New Cheltenham-based rockers Neptune Rain have refused to allow these strange times to restrict their creativity and have used it as an opportunity to grow their audience.
When Boston-based band Dionysia tell us their intriguing indie-rock sound is built on a base of “candid chaos and unfiltered honesty” we were immediately hooked.
Manchester newcomers House of Wolvxs have honed a catchy alternative rock sound that fuses beautifully cathartic vocals with big riffs and delicious melodies.
“Powerful, beautiful noise” is how brothers Matt and Alex Georgiou summarise the sound of Birmingham rockers Bear Witness.
Manchester’s Kaiber Koi are far from your run-of-the-mill progressive metal band, promising an ethos of ‘breaking down the boundaries that lie between the generic and oversaturated.’
Leeds rockers Late Night Legacy have been described as ‘the best rock band to come out of Yorkshire in years,’ so of course we had to find out what all … Continue reading Introducing: Late Night Legacy
Brighton rockers Oceans, our former New Band of the Week, are back with another banger of a track ahead of the release of a new EP next week. The quintet … Continue reading Single Review: Oceans reveal ‘Skin’ ahead of EP launch next week
The words ‘Vans Warped Tour’ will be forever sacred to emo, punk and rock fans of a certain age. Some of the most popular bands of our generation and formative … Continue reading End of an era: Vans Warped Tour announces 2018 will be its last cross-country tour
South West rockers Hypophora are a refreshing throwback to intricate guitar music of the 90s, fusing funky guitar riffs with hard-hitting catchy choruses led by the powerful, anthemic vocals of … Continue reading Introducing: Hypophora
A few months back we introduced you to a former New Band of the Week in exciting Brighton-based alternative meets post-hardcore band Oceans, and the guys are back with a … Continue reading Oceans release new single ‘Dopamine’
Having listened to White Noise Radio for little more than a minute I knew we were onto something special. The Bristolian quartet have honed a particularly Incubus-like sound with deceptively … Continue reading Introducing: White Noise Radio
It might be most music writers’ worst nightmare when a band comes along that makes it impossible for them to pinpoint to one genre, but Brighton’s Oceans are set to become that … Continue reading New Band of the Week: Oceans