Manchester trio The Ashley Sherlock Band offer up a modern take on the blues and country songwriting styles of the American Deep South, with plenty of classic rock dynamics and delicious guitar solos for good measure.
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.”
London-based synth rockers Automatic Laughter have honed a deliciously catchy raw, heavy yet ambient sound that they intriguingly describe as “the polar opposite to Dad rock.”
Expect plenty of energetic riffiness in the straight-up rock’n’roll sound of Irish garage rockers Collides.
A background in music theory has fuelled the intriguing, unconventional and truly exciting sound of Leeds rockers Edited People. The quartet of Alisha Vickers (vocals), Josh Ellinor (guitar), Thomas Whitaker (bass) and Laura … Continue reading Introducing: Edited People
I love a band name that involves wolves, mainly from the time me and a few pals (admittedly drunkenly) came up with the pipedream of a band called We Were … Continue reading Introducing: Man Shaped Wolf
Lots of bands go out on European tours, but you don’t hear of too many that travel Europe for two months busking. But that’s exactly what Leicester duo Timmas will … Continue reading Introducing: Timmas and a European tour with a difference