When a brand new band is working with the colossus of metal production that is Ross Robinson, you have to expect they have something about them. And that’s exactly the case with intriguing Los Angeles-based newcomers Repenter.
Things are about to get a bit Freaky this Friday with the launch of Liverpool scrunge masters Mr Ted’s debut album El Dirty Sexy.
What better way to welcome in the weekend than upbeat, feel-good, happy-go-lucky pop-punk? And that’s exactly what we get from Baltimore-based quartet Kings of the Wild Things. Inspired by all … Continue reading Discover This: Kings of the Wild Things
When Djunah frontwoman Donna Diane tells us she simultaneously plays both the guitar and bass, as well as singing, we presumed she was joking. But it turns out to be absolutely 100% true.
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.
Raucous rock’n’roll fused from musical educations in funk, punk, grunge and the blues means there’s plenty to get excited about with the engaging, high energy sound of Los Angeles rockers Peyote Radio.
Born out of being ‘forced’ together by their school headmaster, Dutch band TAPE TOY have come a long way in the last two years.
Energetic post-rock and space grunge meets more trippy psychedelic influences in the intoxicating sound of Wigan’s Deepshade, who promise “a genuinely sonic experience that delivers something fresh to the British music scene.”
If you like your rock grungey and laden with dirty fuzzy guitars then you are in exactly the right place with London trio Neverlanded.
With Liverpool having been crowned Kings of Europe on Saturday, we thought we’d celebrate with an exciting new band from the Merseyside area. Mr Ted is the latest in a series of intriguing bands from the Liverpool area, the so-called “rise of Scrunge” that they relate to the Seattle grunge uprising of the 19080s and 90s.
Blackpool noise makers Dü Pig would like you to think they’re a pretentious lot, when in reality “We sound like The Chipmunks fronting Black Sabbath. Or a grunge Steps.”
From just about the most south-eastern town in England comes an engaging punky grungey sound that could easily have dropped out of the US west coast in the early 1990s. … Continue reading New Band of the Week: Mr Wu’s Pigs