, Bristol’s BEGGAR have gotten better with age to become an exciting addition to the UK’s impressive metal scene, thanks largely to the addition of a Frenchman.
Strap yourself in for an epic start to your week courtesy of heavy progressive rock band LUTE. The Manchester quartet tell us that their epic cinematic sound is almost like listening to a film soundtrack and joke “maybe we’ll write a musical one day!”
Welsh rockers The Routines offer up a highly relatable brand of indie rock influenced by the tediousness of full-time menial work and enjoyable social observations.
We love a good heavy rock two-piece and in Scottish duo Alkanes we present exactly that. The Inverness band fuse heavy riffing and big catchy vocals in a seriously engaging sound that they describe as “raw, energetic and intense.”
The thrilling sound of Chiasmata walks the tightrope between atmospheric and cinematic metal and the complexity of modern technical metal, and the result is pretty special.
This week’s New Band of the Week is a little unusual given that we’d already featured the band after they’d changed their name and now they’ve changed their name back to the old name.
Newcastle newcomers No Time For Reason have honed a lively, hooky melodic punk-laced rock sound that reflects their pop, rock and EDM influences. The band started out one year ago, … Continue reading New Band of the Week: No Time For Reason
Get your fix of infectiously catchy singalong rock with Newcastle and Sheffield-based newcomers Ten Eighty Trees.
Suffolk quartet Back To The Point describe their sound as taking 90s pop-punk and dropping it into the modern music world. It offers nostalgia to those of us who grew up with the classic punk bands accompanied by an element of something new.