Experience the duality of classic analog rock’n’roll meets hard rock fused with electronic grooves from Indianapolis band Starve The Beast, who describe their sound as “groove, power and grit.”
Prepare yourself for an assault on your musical senses with diverse Los Angeles via Arizona quintet Remember The Monsters, who summarise their electronic heavy pop-rock sound as “fierce, energetic and catchy.”
London-based production trio Electric Tuxedo aren’t afraid to try something a little different and mix things up – with their songs ranging from indie-rock through to electronica meets dubstep.
Polish one-man-band Agyerax is about as diverse as you can get, jumping between electronica, rock and metal from song to song.
Bristol’s Cosmic Ninja have honed an intriguing fusion of rock, electronica and dance music that we can’t quite pigeonhole into a particular genre, but they summarise with the three E’s of ‘energetic, eclectic and exciting.’
London-based synth rockers Automatic Laughter have honed a deliciously catchy raw, heavy yet ambient sound that they intriguingly describe as “the polar opposite to Dad rock.”
Ease back in your chair, strap your headphones on, close your eyes and ease yourself into the synth-driven, emotively dark yet catchy world of The Nightmares. The Newport, South Wales … Continue reading Introducing: The Nightmares
In addition to an exciting alt-rock meets post-rock sound Glasgow’s Atlas : Empire have deepened the intrigue with a concept album focusing on the human race’s growing reliance on technology.
Ready for something very different? Denmark’s Deadpan are certainly that, with their 1980s-esque dark electronica vibe. Copenhagen-based Deadpan formed out of the ashes of previous project Deadpan Interference, with long-time … Continue reading Introducing: Deadpan
A chance discovery of a man selling a second-hand Korg synthesiser on a street corner has inspired the synthy rock sound of East London newcomers Midnight Embargo. Indeed, as frontman … Continue reading Introducing: Midnight Embargo
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
Never ones to be constrained to musical norms, Hampshire quartet Reventure have perfectly fused elements of electronica, rock, rap and metal to form a sound that reinvents itself from song … Continue reading Introducing: Reventure