Leicester trio Switchdown offer up a fun and bouncy punk-infused alternative rock sound that’s big on energy and feisty riffs.
Leicester trio Dark Bloom offer up a groovy, riff-heavy rock sound that, in their words, “makes you want to dance, cry and leave little to the imagination.”
We recently introduced you to young Birmingham rock solo artist Charlie Georgio, who is one of many products of the HQ Recording Studio and HQ Familia record label. We invited the HQ guys to write a guest blog explaining their mission, what they’ve achieved and some of the inspirational stories behind some of the artists they’ve been working with.
Fusing epic progressive rock with grunge and metal undertones is always going to be a winner in our book, and that’s exactly what we get in abundance with the delicious sound of Leicester trio Final Coil.
Fire up your time machine and roll it back 20 years or so because we’re taking you on a ride to the good old days of Britpop with Leicester quartet … Continue reading New Band of the Week: Escapade
One of my favourite memories from a year of studying in Leicester was regularly serving Kasabian frontman Serge Pizzorno while working in the city’s O’Neills bar – to the point … Continue reading New Band of the Week: The Lids
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
The term singer/songwriter is often one that’s typecast into a certain style, but Leicester-based Dan Wright is on a mission to rewrite the term with his hooky blend of what he has termed … Continue reading Introducing: Dan Wright
If you like fast and frenetic punk fused with heavy guitar riffs and screamed vocals, then Leicester-based The Surrealists are just the ticket. The self-proclaimed ‘quartet of noise’ have just released new EP Terrortoma, … Continue reading EP Review: The Surrealists – Terrortoma