Finnish rockers Highway Queen have honed an engaging sound that draws on old-school and more modern influences, the fusion of which they describe as “melodic, catchy and soulful.”
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.
New York City solo artist BetyLJoos offers up a delicious dose of alternative metal with grunge and classic rock influences. The band is the work of Linda Dale, who takes on guitar and bass duties alongside the vocals, with assistance of guests on drums and some guitar duties.
When a band describes their music as “transcendent, hybrid and elevational” our interest is immediately piqued. And that was only fuelled by the intriguingly named The iBand telling us they are also aiming to become “the first all-internet super-group.”
In this scary time of global confusion, chaos and panic, music and the Internet have a vital role to play in bringing people together – even when they’re confined to their homes, as we are in the UK. Through the power of these two mediums we’re able to spread the GigRadar musical discovery compass into Turkey, with Izmir progressive metal band Dawnfall.
Combine the ferocity and intensity of metal with classic rock and classical music influences and you get the superb fusion that is Massachusetts band Audio Vex.
Arkansas quartet Drawing Blanks have honed an engaging sound that harnesses classic rock and rock’n’roll influences and themes around everything from the hypocrisy of religion to sex.
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.
Harnessing the delicious vibes of classic rock of times gone by, Sons of Levin have made an impressive entrance onto the US rock scene.
Classic rock vibes, funky indie guitars and vocals, and upbeat, catchy rockiness are present in leaps and bounds in the highly enjoyable sound of London trio The Kiddiwinks.
London rockers Revolvers bring us an intriguing modern indie rock sound that offers undertones of the 60s and 70s, which they describe as “loud, heartfelt and glorious.”
Hereford rockers KinStrife bring all that’s good about classic rock and metal and smash them together with influences of more modern rock, which they hope will break down their hometown’s … Continue reading Introducing: KinStrife