We’re well and truly hooked on the warm, engaging punk meets emo and indie rock sound of Pittsburgh newcomers Old Neon.
Radars are on full beam as GigRadar meets RADARS! The Hull band have honed an engaging guitar-driven sound that’ll carry you to back to the indie rock heyday of the 2000s, and which they describe as “catchy, dancey and fun.”
Buffalo, NY, band West Ferry have honed an intriguing sound that flits between upbeat punk and more laid-back emotional indie.
British singer-songwriter Steph Sweet freely admits she’s a “refined taste” but it’s difficult to not be intrigued by her feisty, often contentious approach to pyschy acoustic indie-rock meets punk brand of music.
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.
Built on a synth-rock foundation, Finnish band Skinjobs offer up a fascinating combination of dark and brooding indie goodness that they describe as “dark and mischievous, light and earnest.”
We’re dropping the pace down a little from our usual focus today to bring you the delicious sound of California band Echo Hill.
If you’ve had a heavy weekend and need a little calming music to soothe your head after a long Monday at work, then the laid-back sound of Honeywords will be the perfect tonic.
A tasty helping of punk-fused indie and a sprinkling of new wave are the ingredients behind the engaging sound of London’s Slender Pins.
Camden dwelling quartet The Garage Flowers epitomise everything you expect from the north London region, honing a sound they describe to us as “dirty sweet glamorous indie rock’n’roll of the … Continue reading Introducing: The Garage Flowers
Today is an exciting day as, in two years of running GigRadar, I had yet to interview any band that included someone with the surname as me. But now the … Continue reading Introducing: Tiger Mimic
Brighton trio Peace In Protest have formed a funky rock sound that, in their words, is “about as heavy as indie gets without being indie” but that phrase doesn’t quite … Continue reading Introducing: Peace In Protest