In more than five years of running GigRadar, we’ve never previously covered any band from Greece. But exciting Crete rock outfit Prince of Lilies are an impressive way to buck … Continue reading Introducing: Prince of Lilies
Bristol-based garage rock band PARKAS – which allegedly stands for Please, Answer, Road, Kill, Alan – offer up an infectious groove and distortion-heavy fusion of deliciously dirty rock meets indie.
South Wales band Finding Aurora offer up a grungy, engaging garage rock sound that began as a bedroom project and has retained its raw but powerful edge by keeping things simple.
There are some things in the world that need to be laughed at more often. Luckily, Chester duo Deh-Yey are here to poke fun at them for you in their deliciously fuzzy noise rock manner.
They may have the most emo band name going but Los Angeles-based band All My Friends Hate Me offer up an engaging garage rock meets garage punk style.
A new year is upon us and we’re kicking off 2020 as we mean to go on with a brand new band from Denver. The duo of We Royals only met in September and released their first song in November, which makes them the perfect band to kick the year off.
Another new country to tick off the GigRadar map this afternoon as we introduce you to Singapore garage rock trio Knightingale.
Turn it up loud and embrace the sound of garage rock for the sound of Manchester’s Hey Bulldog.
London rock trio Come At The King are bringing the British attitude and swagger to the American blues-rock and garage rock sound of the early 2000s.