Los Angeles singer-songwriter Eric Lewis has honed a ruggedly catchy rock sound that follows the simple, tried and tested method of engaging vocals, lively guitars and lots of big drums.
Hooky rock with the delicious catchiness of pop-punk means that young Montgomery County, Texas, trio JunkBunny are a force to be reckoned with.
The rocky yet punky feel of Seattle band The Finger Guns has seen the trio conjure up their very own musical genre of “punk’n’roll.”
International duo Scratch are on the verge of releasing their debut album despite their two members living as far apart as physically possible.
Having already become a YouTube drumming sensation, 15-year-old multi-instrumentalist Mia Morris is impressively going it alone with her solo rock career.
Amid a Danish music scene dominated by pop music comes a bright new hope in the form of exciting emerging grunge rock quartet Some Kind Of Liberty.
We’ve met a couple of great new bands from New Zealand recently, but they’re being a serious run for their money by awesome Auckland rockers Dead Favours.
We’ve got a brand new band for you to discover today in the form of Washington D.C.-based Kindergarten Dropouts.
If you like your rock grungey and laden with dirty fuzzy guitars then you are in exactly the right place with London trio Neverlanded.
In almost three years of running this blog, we’ve yet to discover a single band that hails from the gambling capital that is Las Vegas. But today that all changes with Louder Than Words, a band that oozes the raw emotion of classic pop-punk.
The raucous, energetic sound of Southampton rockers Valensole is one that we firmly believe makes them one of the most exciting new rock bands we’ve encountered recently.
Our first foray into Sacramento, in California, sees us unearth the delicious sound of Keys and Vices, who describe their music as “dynamic, vulnerable, and powerful.”